This video explains the possible effects of climate change on children and the most vulnerable populations, as well as how it can undermine development initiatives.
In a recent conversation with UN and UNICEF Radio moderator Amy Costello, activist Jody Williams talked about her leading role in the International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL), and about leading a women’s peace delegation to the Middle East. Her experiences hold potential lessons for achieving the UN Millennium Development Goal of universal primary education.
This activity sheet, written in Spanish, provides an overview of the issue of child labor, and addresses such topics as child trafficking and child protection.
Judith Bruce speaks to UNICEF Radio about what can be done to protect the rights of the most vulnerable adolescent girls.
UNICEF Direct of Policy and Practice Richard Morgan helps to explain some of Progress for Children's major findings.
President of the Global Campaign for Education Mr. Kailash Satyarthi joins Amy Costello in a special conversation on the steps needed to ensure that "Education for All" Millennium Development Goal is achieved by 2015.
UNICEF promotes the 1960s as the "decade of development" to move beyond humanitarian emergencies and to provide basic health, nutrition and other services to all children.
UNICEF promotes the child survival revolution in the 1980s, to combat the 15 million annual preventable child deaths.
In the 1990s UNICEF's work supported the Convention on the Rights of the Child, the most widely-ratified piece of human rights legislation in history.
Learn about how UNICEF adapted in the new millennium to meet global development challenges.