15 November 2023

Join on us on World Children's Day - 20 November 2023

World Children’s Day is UNICEF’s annual day of action for children, by children, marking the adoption of the  Convention on the Rights of the Child. Children’s rights are human rights. But in too many places today, children’s rights are under attack. On World Children’s Day we’re making space for children and young people to raise their voices on…, Kids take over, Denisa la Senat UNICEF/Adrian Holerga Rafaela si Victor la Magic FM UNICEF Children will ‘take over’ high-visibility roles in media, politics, business, sport and entertainment normally held by adults to shine a spotlight on issues that matter to them. , Get involved on World Children's Day, CHILDREN AND YOUTH Celebrate and make your voice heard! Children  COMP ANIES Take part in the #KidsTakeOver challenge Children P ARENTS Help your children know their rights. Parents  AUTH ORITIES Take action and protect children's rights Autoritati TEACHERS Join the World Largest Lesson Learning  SOCIAL MEDIA TAG us on Instagram and Facebook on #…, World Largest Lesson, Ahmad UNICEF/UNI303882/Karimi UNICEF Romania is inviting teachers and students in Romania to participate in The World's Largest Lesson, a project that promotes the use of the Sustainable Development Goals in learning so that children can contribute to a better future for all.  The lesson plan that UNICEF is proposing to students and teachers deals…, Paint the world in BLUE, Bran Castle UNICEF Poarta sarutului UNICEF Landmark buildings around the world will light up blue on the day to show support for child rights. Wear something blue, change your  profile picture  online and help raise awareness.
20 September 2023

How to keep your child safe online

As your child grows, it is likely they are spending more and more time online. There are so many positive things about being online like staying connected with friends and family, pursuing interests, and being part of communities. But it is not always a safe and positive experience for children. Here's how you can help your child maximize all the…, 1. Set clear ground rules, Have honest conversations with your children about who they communicate with and how, and who can see what they post online.  Explain that anything that goes online – pictures, videos, comments, things they share with others and what others post and share with them and about them – leaves behind a trail of information about them. To make sure they…, 2. Use technology to protect them, Check that your child’s device is always updated and running the latest software, and that privacy settings are on and configured to minimize data collection so that people don’t see any information that you don’t want them to see. Help your child learn to keep personal information private. If your privacy settings are not secure, anyone can see…, 3. Spend time with them online, Create opportunities for your child to have safe and positive online interactions with friends, family and you. Connecting with others can be an excellent opportunity for you to model kindness and empathy in virtual interactions. Help your child recognize and avoid misinformation and disinformation, age-inappropriate content and content that can…, 4. Model healthy online habits, Promote positive online behaviour by practicing it yourself. Be mindful of the example you set and what you share online about your child, including their photos and videos. Encourage your child to be kind online and to support friends and family by sending positive messages or emojis. If they have classes online, encourage them to be respectful…, 5. Let them have fun and express themselves, Spending time online can be a great opportunity for your children to be creative, learn, use their voices to share their views and support causes that are important to them. Encourage your child to use resources on the internet to help them get up and get moving, like online exercise videos for children and video games that require physical…