Going to school should not be an act of bravery. Join our call for the UK Government to keep school safe for children in emergencies.Read this story
11-year-old Sarah was frightened to go to her own school after it was attacked in Syria. Join our call to keep schools safe so that children like Sarah can continue to learn.
Going to school should not be an act of bravery. Join our call for the UK Government to keep school safe for children in emergencies.
Find out how is Unicef is helping keep at-risk children and mothers safe from infection.
A new Lancet series on breastfeeding has found that a lack of protection and support for breastfeeding is putting babies' lives in danger. Sue Ashmore, Unicef UK Baby Friendly Initiative Director, reports on the findings.
Ever wondered why legacy giving is so important to our work? Unicef supporter Iain Place writes about why he decided to leave a gift in his Will.
Thanks to the incredible hard work and commitment of Starwood associates in Europe, Africa and the Middle East, an estimated £800,000 was raised for Unicef in 2015 through their associate fundraising campaign Road to Awareness.
Find out about Michael Penrose, who'se been appointed as the future Executive Director of Unicef UK, taking over from David Bull, who will retire later this year.
Find out about M&S's new members club, Sparks, where shoppers have the opportunity to keep more children safe around the world.
The last five years of brutal conflict in Syria have had devastating consequences for children. Join our call to stop the suffering.
Read Rafik El Ouerchefani's report from Madaya, the Syrian town cut off by conflict, where families have been surviving on a soup of leaves.