UNICEF

A fair chance for every child

UNICEF's flagship report The State of the World's Children 2016: A fair chance for every child argues that we have a clear choice to make: Invest in accelerated progress for the children being left behind, or face the consequences of a far more divided and unfair world by 2030.

An equitable approach– one that invests in the most disadvantaged children – is the best way to offer a fair chance for every child.


Unfairy Tales of Children

Currently, 2 million children are living as refugees or are on the run
in search of safety. UNICEF’s figures show 8 million Syrian children
inside and outside of the country are in need of humanitarian aid.

The first point of the EYRA Manifesto declares a "Positive early
childhood for every child is in the public interest and is a collective
responsibility of all members of society", these films drive home how
much more needs to be done to achieve this goal.

The campaign launched with the first story, Malak and the Boat,