World Water Week: Yoka Brandt, Unicef Deputy Executive Director, explains why access to safe water is a fundamental right for children around the world.Read this story
Children displaced by conflict in their home countries are making long and dangerous journeys across Europe, Unicef's Aleksandar Lazovski writes.
Unicef has launched an exciting new partnership with Persil, helping 10 million children gain access to a quality education.
Ebola crisis: The story of a family separated by the latest Ebola outbreak.
Watch: Unicef UK Ambassador Eddie Izzard on the harsh realities that refugee children and their families face on their journey from their homes in Yemen to the refugee camp in Djibouti.
World Water Week: Yoka Brandt, Unicef Deputy Executive Director, explains why access to safe water is a fundamental right for children around the world.
Sexual violence against women, girls and boys in conflicts is not new, and we must no longer think of it in any way as normal, writes Unicef Executive Director, Anthony Lake.
Find out what the Leicester Regional Fundraising group have been up to and how you can get involved to help children in danger.
This World Humanitarian Day, we speak to some of our humanitarian staff from around the world about what they do from day to day, and what being a humanitarian worker means to them.
Young Unicef fundraiser climbs Mount Snowdon: “I can say I am a mountain climber who helps other children”
We've been really inspired by young fundraiser, Sam, who has climbed Mount Snowdon and raised vital funds for children in danger around the world.
Naziya’s Building Young Futures training has put her on course to complete an apprenticeship, which will help her to learn more as well as increase her income and savings.