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UNICEF Sep 11
Two years into the Rohingya refugee crisis, children and young people want more than mere survival. They want a quality education. Urgent investment is needed. Their future depends on it.
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UNICEF Sep 12
“My trainer told me never say ‘I cannot’. When you are in a bad situation, you say ‘I can’.” Says Morteza, one of the boys living in Section B of Moria - the largest refugee reception centre in Greece.
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UNICEF Sep 14
Originally from Venezuela, 12-year-old Ángel has been warmly welcomed (and surprised 😄) by his classmates in Ecuador.
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UNICEF Sep 14
This girl stopped to pick flowers as the migrant caravan moved through Mexico last year. No matter where she is from or where she is going, with the right to safety. is holding a special exhibition to mark 30 years of rights .
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UNICEF Sep 7
“I left Syria during the war. It was impossible to survive there. Two of my brothers and my mother and father died.” Salim, one the boys living in Section B of Moria - the largest refugee reception centre in Greece.
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Seyed Isa Musavi Sep 15
Replying to @UNICEF
Than why not act against institutionalized hatred in SWEDEN toward Muslim Children in SWEDEN? You tell a lie
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UNICEF USA Sep 9
In , children are often compelled to leave home — but they would much rather stay. UNICEF helps make it possible.
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UNICEF Sep 8
Yara, 10, in Za’atari refugee camp, holds on to the doll her father gave her. “It got scary in Syria. There were shootings. Dad said ‘get your stuff together, we’re going.’” Yara took her doll and left, now she goes to school and wants to be a pharmacist.
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UNICEF Ethiopia 16h
Lelem,17, hoped by travelling abroad she could construct a house with iron sheets for her family but her aspirations for a better life turned into a frightening journey. Read her story 👉
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UNICEF USA Sep 15
Life in Limbo: Thousands hoping to seek asylum in the U.S. are uncertain what the future holds after this week's Supreme Court Decision. talks with legal advocates about how migrant families are coping.
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Kent Page 15h
It’s harmful. It’s ineffective. It does not work. It’s time to end detention of migrant children. There are cheaper, more effective alternatives that protect and keep families together. v/
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IOM - UN Migration 14h
Families belong together. The Network on Migration calls governments to end child immigration detention and adopt more humane solutions in line with international law.
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UNICEF Sep 15
They have dreams. They have hopes. They have rights. , no matter what.
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SarrahDDD Sep 14
with a word of safety? Yes , u r right childrens don't live in Kashmir. and just enjoying the views. Can you fell the pain of bullets in your eyes? Have you ever seen your family being killed in front of you?
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UNICEF Madagascar Sep 10
Childhood shouldn't be synonym of fear. Agree?
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Bridge Sep 12
| Have you read about our work in areas of conflict?
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Becca Hinkhouse Sep 13
. Whether a child is in the custody of a caregiver or a government entity, their safety is absolutely critical. Please make sure there is accountability so that migrant children are protected.
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UNICEF USA Sep 12
Children should be guaranteed the right to request asylum, no matter what. Access to asylum can mean the difference between life and death.
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UNICEF Italia Sep 12
Altri 2 bambini palestinesi uccisi alla barriera di confine tra Striscia di Gaza e Israele. L'UNICEF fa appello alle autorità palestinesi e israeliane a proteggere la vita dei bambini, prima di ogni altra considerazione:
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