“The Influencer” is a newsletter highlighting the efforts of celebrities and high-profile influencers in advancing children’s rights in Indonesia
An overview of our collaborations with National Ambassadors, public figures and high-profile influencers to advance children’s rights in Indonesia. Together we raise public awareness on the importance of health, nutrition, education, mental health, environmental protection, sanitation, child and youth participations as well as other children related issues, through advocacies in various platforms.
List of available documents:
1. Newsletter COVID-19 Edition
The newsletter summarizes a variety of support from public figures, celebrities and influencers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Since its earliest stage, UNICEF Indonesia has received an immense amount of support from National Ambassadors and high-profile figures through various public education campaigns to protect ourselves from SARS-COV-2 virus, increase awareness of health protocols , and emphasizing the importance of vaccination.
2. The Influencer Vol. I (January – July 2021)
Starting a new year of 2021, UNICEF Indonesia has fostered collaboration with National Ambassadors and celebrities in advocating children’s protection and quality education, the importance of good nutrition and equal health access, as well as sanitation. We welcome new high-profile supporters to join in and take part in ensuring the rights of Indonesian children.
3. The Influencer Vol. II (August – December 2021)
In the second half of 2021, UNICEF Indonesia together with National Ambassadors and influencers celebrate some key moments and flagship events to promote and protect children’s rights, such as National Children’s Day, World Children’s Day, Global Handwashing Day, UNICEF 75th anniversary whilst in parallel consistently encouraging people to vaccinate against COVID-19.
4. The Influencer Vol. III (January – June 2022)
In the first half of 2022, UNICEF Indonesia together with high profile influencers celebrate some key moments and flagship events to promote and protect children’s rights such as National Nutrition Day to share facts about triple burden of malnutrition, Water and Sanitation National Conference and Sector Ministerial Meeting to discuss about the quality of water and sanitation, Menstrual Hygiene’s Day and National Education’s Day among others, whilst in parallel consistently remind parents to catch up on their children’s routine immunization and for public to keep following COVID-19 health protocols.
5. The Influencer Vol. IV (June - November 2022)
In the second half of 2022, UNICEF Indonesia together with high profile influencers celebrate some key moments and flagship events to promote and protect children’s rights such as National Children’s Day with online safety as the theme and utilizing World Children’s Day momentum to highlight the importance of inclusivity. In parallel, we continue to advocate for various UNICEF programs such as Nutrition specifically on obesity, stunting and breastfeeding, Climate Change through our works in COP 27, WASH through promotion of the period tracker to educate adolescent on Menstrual Hygiene Management, Child Protection on end violence, women empowerment and P-OCSEA (Prevention of Online Child Sexual Exploitation and Abuse), as well as reaching out to business community through our advocacy to promote family-friendly workplace; whilst continue to keep consistently remind parents to catch up on their children’s routine immunization and follow COVID-19 health protocols as they’re returning to face-to-face learning in this academic year, aiming to overcome learning loss caused by the pandemic in the past two and a half years.
6. The Influencer Vol. V (November 2022 – April 2023)
This volume captured collaborations of UNICEF Indonesia and high profile influencers at the end of 2022 and in the first quarter of 2023 to promote and support children’s rights, including World Children’s Day celebration with inclusivity as the theme as well as celebrated World Obesity Day to share the facts of the increasing trend of obesity prevalence and Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs) amongst adolescents and children in Indonesia due to unhealthy consumption patterns. In parallel, we continue to advocate for various UNICEF advocacies including the importance of catch-up immunization and infodemic management which specifically addressed the issue of hoaxes in immunization, as well as advocating for child protection on online platform through Prevention of Online Child Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (P-OCSEA) advocacy.