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.
To mark the start of a new parliament, a new year and a new decade, UNICEF Canada offers recommendations for improving childhood in Canada and around the world.
Added: Dec 30, 2019
UNICEF Canada urges the Government of Canada to demonstrate that fairness and justice for children and youth will be your priority. As a matter of urgency, we ask you to rescind the previous request made by the Government of Canada for a judicial review of the September 2019 ruling of the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal (CHRT) and a stay of the CHRT order for compensation for First Nations families and children affected by Canada’s discriminatory child welfare policies and practices.
Added: November 21, 2019
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and actor Finn Wolfhard send special messages to Canada’s leading youth activists celebrating National Child Day and World Children’s Day at UNICEF Canada’s first ever Youth Activism Summit on November 20 at the Toronto Reference Library.
Added: November 20, 2019
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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