Podcast moderator Kathryn Herzog spoke with Baba Diri Margaret, who lost her sight at 15-years-old and is now an Honorable Member of the Ugandan Parliament and a central figure of the disability movement in her country.
In this lesson students will 1) identify different kinds of programs that protect children from trafficking 2) interpret a story about child trafficking into a graphical form like a comic strip.
In this lesson students will explain some of the risk factors that make children around the world vulnerable to trafficking.
In this unit students will 1) discover the estimated number of slaves connected to their lifestyle 2) explore the relationship between goods and products purchased to support a modern lifestyle in the United States and how those products can be part of a larger system that can be connected to forced labor, bonded labor, or slave labor and 3) examine their values regarding fairness and the universality of rights.
In this unit, students will 1) define human trafficking and explain how it violates children’s rights and 2)explain some forms that child trafficking takes and how these impact children.
This unit, which contains mature content, explores the issue of child trafficking, how UNICEF is responding, and how students can address trafficking issues in their communities.
Thirty years ago, former UNICEF Executive Director James P. Grant launched what would become known as the “Child Survival and Development Revolution.” The bold and unprecedented effort, involving a diverse coalition of supporters and partners
from all over the world, saved 25 million young lives and spared millions more the misery of severe disability. Elevating the cause of children’s well-being to historic heights, the ambitious campaign also forever changed the face of global health and demonstrated the amazing potential of international development.
Podcast moderator Kathryn Herzog speaks with Spanish professional basketball player Pau Gasol of the Los Angeles Lakers about making early childhood care and education a priority. Mr. Gasol is a UNICEF Ambassador and a champion of education.
1 million children are threatened by the unfolding nutrition crisis in Africa's Sahel region. Watch this video to learn how UNICEF is responding to the crisis.