Campaigns

Campaigns

 

Campaigns

#KidsTakeOver        

This is a day for children, by children, all over the world to help save children’s lives, fight for their rights and help them fulfil their potential


 

Be fair - for a childhood without barriers 

The campaign is to mobilize public awareness and support for the rights and inclusion of children with disabilities. It is being implemented as part of the EU funded and UNICEF co-funded Regional Project “Protecting Children from violence and promoting social inclusion of children with disabilities in Western Balkans and Turkey”.



Early Moments Matter ECD campaign

UNICEF launched #EarlyMomentsMatter, a new campaign supported by the LEGO Foundation to drive increased awareness about the importance of the first 1,000 days of a child’s life and the impact of early experiences on the developing brain. During this critical window of opportunity, brain cells can make up to 1,000 new connections every second – a once-in-a-lifetime speed. These connections contribute to children’s brain function and learning, and lay the foundation for their future health and happiness.


UNICEF #FightUnfair campaign

UNICEF and activists launched a local “Fight Unfair” campaign to spur action to change the way society sees and treats children with disabilities. Stigma, attitudes and lack of awareness contribute to the discrimination and exclusion that children with disabilities face.

Respect for diversity and multiculturalism in early childhood programmes

Video's, posters, brochures, bookmarks, cards and other materials from "Druzinata Mela", promoting diversity and multiculturalism in early childhood education programmes.

 

Child rights are not from Mars

Po Gi, Plufko, KoNNka, Cip and TiJa are five alien friends who came on Earth seeking to learn more on child rights and implement the knowledge in their planets. You can join their mission in the web based game on child rights "Child rights are not fallen from Mars".

First five are the most important

A campaign promoting the importance of the work and attention given to the five development domains (socio-emotional development, physical-motoric development, language and literacy, cognitive development and development of an approach to learning)  for the overall development of the children in the first five years. Video's, promotional and educational materials are available here

Together for schools free of violence

UNICEF and partners launched a campaign to raise awareness of the importance of having violence free schools. It is also a call for action outlining the steps needed to stop and to prevent violence in the schools in the country. More information are available on this website

 

 
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