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  • The UK Government must take urgent action to reunite refugee children with their families in the UK. Unicef/fYR Macedonia 2015 Unicef/fYR Macedonia 2015

    Reuniting refugee children Right now, refugee children are alone and exposed to danger, while their family members wait desperately for them in the UK. The Government can and must change this, by urgently reuniting children with their families.

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

    Protecting children in emergencies Children are facing more devastating wars and disasters than ever before. At the first ever World Humanitarian Summit in May, protecting children from violence in emergencies must be a priority for the UK Government. Join the campaign today.  

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

    Past campaign success Unicef UK campaigns to protect children in danger. We won't stop until every child is safe. Our past two campaigns have focused on ending violence, exploitation and abuse of children in the UK and around the world. Read about our past campaign success.  

  • Become a children's champion. ©UNICEF UK/2012/A.Bottini-Hall

    Children's Champion Network It’s crucial that MPs understand just how much their constituents care about children’s rights. Join our Children’s Champions network and help us protect children from danger.  

  • Join the Schools Campaign Network to raise awareness of UNICEF and fundraise for charity donations at school. © UNICEF UK/2012/RobertGriffin

    Schools Campaign Network Our Schools Campaign Network offers pupils the chance to become active citizens and speak out in support of children's rights around the world. From signing petitions, creatively raising awareness in their school community, to speaking with their local MP – there are lots of ways for pupils to take action.  

  • Our School Campaigners handed Minister for Crime Prevention Norman Baker the signatures of 50,000 people who supported the Stop Child Trafficking campaign. Journalist Jon Snow and UNICEF UK deputy director Anita Tiessen were also in attendance.  © Susannah Fields/Unicef UK/2014

    Our work in Parliament Unicef UK works in Parliament to advocate for children's rights and lobby for changes in government policy and practice to help keep children safe in the UK and around the world.