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Unicef UK
Right now, children are in danger. We will do whatever it takes until every child is safe.
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Unicef UK 2h
We're working to ensure doesn't define the futures of the 113 million babies born into the pandemic this year. Protect Generation Covid 👇
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Unicef UK 21h
"The light at the end of the tunnel needs to shine for all." New statement from calling for equality in distribution as the pandemic begins to enter a new phase. Read more:
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Unicef UK 22h
Replying to @LCarrielyn
this is amazing - we can't thank you enough for your support! 💙
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Unicef UK Dec 4
So inspiring 👏🙌💙 15-year-old Gitanjali, has been working to tackle issues ranging from contaminated drinking water to cyberbullying. She has been named as 's first-ever Kid of the Year for her incredible use of science and technology. Congratulations !
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UNICEF Dec 3
“The world cannot stand by as Yemen slips into famine and millions of vulnerable children and families go hungry. " We have prevented famine in before. With support and access, we can do it again.
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Unicef UK Dec 3
Today, launches the largest-ever emergency appeal to reach more than 190 million children impacted by humanitarian crises and the coronavirus pandemic.
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Unicef UK Dec 3
A big thank you to our Youth Advisory Board for their takeover today! 👏💙📣 Every child has the right to play, learn and access healthcare and education in a safe, supportive and stigma-free environment. : Inclusion 💙
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Unicef UK Dec 3
Replying to @UNICEF_uk
Every child has a right to inclusion, education, health & happiness regardless of their ability. Today we amplified blogs on disability written by young people. We hope you've been inspired and learnt something new! We're signing off now! ~ Youth Advisory Board
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Unicef UK Dec 3
Replying to @chloeltear
As a disabled person, I’m not ready for lockdown to end" Award winning blogger writes about the return to a 'new normal' after lockdown, as a person with a disability. Please read her powerful blog ~ Youth Advisory Board :)
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Unicef UK Dec 3
Replying to @scope
As we build back from we need to ensure we are as accessible as possible. Read and share Emily’s blog for about the barriers of socialising for people with disabilities. ~ Youth Advisory Board
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Unicef UK Dec 3
Replying to @UNICEF_uk
"Don’t be “scared” of us, step out of your comfort zone and ask us questions about our conditions but also our interests, try to see the person before the disability.’ Please read Maria’s story 👇 ~ Youth Advisory Board :)
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Unicef UK Dec 3
Replying to @UNICEF_uk
The theme for is to build towards a disability-inclusive, accessible, and sustainable post a world. We want to build back better, so that we all go back to a world that is better off than it was before coronavirus. ~ Youth Advisory Board :)
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Unicef UK Dec 3
Hi! We’re the Unicef UK Youth Advisory Board. We’re tweeting from the account today to highlight International Day of Persons with Disabilitie and promote the voices of young people with disabilities. Stay tuned for some incredible stories! ~ Youth Advisory Board :)
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Unicef UK Dec 2
What an original fundraising idea in aid of some fantastic charities this season👏💙 Thank you Jackson family for choosing to support us alongside such a brilliant bunch to name a few! 💙
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Unicef UK Media Dec 2
“The killing of children is appalling. Children should be protected at all times." - UNICEF Statement as 11 children are killed in over past 3 days.
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Unicef UK Dec 1
Replying to @stpaulsshet
Great work P1b! Thanks for being a great advocate for children's rights Ms Meechan 💙
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Unicef UK Dec 1
Nah Nah helps her sister with her homework. During closures, their school in Cambodia has been loaning tablets to those in need and supporting families struggling to afford internet. We must bridge the digital divide to ensure quality education for
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Henrietta H. Fore Nov 30
Hundreds of thousands of children continue to suffer the ravages of the HIV epidemic. This , calls on all governments to protect, sustain & accelerate progress in fighting childhood HIV by maintaining essential health services & strengthening health systems.
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Unicef UK Media Dec 1
"Funding COVAX then cutting aid is like driving a car without wheels; how can we expect these vaccines to be rolled out without the UK Aid funded health workers who administer them?" - read 's response to an op-ed on UK aid cuts.
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Unicef UK Media Nov 30
“UNICEF is concerned that within this joint declaration from the UK and French governments, no commitment has been made to allow children to safely reunite with family in the UK" - Full statement here:
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