A groundbreaking new documentary on BBC Two - Exodus: Our Journey to Europe - gives cameras to refugees fleeing to Europe. Former Unicef employee Ahmad tells the story of his perilous journey to Europe.Read this story
With a new Government in place, what three things should Prime Minister Theresa May do to ensure that social justice is at the heart of the UK's global position?
Seven-month-old Abel has spent much of his short life in a health centre. He has been suffering from severe acute malnutrition, which has been made worse by the food and water shortage in east and southern Africa.
More children than ever are at risk of severe acute malnutrition in east and southern Africa because of the devastating food and water shortage. 18-month old Tuhafeni is one of those children.
A groundbreaking new documentary on BBC Two - Exodus: Our Journey to Europe - gives cameras to refugees fleeing to Europe. Former Unicef employee Ahmad tells the story of his perilous journey to Europe.
When extreme weather hits, it's children who are most affected. Find out more about the deadly impact of extreme weather events, such as El Nino, on children's lives.
Unicef supporter Beverly Goater received a legacy gift from a family member and donated to our Syria Children's Appeal. She tells us about her visit to our supply warehouse in Copenhagen and why she is proud to help us keep children safe.
We've launched a new campaign to change the conversation around breastfeeding. We're calling on the government to build an environment that's supportive of breastfeeding. Add your voice to the campaign today.
We’re entering a time of huge change in British politics. Now more than ever, this is a time to stand up and define what sort of country we want to be.
If you’re flying with easyJet this summer you can donate on-board to support Unicef’s vital work to keep children safe from polio. Learn how your support is helping to eradicate this devastating disease.
Since launching our campaign to reunite refugee children with their families, we've often been asked why refugee children are travelling alone. Find out why so many children are making the dangerous journey without their families.