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- BIK Team
On Wednesday, 20 November 2019, we celebrate the United Nations (UN) World Children's Day, an international observance aiming to promote and celebrate children's rights everywhere around the world.Read more
- BIK Team
The #EuropeKidsWant campaign is an opportunity for children and young people across Europe and beyond to make their voices heard among Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) on a variety of topics, via an online survey.Read more
- BIK Team
Today, Tuesday, 20 November 2018, we celebrate Universal Children's Day, a global event organised by the United Nations to promote and raise awareness about children's rights worldwide.Read more
UNICEF has launched a new campaign with a clear objective – to "#ENDviolence in schools" – and a strong message – "Don't let violence be an everyday lesson". The problem of violence at school is all the more important given that, according to the report, half of students aged 13 to 15 worldwide – around 150 million – have experienced peer-to-peer violence in and around school.Read more
UNICEF has just published a new discussion paper on Children and Digital Marketing: Rights, risks and responsibilities complementing the Children's Rights and Business in a Digital World series.Read more
UNICEF has launched an Industry Toolkit on Children's Online Privacy and Freedom of Expression. It contains five, rights-based "General Principles" and a practical checklist for companies to review their policies and practices.Read more
- Global Kids Online
UNICEF has launched its flagship publication, The State of the World's Children Report, which this year focuses on Children in a Digital World.Read more
- UNICEF and LSE
Children worldwide gain benefits, face risks on the internet - new study by UNICEF and LSE.Read more