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UNICEF Turkey Humanitarian Situation Report

UNICEF Turkey Humanitarian Situation Report #9 – MAY 2017

Communicating with Children

"Communicating with Children" combines knowledge from the fields of child development and media studies with insights from children's media production, to provide simple information on development norms at different stages of a child's life.  It shares examples of good practice, many produced at very low cost by young professionals from around the world, to show how we can adhere to human rights and child rights principles, and address the child more holistically, while also creating communication that is engaging and enjoyable.

Children of Syria in Turkey_Info Sheet April 2016

The conflict in Syria – triggering what is now the worst humanitarian crisis since World War II – is entering its 6th year, with no end in sight. Millions have been forced to flee their homes to neighbouring countries, their futures uncertain. Children continue to pay the highest priceand bear the heaviest burden of the crisis: their education, emotional well-being and even their lives, are all at risk.



The education and protection needs facing Syrian children in Turkey are enormous and growing by the day. Together with the Government of Turkey and our partners, UNICEF is striving to meet the challenges and prevent these boys and girls from becoming a ‘lost generation’.

AN AGENDA FOR #EVERYCHILD 2015


World leaders are setting out a roadmap for human progress over the next 15 years. Known as the Sustainable Development Goals, these new global targets will drive investment and action in virtually every country on earth, touching millions of lives. That is why it is vital that every child, girls and boys alike, is included – and that children everywhere are at the heart of the new global agenda.


INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE on INSTITUTIONALIZATION of CHILD RIGHTS in the DIGITAL FUTURE- Book of Papers


Knowledge, attitude and practice study on children with disabilities in Turkey


Knowledge, attitude and practice (KAP) study was designed by the General Directorate of Disabled and Elderly People’s Services of the Ministry of Family and Social Policies of Turkey and UNICEF Turkey as part of “There is Another You” project. This project aims to reduce the social distance between children with disabilities, their families and the general public. Specifically, the KAP study will provide a solid foundation for the steps to be taken towards a more equal society, and through the established data set, facilitate the measurement of the impact of the policies to be designed.


INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE on INSTITUTIONALIZATION of CHILD RIGHTS in the DIGITAL FUTURE- Presentations


Children's Rights in the Digital Age: A download from children around the world


INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE on INSTITUTIONALIZATION of CHILD RIGHTS in the DIGITAL FUTURE- Abstract Booklet


INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE on INSTITUTIONALIZATION of CHILD RIGHTS in the DIGITAL FUTURE- Profiles


CONFERENCE on INSTITUTIONALIZATION of CHILD RIGHTS in the DIGITAL FUTURE-

Biographies and Quotations



What is the most exciting opportunity which the digital environment offers for child rights?



INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE on INSTITUTIONALIZATION of CHILD RIGHTS in the DIGITAL FUTURE Conference Schedule


INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE on INSTITUTIONALIZATION of CHILD RIGHTS in the DIGITAL FUTURE Admin Note


INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE on INSTITUTIONALIZATION of CHILD RIGHTS in the DIGITAL FUTURE Poster


Implementation Handbook for the Convention on the Rights of the Child

The newly revised third edition of the Handbook provides a detailed reference for the implementation of law, policy and practice to promote and protect the rights of children. It brings together under each article an analysis of the Committee on the Right of the Child’s growing interpretation during its first fourteen years and examination of over 300 of its Concluding Observations following consideration of States’ reports. The Handbook also provides a concise description of the role, power and procedures, and developing activities of the Committee and its appendices include a guide to related United Nations bodies and texts of key instruments.

All-Staff Disability Orientation Video (including) ASL and subtitles


Disability: Child Protection - Get Informed Protect Children: Video


KAP Results- Disability and Unknown Facts Infographics


CHILDREN'S RIGHTS AND JOURNALISM PRACTICE - A RIGHTS-BASED PERSPECTIVE

The objective of the module is to provide you, the trainee journalist, with the concepts and the information that will help you to develop responsible news reporting skills that appreciate and respect children's rights.

Say Yes - 60th Anniversary Edition

The quarterly newsletter of UNICEF Turkey

Making A Difference For Children - 2010 Funding Guide

The presence of any untreated sexually transmitted infection (STI) magnifies the risk of HIV transmission through unprotected sex. Although the incidence of STIs in Turkey is at a reasonable level and prevalence of HIV/AIDS is low, rates of prevalence for both are higher in Eastern Europe which has the fastest–growing HIV epidemic in the world. Central Asia also has a high incidence of the HIV/AIDS virus and Turkey’s position between these two regions means that the risk of an increase in the incidence of both STIs and HIV/AIDS is high.

Say Yes - Winter 2008

The quarterly newsletter of UNICEF Turkey

Say Yes - Autumn 2007

The quarterly newsletter of UNICEF Turkey

Say Yes - Summer 2007

The quarterly newsletter of UNICEF Turkey

Say Yes - Winter 2007

The quarterly newsletter of UNICEF Turkey

Say Yes - Summer 2006

The quarterly newsletter of UNICEF Turkey

Say Yes - Spring 2006

The quarterly newsletter of UNICEF Turkey

Say Yes - Autumn 2005

The quarterly newsletter of UNICEF Turkey

Say Yes - Summer 2005

The quarterly newsletter of UNICEF Turkey

Say Yes - Spring 2005

The quarterly newsletter of UNICEF Turkey

Say Yes - Winter 2004

The quarterly newsletter of UNICEF Turkey

Say Yes - Autumn 2003

The quarterly newsletter of UNICEF Turkey

Say Yes - Summer 2003

The quarterly newsletter of UNICEF Turkey

SAY YES - SPRING 2003


Say Yes - Winter 2003

The quarterly newsletter of UNICEF Turkey

Say Yes - Autumn 2002

The quarterly newsletter of UNICEF Turkey

Say Yes - Summer 2002

The quarterly newsletter of UNICEF Turkey

Say Yes - Winter 2002

The quarterly newsletter of UNICEF Turkey

UNICEF Turkey Country Office, Yukarı Dikmen Mah. Alexsander Dubçek Cd. 7/106, 06450 Çankaya/Ankara. Telephone: +90 312 454 1000 Fax: +90 312 496 1461 E-mail: ankara@unicef.org