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Syria: Despite heavy fighting, UNICEF aid continues
20 May 2013Despite heavy fighting, UNICEF and its partners have provided life-saving supplies over the last week to some of the hardest to reach villages and towns in Syria.
Sports auction for the children of Syria
CNN are auctioning off a UEFA Champions League football and a CNN Football Club shirt, signed by a host of sporting stars, to raise money for our Syria children’s appeal.17 May 2013
Tom Hiddleston's blog: Living below the line
Earlier this month, Tom spent several days living £1 per day in support of Live Below The Line, which raises money for charities including UNICEF UK. Here are some of Tom's thoughts about the challenge.13 May 2013
UNICEF and the Commonwealth Games team up for children
UNICEF, the Commonwealth Games Federation and the Glasgow 2014 Commonweath Games have announced a partnership for children that seeks to touch the lives of children in Scotland and in Commonwealth countries across the world.22 April 2013
Poll: British children concerned by effects of climate change
A poll commissioned by UNICEF UK, published today, shows that children in Britain are deeply concerned about the impact of climate change, both for their own futures and for those of children in developing countries.
17 April 2013
UN agencies release joint appeal on Syria
15 April 2013
UNICEF report shows that child stunting can be defeated
A new UNICEF report shows that real progress is being made in the fight against stunted growth in children under five.14 April 2013
Our new ground breaking partnership for child justice with DLA Piper
12 April 2013
UNICEF report reveals a generation of UK teens ignored by government
A new UNICEF report places the UK in 16th position in a league table of child well-being in the world's richest countries.10 April 2013
UK children and young people give their views on the world they want
A global conversation is happening about what the development agenda should look like after the Millennium Development Goals reach their 2015 deadline. 25 March 2013
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