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Contact our Media Team
Unicef’s work for children is non-stop – that’s why the Media Team is on hand around the clock for whenever the media need information on issues affecting children in the UK and across the world.
If you are a journalist and have a media enquiry, please contact the media team for more information:
- Phone: + 44 (0)207 375 6030
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Twitter: @UNICEFuk_media
Latest press releases
Statement by UNICEF Syria on the deteriorating situation for children in Aleppo and across the country
UNICEF Syria Representative, Hanaa Singer, gives a statement on the deteriorating situation for children in Aleppo and across the country
UNICEF and EU exhibition on Syrian refugee crisis opens in Brussels
A new exhibition by UNICEF and the European Commission shows the human cost of the Syrian conflict and the powerful will of children to persevere
New film featuring UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador David Beckham highlights urgent need to end violence against children
A powerful new film featuring UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador David Beckham highlights that physical and psychological abuse can mark children forever.
Unicef helping thousands of Syrian children weather the harsh winter cold in Jordan
2 Dec 2016 – Unicef has begun its 2016-2017 winter assistance programme, helping thousands of vulnerable Syrian families protect their children from the cold.
Many parents seeking help of teachers to keep their kids safe online
New research by BT and Unicef UK reveals that almost all teachers said that internet safety is an issue facing children in schools today.
Unicef and Edinburgh’s Hogmanay join forces for children in danger
Following a successful partnership last year, Unicef and Edinburgh’s Hogmanay will join forces again to raise money for children in danger.
New HIV infections among adolescents to rise by nearly 60% by 2030 if progress stalls
1 December 2016 – New HIV infections among adolescents are projected to rise from 250,000 in 2015 to nearly 400,000 annually by 2030 if progress in reaching adolescents stalls, according to a new report released by Unicef today.
Almost half of Mosul’s children cut off from clean water as fighting intensifies
30 November, 2016 – Almost half of all the children in Mosul and their families have reportedly been cut off from access to clean water after a major water pipeline was destroyed amid the ongoing conflict.
UNICEF Ambassador Tom Hiddleston returns to South Sudan
UNICEF Ambassador Tom Hiddleston travelled to South Sudan last week to see how the civil war continues to destroy the lives of children across the country.
Child rights agencies call on EU to protect refugee and migrant children
EU institutions and Member States must do more to protect refugee and migrant children, according to a statement signed by 78 agencies including UNICEF
Half a million children live under siege in Syria
27 November 2016 – As violence continues to escalate across Syria, the number of children living under siege has doubled in less than one year. Nearly 500,000 children now live in 16 besieged areas across the country, almost completely cut off from humanitarian aid and basic services.
Unicef UK and Saatchi & Saatchi launch #ItBeginsWithABlanket
Saatchi & Saatchi London and Unicef UK have released a new film to highlight the plight of children in affected by conflict in Syria as winter approaches.
SPLM-North pledge to end recruitment and use of children in conflict
The Sudan People’s Liberation Movement-North have signed an action plan with the UN to end and prevent the recruitment and use of children in conflict.
Stop bombing schools and hospitals says Unicef Regional Director
21 November 2016 – Statement attributable to Geert Cappelaere, UNICEF MENA Regional Director
UNICEF Executive Director statement on Universal Children’s Day
Universal Children’s Day is more than a day to celebrate children everywhere. It's an opportunity to recommit to protecting the rights of every child.
UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake statement on ceasefire agreement in Yemen
The ceasefire announced in Yemen offers new hope in a situation that is increasingly catastrophic for children.
NEARLY 50 MILLION CHILDREN “UPROOTED” WORLDWIDE – UNICEF
Across the globe, nearly 50 million children have been uprooted – 28 million of them driven from their homes by conflicts not of their making.
UNICEF leads convoy into Mosul city with emergency supplies for 15,000 children
A UNICEF-led multi-agency humanitarian convoy was on Sunday the first to enter the Iraqi city of Mosul together with WFP and UNFPA.
Central African Republic: One in five children a refugee or internally displaced
Over 850,000 people in Central African Republic - half of them children - are on the move, either internally displaced or refugees in neighbouring countries