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UNICEF issues blank statement after latest atrocities in Syria
UNICEF has taken the unusual step of issuing a blank statement in the aftermath of the latest violence in Syria. The blank statement has been sent ...
Atica’s road to recovery
How a kind sister and some theraputic food and medicine saved one little girls life ...
80% of teens hold themselves responsible for their safety online
UNICEF Ireland polled 400 Irish teens for Safer Internet Day in early February, the results were surprising. Answering ...
1 in 4 children live in conflict or disaster zones
UNICEF has launched an appeal for $3.6 billion to provide lifesaving humanitarian assistance to 48 million children living through conflict, natural ...
Ambassador Joe Canning speaks to Late Late Show about seven years of war in Syria
UNICEF Ireland Joe Canning travelled to Syria at the end of 2017, to see the impact of seven years of war on children there. Canning was deeply ...
Surviving Winter in Syria
The coming winter is the latest threat to Syrian children. Freezing temperatures, snow and heavy rain will make life a struggle for children who have ...
Winter: a desperate struggle for children in Syria
Conflict has changed every part of Syria over the past six years, including winter. Any happy memories of snow filled streets and fields are now ...
Rankin & Bastille collaborate on powerful child refugee video
“I am a child, not a threat” Renowned photographer and director Rankin has joined forces with UNICEF to create a short film highlighting the ...
Less than 11 months since Matthew, will Irma be kind to Haiti?
Haiti has been battered in recent years, by storms, hurricanes and the devastating 2010 earthquake. What will 2017 hold for Haiti, and how will she ...
Protecting children’s education during emergencies
Education is a crucial part of any child’s life, but for children in emergencies, it becomes lifesaving. War, conflict and natural disasters have a ...
On the ground in Sierra Leone after mudslide sweeps away homes
On the night of Monday 13 August 2017, Sierra Leone's capital city Freetown experienced torrential rains and landslides. The Government has confirmed ...
We want to hear from under-18s on religion in schools
Young people have the right to have their voices heard, but how do you make leaders listen before you can vote? UNICEF thinks it has the answer - ...