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Press Centre (11/2017)

Global agreements on migration and refugees should include commitments to protect children, UNICEF urges world leaders


Ahead of international meeting on migration in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, UNICEF releases blueprint for how to protect children on the move 



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UNICEF plane landed in Sana'a airport today with lifesaving vaccines for children in Yemen

Girls and boys in Yemen look forward to the arrival of more urgently needed humanitarian supplies.
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Despite progress, 180 million children face bleaker prospects than their parents

World Children’s Day activities in over 130 countries to provide platform for children to speak out about their concerns; advocate for children being left behind 


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Tuba Büyüküstün, UNICEF National Ambassador meets with children in Gaziantep and Kilis

UNICEF National Ambassador Tuba Büyüküstün wrapped up a two-day visit to Gaziantep and Kilis provinces of Turkey last week where she met with Turkish and Syrian refugee children and adolescents.
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A new school to reach more Syrian and Turkish children

With a total capacity of 1,380 students, the school has 24 classrooms: 20 for primary level and 4 for pre-school education and will provide a safe environment in which children can learn and thrive. 
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Facebook's "Hack for Good" creative contest to support schooling of refugee children in Turkey

Facebook directed creative young people attending the Istanbul Brand Week 2017 to develop an innovative campaign to support the extension of the Conditional Cash Transfer for Education (CCTE) programme benefitting refugee children in Turkey.
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Statement by UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake on the situation in Yemen

“The recent closure of all ports and airports is making an already catastrophic situation even worse".
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Violent discipline, sexual abuse and bullying stalk millions of children worldwide - UNICEF

Violence against children – some as young as one year old – is pervasive, new report with disturbing data reveals 
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An appeal to end the war on children in Syria

Is anyone listening?
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