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Poll: British children concerned by effects of climate change
17 April 2013A 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.
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
Cyclists warm up for Wheels for Change
On Saturday 18 August a team of 36 cyclists rode from London to Brighton to raise money for UNICEF.
20 August 2012
Charities call for end to global hunger as Olympic legacy
Britain's charities have urged world leaders to keep the global food crisis at the top of their agenda, following London 2012.12 August 2012
Northern Irish Minister visits Rights Respecting School
John O’Dowd, the Education Minister in the Northern Irish Government, visited St Mary’s High School in Newry this week.7 December 2011
UNICEF young supporters quiz Chris Huhne
UNICEF UK gave 19 young people the chance to participate in a youth question time on climate change, just weeks before the Climate Summit in Durban. 9 November 2011
New Pocket Book of Children's Rights
Working with children, teachers and parents UNICEF UK have developed a new resource for children to learn about the the children's rights convention.19 October 2011
East London children and Charlie Simpson join forces for Somalia
Hundreds of young cyclists, many of them from Somali families, are joining Charlie Simpson to raise money for the East Africa Children's Crisis.19 September 2011
Brother and sister raise over £3,000 for East Africa
Adam and Ada Syed from Hertfordshire have raised well over £3,000 for children in East Africa by fasting for the whole of Ramadan. 30 August 2011
Young fundraisers help out on World Humanitarian Day
To celebrate World Humanitarian Day, young fundraisers across the UK are raising money for UNICEF's It’s Time to Share appeal for children in East Africa.19 August 2011
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