Staff and students at Parliament Hill School host their first ever Rights Respecting Schools conference in Camden, London.Read this story
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.
We recently received a letter from nine-year-old supporter Heather, who'd written this poem for Syrian children.
Schoolchildren from all over the UK celebrated the 25th anniversary on the Convention on the Rights of the Child by taking part in Outright activities.
This October, Unicef UK’s Rights Respecting Schools were part of the WHY festival at the Southbank Centre in London. The festival focused on children’s rights and what is happening for children and young people today.
Jersey’s first UNICEF UK Rights Respecting School welcomed Jersey Ministers and UNICEF UK Deputy Director Anita Tiessen on Tuesday 24 June to celebrate the extension of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child to Jersey. Grouville School is the first school in Jersey to achieve UNICEF UK’s Level 1 Rights Respecting Schools Award. [...]
Pupils from Elie Primary, a Unicef UK Rights Respecting Schools in Scotland, hold a roadshow about the Millennium Development Goals.
Behind the scenes with Unicef UK's Stop Child Trafficking photoshoot. Find out how pupils from St Paul's Primary School became hidden children.
Pupils from St.Stephen's, a Unicef Rights Respecting School in Glasgow attended the launch of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Countdown Clock ahead of the Commonwealth Games.
Unicef UK supporter Michael Sheen meets children at Unicef UK Rights Respecting School in his home country of Wales.