UNICEF vaccinates over a third of the world’s children. But there is no vaccine for violence. And there never will be. Watch and share this short film.Read this story
Doreen Lawrence introduces Unicef UK's new Children in Danger report and calls for an end to violence against children.
UNICEF vaccinates over a third of the world’s children. But there is no vaccine for violence. And there never will be. Watch and share this short film.
Millions of children are in danger from violence, disease, hunger, and the chaos of war and disaster. This has to end. That’s why we've launched our new campaign. Read more about it.
Children like Gabriela, 13, are facing an epidemic of violence. Join our call to end violence against children for good.
Three United Nations human rights experts today called for a concerted global response to fight human trafficking worldwide.
Unicef Goodwill Ambassador David Beckham is lending his support to our fight against Ebola through a video message to be broadcast across Sierra Leone – one of the worst-affected countries.
In the towns and villages hit by the virus, life will never be the same for thousands of children.
Unicef UK highlights how unrestricted donations such as gifts from Global Guardian supporters are used to give children an identity in Angola.
Jemima Khan has started a new morning selfie trend called #WakeUpCall, in support of Unicef's work for children in Syria. Post your selfie and help!
West Africa is currently fighting the largest Ebola outbreak in history. What does it take to fight the deadly disease?