Education cannot wait
Repeated calls have been made for education and learning to be central to humanitarian action, and for guarantees that no child’s right to education be disrupted or interrupted by conflict or disaster. Education Cannot Wait: a Fund for education in emergencies heeds these calls and was developed to better meet the educational needs of millions of children and young people affected by crises around the world.
Ending the Recruitment and Use of Children in Armed Conflict
This Unicef report sets out areas where important progress has been made towards ending the recruitment and use of children in conflict and makes recommendations for action by governments.
Statement by UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake on the situation in Gaza
Statement from UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake on the situation for children in Gaza.
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.
UNICEF welcomes UK Government's report on Child Rights Convention Optional Protocol
UNICEF UK welcomes a report released by the UK Government on an Optional Protocol to the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.
The indicative costs and efficiencies of guardianship
This briefing by UNICEF UK and The Children's Society looks at the cost implications for developing a system of legal guardianship within England and Wales.
Protecting children from trafficking through guardianship
Legal guardians could help protect separated migrant children in the UK, advocate for their rights and keep them safe from the dangers of trafficking.
The State of the World's Children 2013: Children with disabilities
Children with disabilities and their communities would both benefit if society focused on what those children can achieve, rather than what they cannot do, according to UNICEF’s annual State of the World’s Children’s report.