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Jersey's first Rights Respecting School celebrates extension of UNCRC to Jersey
25 June 2014Grouville 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.
UK pledges further £100m for Syria crisis
We welcome the UK Government’s additional pledge of £100 million for the children of Syria who are facing increasingly desperate conditions15 January 2014
Glasgow 2014 ticket-buyers can donate to change children's lives
Sports fans hoping to attend the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games will have the chance to donate to UNICEF when they purchase their Games tickets on 19 August.19 August 2013
Sajid Javid MP visits Sierra Leone with UNICEF UK
Sajid Javid, Conservative MP for Bromsgrove spent a couple of days in Sierra Leone - visiting water and sanitation programmes as well as nutrition projects. 30 July 2013
Young people to speak up for education at Malala Day
Less than a year after she was shot by the Taliban for her strong voice in the fight for education, Malala Yousafzai will mark her 16th birthday at Malala Day.11 July 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
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
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
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