This video, which contains some mature content, addresses how harmful social norms can sometimes undermine child rights. UNICEF is responding by addressing these norms at the individual, community and national levels, but focuses on community-generated change.
This video provides an overview of the volatile situation at the Libya/Tunisia border and how UNICEF is responding to the crisis.
This resource provides background information on natural disasters and UNICEF's humanitarian response required in the aftermath of a natural disaster or emergency.
UNICEF correspondent Vivian Siu reports on an initiative to help educate children displaced by conflict in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
This video features the story of Marcell Jenkins, a young man growing up in Camden, New Jersey.
As a follow-up to the Copenhagen Children’s Climate Forum in December 2009, young people, many of whom participated in the Climate Summit, implement their own projects combating climate change in their home countries.
UNICEF Radio speaks with Jacklin Akinyi Odongo, a 'mothers2mothers' site coordinator who counsels women in Kisumu, Kenya about preventing HIV transmission.
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.