UNICEF's 75th Anniversary
How do I access the exhibition?
Scroll to the exhibition box above and select ‘Enter exhibition’. It may take up to 60 seconds to load, so please be patient.
The exhibition can be accessed on desktop and mobile devices. It is recommended that the exhibition be accessed through Google Chrome or Firefox for optimal performance.
How do I navigate through the exhibition?
Once you have entered the exhibition, you will see guidance on how to use the platform using the guided tour or self-exploration. You can access this guidance anytime by selecting ‘Help’ in the menu tab on the top right corner of the exhibition window. Each photo includes descriptions, which can be accessed by selecting the ‘i’ icon. When using the automatic tour, you are able to press pause, allowing you plenty of time to read through the powerful stories behind the photos.
You are also most welcome to explore the exhibition just as you would in person and wander around! You are able to return to the exhibition as many times as you wish.
The exhibition is taking a while to load, is this normal?
When the exhibition is loading, it is normal for it to take up to a minute to generate. If the exhibition loading time is longer than this and is not generating, please try refreshing the page or switching to Google Chrome or Firefox web browsers to access the exhibition. Should you continue to have difficulties, please contact our team by email here.
Can I share this with friends?
Of course! We welcome you to share our exhibition with your friends and family using the links below.
How long will the exhibition be available for?
This virtual exhibition will run for almost a year, from the 11th December 2021 – 1st December 2022.
How can I learn even more about UNICEF's history?
Each photo throughout our exhibition includes additional information, which can be accessed by selecting the ‘i’ icon on the top right corner of the platform.
To learn more, there is further imagery within our photo essays from our history here.
If you have any other questions about our work for children or would like to get in touch please contact us by email here.