A special online synopsis of messages on leadership from UNICEF's
The State of the World's Children 2002.
Ten short features: Changing the world
Early childhood care in Jordan
Girls' education in Afghanistan
The anonymous teacher in Mozambique
Education and HIV/AIDS in Malawi
Children changing destiny in Liberia
Young Palestinian leaders
Young people rebuilding El Salvador
'Say Yes for Children'
Additional panels are found in the full report, available in
print and online.
- Graphs and charts of selected measures of the progress made
since 1990 in ensuring the rights of children, based on reviews
from more than 130 countries.
- Full report (PDF or text-only)
- The State of the World's Children 2002, available in
PDF and text-only versions, reports on the progress that has
been made in improving the lives of children and families since
the 1990 World Summit for Children. It includes the inspiring
successes of the 'Say Yes for Children' campaign that has been
launched in over 100 countries. And it presents the worldwide
preparations leading to the UN Special Session on Children.
Includes a Foreword and reports from the UN Secretary-General,
six pages of maps, 25 charts and figures, 40 photos and illustrations,
64 references, a full index and more than 50 quotes from children
and young people.
- All of the links in the report, extracted to a single page.
- Video, audio
- Video stories highlighting some of the key messages of The
State of the World's Children 2002. Includes an interview
with UNICEF Executive Director Carol Bellamy.
- Press kit
- Includes a PDF of the report, press release, press summary
and six sheets of graphics on the major goals of the 1990 World
Summit for Children. The press kit is linked to the Special
Session web pages for journalists.