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UNICEF and the Commonwealth Games team up for children
22 April 2013UNICEF, 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.
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
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
Soccer Aid tackles child hunger in Chad
Actor and UNICEF supporter Michael Sheen has been visiting Chad to see how money raised during last year’s Soccer Aid match is making an impact on child hunger. 28 January 2013
M&S hanger recycling scheme changes young lives in Bangladesh
Senior staff from M&S have just returned from Bangladesh, where they saw how funds raised from recycling hangers in their stores are improving the lives of some of the world’s poorest children.9 January 2013
UNICEF there for children after Philippines typhoon
UNICEF is on the ground helping children and families affected by last week's Super Typhoon Bopha, which hit the south-eastern coast of Mindanao in the Philippines. 14 December 2012
Progress on climate change at COP 18, but was it enough?
UNICEF UK today welcome the steps to progress at COP 18 in Doha, but called for further action and ambition on climate change to protect the world's children.10 December 2012
UNICEF UK calls for urgent action on climate change
We welcome the leadership shown by the British government at this week's UN Climate Change talks in Doha, supporting those children around the world most affected by climate change. 8 December 2012
UNICEF UK statement on proposed child benefit cap
Following a BBC report, we've issued a statement on a child benefits cap proposed by Iain Duncan Smith.25 October 2012
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