Schools from across the country took part in OutRight - a week of activities celebrating and promoting children's rights - as part of the 26th anniversary of the UNCRC. Find out what they've been up to.Read this story
Schools from across the country took part in OutRight - a week of activities celebrating and promoting children's rights - as part of the 26th anniversary of the UNCRC. Find out what they've been up to.
Eleven-year-old Jade tell us why she went to Geneva with other children to discuss the UK's child rights record with the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child.
Today marks the 26th anniversary of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. Find out why the Child Rights Convention is so unique.
Children and young people learn about their rights with Unicef UK at the annual London Southbank WHY? festival, celebrating children's rights.
Children and young people in Unicef UK Rights Respecting Schools (RRSA) learn about the new Global Goals with the World's Largest Lesson.
Secretary of State for Education Nicky Morgan presents the Unicef UK Rights Respecting Schools Award to proud children at Holywell Primary.
Six young delegates from the UK travelled to Berlin to participate in the J7 Youth Summit. Find out about their trip and their meeting with Angela Merkel.
Rights Respecting Schools Programme Director Frances Bestley shares some key learning from Unicef’s Child Rights Education workshop held in Stockholm in April.
Children are facing an epidemic of violence around the world - but by joining our end violence campaign with your school, you can help us end this.
The Global Learning Programme (GLP) is a UK-wide initiative that supports schools to develop their teaching of global issues. Joining the Global Learning Programme is free and can also help schools in their Rights Respecting work.