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UNICEF Corporate and Philanthropic Partnerships


Pandora and UNICEF, a partnership that contributes to empower and educate children and young people

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Pandora and UNICEF have entered into a long-term global collaboration to support the world’s most vulnerable children to lead healthier and safer lives and fulfil their potential. The three-year partnership will also fund life skills training, with a focus on programmes that support female empowerment.  The programme will ensure that girls learn and feel safe; complete all levels of education with the skills to effectively compete in the labor market; learn the skills necessary to navigate and adapt to a changing world; make decisions about their own lives; and contribute to their communities. 

Pandora will make grants and also launch a series of cause-related marketing campaigns starting with a special edition collection of jewelry and kickoff on World Children’s Day on 20 November 2019 to raise funds over three years for UNICEF child survival, education and protection programmes across the world. The special edition collections will be available online and across Pandora’s stores in more than 100 countries.

“Together with UNICEF we wish to give a voice to the next generation and support their education and empowerment. Millions of children, especially girls, never attend school. Millions more never complete their education. And many struggle to exercise their fundamental right to be themselves and fulfil their potential. We would like to play our part in addressing these societal challenges,” said CEO of Pandora Alexander Lacik.

“Young people are the future. Their ideas, energy and enthusiasm can change the world. This partnership with Pandora will also support the Generation Unlimited initiative, supporting young people with the tools they need for success. Together we can harness young people’s energy, enthusiasm and ideas, and help give them the skills they need to become active citizens who can contribute to their countries’ societies and economies.” said UNICEF Executive Director Henrietta Fore.



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