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Henrietta H. Fore Sep 17
Childhood has changed, and we need to change our approaches along with it. To mark 30 years since the adoption of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, I’ve written an open letter on eight reasons why I’m worried and why there is hope .
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UNICEF Sep 18
“Climate change has the potential to undermine most of the gains made in child survival and development over the past 30 years. There is perhaps no greater threat facing the rights of the next generation of children.” in an open letter .
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Henrietta H. Fore 19h
Half of lifetime mental health disorders start before the age of 14. Age-appropriate mental health promotion, prevention, therapeutic treatment and rehabilitation must be prioritized .
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UNICEF Sep 18
Childhood is changing - fast.
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UNICEF Sep 14
Wherever they are. Whoever they are. Whenever they need us. And now, more than ever. , hope.
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UN Human Rights Sep 16
The event is starting now! Join the discussion using and watch LIVE as children take the floor to claim their rights 📺
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UNICEF Sep 17
What will the next 30 years hold for children's rights? shares 8 reasons to be worried - and hopeful - in a powerful open letter .
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UNICEF Sep 15
Education is every child’s right, yet over 50% of children aged 7 to 16 are not in school in Niger. We’re working tirelessly to change that. , ✏️📚
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UNICEF Pakistan Sep 17
Today Mr. Murad Ali Shah, Chief Minister of Sindh, and Ms. Aida Girma, UNICEF Representative in Pakistan, attended the launch of Sindh’s Drinking Water & Sanitation policy, and of the WASH Sector Plan for 2016-2026.
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UNICEF Sep 18
“I am a father of a child with autism. My love for him is the main recipe that has helped me develop his skills.” Mustafa and his four-year-old son Abdul. , ❤️
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UNICEF Sep 14
We’re using solar power to pump water in more than 50 countries, and will continue to scale up, to make sure children like Thabiso in Zimbabwe stay healthy and in school.
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UNICEF Sep 19
“All too often, what stands in the way of young people seeking help is stigma and taboo. Fortunately, young people are leading the way – being vocal about their own struggles in hope that others feel empowered to do the same.” in an open letter .
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UNICEF Sep 12
“We can’t talk about the rights of children without them.” Powerful speech by Felipe, 17, a child rights advocate from Brazil at our Executive Board.
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Henrietta H. Fore Sep 18
. and the Russian Federation signed an MoU in Moscow. I look forward to the long-term strategic partnership and knowledge exchange, as well as drawing on Russia’s technical expertise in innovation and other areas to help achieve progress and young person.
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“For many, migration is propelled by a drive for a better life. But for too many children, migration is not a positive choice but an urgent necessity. Whatever their story, migrant children are children first and foremost.” in an open letter .
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