MoCIS and UNICEF: All children should have access to a safe digital world

Today, December 11, the Ministry of Communications and Information Society (MoCIS) and UNICEF in Romania launched The State of the World’s Children 2017: Children in a Digital World. UNICEF’s first comprehensive look at the different ways digital technology is affecting children’s lives and life chances, the report identifies dangers as well as opportunities.

WELL-DESIGNED EVALUATION AND ASSESSMENT SYSTEMS LEAD TO BETTER LEARNING FOR ALL CHILDREN – GOVERNMENT OF ROMANIA AND UNICEF

BUCHAREST, 23 November 2017 - Today, the Ministry of National Education and UNICEF in Romania have launched the study called “An Overview of School Attendance Using Cohort Analysis”. Over the last years, despite the fact that the cohort school dropout has declined for all education cycles, research findings show a larger share of children failing to participate in education due to family, economic and social disadvantage, leading to a lower adjusted net enrolment rate, as well as a lower dropout level in the course of an education cycle.

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GLOBAL 'TAKE-OVERS', STAR-STUDDED EVENTS AND WORLD LEADERS TO SPOTLIGHT MOST DISADVANTAGED FOR WORLD CHILDREN'S DAY IN OVER 130 COUNTRIES

BUCHAREST, 15 November 2017. In connection with the World Children's Day, UNICEF in Romania is organizing a multimedia exhibition entitled (You'll Understand Only) FROM WITHIN, open during 20-25 November 2017 at ARCUB Gabroveni. This exhibition is designed to showcase the activity of UNICEF in Romania, enabling visitors to understand and empathize with the stories of some of the children UNICEF has helped over the years. 
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