• Poorest students receive much less public education resources than wealthiest

    Govts, donors and private sector should make more and wiser investment in education

  • UNICEF releases the 2014 Children in China: An Atlas of Social Indicators

    New data highlights how regional disparities and migration impact on children’s rights

  • Celebrating 25 Years of Convention of Child Rights 20th Nov.

     

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More brutal and intense conflicts leave children increasingly at risk of recruitment
More brutal and intense conflicts leave children increasingly at risk of recruitment
Children are increasingly vulnerable to recruitment and use by armed groups.
13/02/15
Put children at heart of global agenda, UNICEF challenges Davos
Put children at heart of global agenda, UNICEF challenges Davos
On the eve of the World Economic Forum, UNICEF outlined an ambitious ‘Agenda...
22/01/15

UNICEF in China

Protecting all the rights of every child

UNICEF is the world's agency for children. We started helping children ravaged by world war in 1946. Today we are working to ensure that the most vulnerable children in China can reach their full potential. We help to keep every child healthy, strong and safe. We help to protect every child from abuse, exploitation and violence. We encourage everyone to take action to protect children's rights.

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