Can you imagine living in Aleppo? Dr. Esraa al-Khalaf, a Unicef Nutritionist, writes about how her life in Syria has changed, how she is working to keep children healthy and what constitutes a "normal" day in Aleppo.Read this story
Young people tell the United Nations how climate change and other environmental issues are affecting their rights.
Can you imagine living in Aleppo? Dr. Esraa al-Khalaf, a Unicef Nutritionist, writes about how her life in Syria has changed, how she is working to keep children healthy and what constitutes a "normal" day in Aleppo.
Following the death of a 14-year-old refugee while trying to reach his family in the UK, we take a look at why children are so desperate to take matters into their own hands to leave Calais.
Following Home Secretary Amber Rudd's first Home Office Questions, and one year since the UK Government announced that it would accept 20,000 refugees, Unicef UK Government Relations Manager Alastair Harper takes a look at what the the UK Government has done over the past year to help child refugees in Europe.
We all have a role to play in supporting women to breastfeed responsively for as long as they wish. Guest blogger Dr. Amy Brown shares a preview of her 2016 Baby Friendly Conference talk.
When you arrive in Abuja for the first time, you are struck by the vast swathes of construction, apparent wealth and seemingly endless opportunity around you. Take one more UN flight to the hard-to-reach Maiduguri in the north east of the country and you’re in what seems like a different country; not because of the [...]
Unicef is monitoring the situation and ready to support affected children and communities after a powerful earthquake struck the west of Myanmar on 24th August.
A rights respecting school in London has used the Unicef refugee crisis teaching resource to apply children's rights outside of the classroom.
Today is the first day for Vérène Yankurwe at the Nyamiaga pre-primary school. She is in charge of Class Three for the children of age six. “As today is our first day, I explained to my students about basic habits like hand washing with soap after using the toilet,” she said. “Now we are going to play and [...]
If nearly three quarters of the UK public supports public breastfeeding, then why do a third of mums still feel uncomfortable? Breastfeeding counsellor Emma Pickett addresses women's worries about public breastfeeding.