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  • A boy looks out over heavy flooding in Vietnam's Hai Lang District. Photo: Unicef/2009/Chau Unicef/2009/Chau

    Children and the changing climate 26 November 2015This collection of case studies offers a snapshot of recent or ongoing initiatives to protect children from the danger of climate change around the world.

  • Amira walks among the dirt in the Domiz refugee camp in Northern Iraq UNICEF/Schermbrucker

    Keeping children safe in emergencies Children are facing more devastating wars and disasters than ever before. Ahead of the World Humanitarian Summit, a new Unicef UK briefing sets how the world can change how it responds in emergencies to protect children from violence. 2 November 2015

  • Read our 2014 annual report Unicef UK

    Our 2014 annual report Our 2014 Trustees' Report provides detailed information UNICEF UK's work for children in 2014, when supporters helped us raise a record £93.7 million. 2 July 2015

  • Every 5 minutes a child dies as a result of violence. Add your voice to our campaign and call for an end to violence against children. © RAUL ARBOLEDA/AFP/Getty Images

    A global partnership to end violence New report from the NYU Center on International Cooperation makes the case for the UK Government to play a leading role in a global partnership to end violence against children. 26 May 2015

  • Violence Climate Report © Unicef/HQ14-1306/Nesbitt

    Climate change, violence and young people Climate change could increase the risk of worsening violence and conflict on children around the world. This Unicef UK commissioned report is co-authored by the Institute for Strategic Studies and International Alert.21 January 2015

  • State of the World's Children 2014 © Unicef 2014

    State of the World's Children 2014 As the world marks 25 years of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, The State of the World’s Children calls for brave and fresh thinking to address age-old problems that still affect the most disadvantaged children.20 November 2014

  • Across the world, children are facing an epidemic of violence. © UNICEF UK 2014

    Violence report Every five minutes a child dies as the result of violence, according to a ground-breaking report from Unicef UK. 21 October 2014

  • Without guardians, many separated children do not experience the safety and support they are entitled to.  © Susannah Fields/UNICEF UK/2014

    The costs and benefits of guardianship for unaccompanied and separated migrant children This new report from UNICEF UK and The Children's Society assesses the costs and financial benefits of establishing a legal guardianship service to protect and support unaccompanied and separated migrant children.15 July 2014

  • Read our annual report - how your support has helped children worldwide © UNICEF UK 2014

    Our 2013 annual report Our 2013 Trustees' Report gives a detailed account of UNICEF UK's work for children in 2013.4 July 2014

  • Stop child trafficking. © UNICEF/HQ11-2242/Dormino

    Protecting children from trafficking through guardianship This briefing outlines how a system of legal guardianship could help protect separated migrant children in the UK, advocate for their rights and keep them safe from the dangers of trafficking.30 April 2014