UNICEF Publications


The State of the World’s Children 2013: Children with Disabilities
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Thematic Flyers: Education; Health; Child protection; HIV/AIDS; Nutrition;
Data collection; Water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH); Gender; ECD

Take Us Seriously- Making sure children with disabilities have a big say:
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Factsheet on Children With Disabilities - 2013

Innocenti Digest No. 13: Promoting the Rights of Children with Disabilities - 2007

The Innocenti Digest on Promoting the Rights of Children with Disabilities attempts to provide a global perspective on the situation of the some 200 million children with disabilities. The Digest is based on reports from countries across regions and from a wide range of sources.

Monitoring Child Disability in Developing Countries- Results from the Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys - 2008

Despite the global interest in child disability, relatively little is known about the situation of children with disabilities, particularly in developing countries. As a first step toward addressing this paucity of information, UNICEF recommended inclusion of a disability module, the Ten Questions screen for child disability, in its Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS).

Using the human rights framework to promote the rights of children with Disaiblities: Discussion Paper. An analysis of the synergies between CRC, CRPD and CEDAW - 2013


Cover photo of HIV and Disability HIV and AIDS and Disability - Towards an AIDS-Free Generation: Promoting Community-Based Strategies for and with Children with Disabilities
 Cover photo of The Right to Education for Children with Disabilities The Right of Children with Disabilities to Education: A Rights-Based Approach to Inclusive Education
  Early Childhood development and Disability. A discussion paper. UNICEF and WHO - 2012
 - It’s About Ability, An explanation of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, UNICEF, 2008

This publication explains the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities to children. It's main purpose is to empower children, with and without disabilities, to play their part in challenging discrimination and promoting the Convention's principles.



The Day of teh African Child 2012

It's About Ability


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