Across Canada, people are talking. They’re talking about children and youth. They’re talking about how we can make things better. And they’re talking about One Youth. Here’s the latest on what’s making the news.
A recent UNICEF report comparing the well-being of children in the richest countries around the world placed Canada an alarming 25th among the 41 countries measured. These rankings haven’t improved in more than a decade, which has UNICEF Canada partnering with top Canadian celebrities to do something about it.
Added: May 22, 2018
UNICEF Canada, through its One Youth initiative, is pleased to partner with the Region of Waterloo, Cities of Kitchener, Cambridge, Waterloo and Townships of Wellesley, Woolwich, Wilmot and North Dumfries, on the Smart Cities Challenge application to Infrastructure Canada.
Added April 25, 2018
UNICEF Canada was pleased to see the Government of Canada take another step in the right direction with today’s release of the federal budget. David Morley, UNICEF Canada President and CEO, had the following response.
Added: February 28, 2018
How others are using UNICEF’s data and analysis
- Clearing the air
- Eliminating child poverty
- Improving food security
- Measuring SDGs at the local level
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