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Protecting Children from Violence
UNICEF works with partners to prevent and respond to violence against children. We aim to reduce violence at home, at school, in the community and online.
Blue Heart - Commitment to End Violence, Protect Children and Women
The Government of Viet Nam, the Government of Australia and UN agencies (UNFPA, UNICEF and UN Women) join hands to protect women and children from violence in COVID-19 context
Blue Heart: Viet Nam is joining hands to protect children and women
UNICEF, UNFPA, UN WOMEN and MOLISA launch a campaign to raise public attention on violence against children and women
Choi Siwon and UNICEF join hands to stop bullying
Korean celebrity to raise awareness on ways to end violence against children
3,758 school backpacks laid at the United Nations show the grave scale of child deaths in conflict in 2018
As children in many parts of the world return to school, UNICEF is calling for greater protection of children living in conflict
UNICEF poll: More than a third of young people in 30 countries report being a victim of online bullying
U-Report highlights prevalence of cyberbullying and its impact on young people
The #ENDviolence Youth Manifesto
Young people want to stop violence in schools. Here’s how.
Escaping violence & moving forward
A story of a 16 years boy neglected by his family and often experienced domestic violence by his father and step mother
Promoting positive discipline in school
An Op-ed by Lesley Miller, UNICEF Acting Representative in Viet Nam
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