You can find more UNICEF UK news and stories at our blogs and in the press release section.
Unicef UK report: Violence kills a child every 5 minutes
21 October 2014Read the report, with a foreword by Baroness Doreen Lawrence.
What is Ebola - and how you can help protect children
The Ebola outbreak in West Africa is the largest the world has ever seen. Right now thousands of children are in danger.20 October 2014
Read our annual report - how your support has helped children worldwide
Unicef UK's supporterters helped to raise £79.1 million for children worldwide in 2013, according to our latest annual report.
29 September 2014
Jersey's first Rights Respecting School celebrates extension of UNCRC to Jersey
Grouville School celebrates being the first UNICEF UK Level 1 Rights Respecting School in Jersey as government extends the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) to the States of Jersey.25 June 2014
First secondary school in Scotland achieves Level 2 Rights Respecting Schools Award
St Columba’s High School in Inverclyde has become the first secondary school in Scotland to receive a Level 2 Rights Respecting Schools Award from UNICEF UK. 25 June 2014
Rest of the World win Soccer Aid, £5.3 million raised for children
A crowd of nearly 70,000 turned out to Manchester United’s Old Trafford on Sunday evening to witness Rest Of The World defeat England in a pulsating encounter between the two sides, which raised over £5.3 million for children.9 June 2014
UNICEF UK Rights Respecting School awarded prestigious award
Level 2 Rights Respecting School Croydon College is awarded the prestigious Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service.6 June 2014
Soccer Aid donations to be matched by UK government
From today until 7 August, every pound donated by the UK public to Soccer Aid will be doubled by the UK government to support UNICEF's life-saving work for children around the world.8 May 2014
José Mourinho signs for Soccer Aid
One of the greatest managers of all time and current Chelsea manager José Mourinho has signed for Soccer Aid, as manager of the Rest of the World team.6 May 2014
UNICEF helping children and families after Afghanistan landslide
UNICEF is helping children and families in northeastern Afghanistan, which was hit by a major landslide on Friday morning in the Badakhshan province. 3 May 2014
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