This week Iraqi forces started an offensive to recapture Mosul from ISIL. But what does this mean for children and families in Mosul, and how is Unicef helping?Read this story
Find out how children in the UK are getting active and helping children around the world in danger through Kid Power
As communities in the Philippines brace themselves for Typhoon Haima, our teams are on the ground, ready to provide support to children and their families where needed.
Rights Respecting Schools Programme Director Frances Beastly recently visited Iceland to train teachers in implementing children’s rights in school. The Rights Respecting Schools Award is growing in scale and attracting international attention, with schools as far afield as Dubai signing up for the programme. Here, Frances talks about her visit to Iceland, how rights are intrinsic to [...]
This week Iraqi forces started an offensive to recapture Mosul from ISIL. But what does this mean for children and families in Mosul, and how is Unicef helping?
We're excited to announce the imminent launch of the new Unicef UK website, and we'd like to offer you a sneak preview.
“The roofs and tree branches flew away. Water started coming in, things were flying everywhere…" Children in Haiti describe the moment the Hurricane hit.
How do you reach the most vulnerable families and keep children safe after a disaster like Hurricane Matthew? Unicef's Cornelia Walther reports from Port-au-Prince.
In Haiti, 1.2 million people's lives have been turned upside down by Hurricane Matthew. Unicef's Cornelia Walther reports from Port-au-Prince as the storm hits.
How are communities in Haiti preparing for the impact of Hurricane Matthew? Unicef's Cornelia Walther reports from Port au Prince.
As Hurricane Matthew approaches Haiti and Cuba, we are on standby to make sure that children and families are safe. Unicef UK's Meghna Das writes.