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This briefing considers the policy commitments that the UK Government has made and the action it has so far taken to support unaccompanied and separated children in the UK and abroad: analysing the achievements and challenges, identifying the gaps, and finally making recommendations for improving the protection of unaccompanied and separated children.
Cost benefit appraisal of legal guardianship for unaccompanied and separated migrant children in England and Wales
This 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 living in the UK - including potential victims of child trafficking.
20 September 2019 – More than 29 million babies were born into conflict-affected areas in 2018, UNICEF said today.
The first comprehensive analysis on the impact on children's rights as a result of climate change forcing children to flee from their homes. Unicef UK/2017
Wednesday 24th April 2019 - Today the UK government announces it is matching public donations to Soccer Aid for Unicef, meaning double the difference for children’s lives.
A breath of toxic air: UK children in danger. This research paper outlines the scale of the problem for children's health and seeks to estimate the number of children in the UK that are growing up in areas with unsafe levels of air pollution.
18 APRIL 2019 – More than 305,000 children in Mozambique have had their education interrupted because of damage caused by Cyclone Idai, UNICEF said today.
Venezuela migrant crisis: 1.1 million children across the region will need assistance in 2019, up from nearly half a million today – UNICEF
5 April 2019 – As a result of the Venezuela migrant crisis, an estimated 1.1 million children – including children uprooted from Venezuela, as well as returnees and those living in host and transit communities – will need protection and access to basic services across Latin America and the Caribbean in 2019, UNICEF said today.
5 February 2019 - Child health experts across the UK are warning today that air pollution is damaging children’s health – and the public should be better informed so they can take action to protect themselves.
5 February 2019 – Child health experts across the UK are warning today that air pollution is damaging children’s health – and the public should be better informed so they can take action to protect themselves.
UNICEF appeals for £3.06 billion in emergency assistance for 41 million children affected by conflict or disaster
29 January 2019 – Millions of children living in countries affected by conflict and disaster lack access to vital child protection services, putting their safety, well-being and futures at risk, UNICEF warned today as it appealed for £3.06 billion to support its work for children in humanitarian crises.
21 December 2017 - Eastern Ukraine is now one of the most mine-contaminated places on earth, endangering 220,000 children who live, play and go to and from school in areas littered with landmines, unexploded ordnance and other deadly explosive remnants of war
23 September 2017 – Nearly 5,100 schools have been damaged or destroyed in Mexico following two powerful earthquakes that struck less than two weeks apart, threatening access to education for thousands of children
13 September 2017 - Renowned photographer and director Rankin has joined forces with Unicef UK to create a film to highlight the plight of children uprooted by war, poverty and disaster.
Family Reunification and Failing Protection: A study on the situation for unaccompanied children and family reunion in the Dunkirk camp for refugees and migrants.
This Unicef report sets out areas where important progress has been made towards ending the recruitment and use of children in conflict, including through the Children, Not Soldiers campaign, and makes recommendations for action by governments.
London, 2nd August, 2019 – Holly Willoughby was left “inspired” after an interview “like never before” with 17-year-old, Bodoor, who told her about her experiences as a child refugee living in Jordan.