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“The hardest part about starting your life in a different place is getting rid of the label 'migrant.' The world must get rid of labels. We are all equal.” Alexandra, 21, left Romania to follow her dreams and study in Germany. #YouthForum https://t.co/ucaTxxLlcd
RT @unicefchief: The foreign children languishing in Syria’s camps are victims of armed conflict, and governments must act in the best interests of every one of them. https://t.co/n5EkYnzKAQ
For Johnny Pereira migration means leaving your home to go to another place where you have to adapt yourself, become part of the community and look for opportunities to grow. #YouthForum #AChildIsAChild
What does it mean to you? https://t.co/pLqURZzGyt
We’re facing a global learning crisis.
To change this, the public sector and businesses must collaborate to make sure education systems provide children and young people opportunities and skills to thrive. #WEF20 @SarahBrownUK @unicefchief
RT @UNmigration: "We need migration statistics
more than ever."
- @iomchief at #IFMStats in Cairo https://t.co/NyMfFnLB4q
The time is now.
We couldn’t agree more with these inspiring words from Martin Luther King Jr.
#ForEveryChild, a fair chance.
RT @unicefchief: “Life's most persistent and urgent question is, 'What are you doing for others?'" - Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
A question we should ask ourselves each and every day - and teach to the next generation. Today, we celebrate Dr. King's legacy as a champion for peace. #MLKDay
We’re working to create a world where every child, everywhere, can learn.
#WEF20 #ForEveryChild https://t.co/gxEfRdEvjH
RT @unicefchief: The evidence is clear: we are facing a global learning and skills crisis. Ahead of #wef20, read my joint blog with @SarahBrownUK on the action we need to take to make sure young people leave school with the skills they need to succeed. @theirworld https://t.co/3au16FnqQL
These are some of the things preventing the world’s poorest children from getting a quality education. #WEF20 #ForEveryChild https://t.co/dce63H8M35
“Don’t tell anyone.”
“You will get into trouble.”
“No one will believe you.”
Fear, stigma and shame stops many girls and women from speaking out against violence. This is unacceptable. #ENDviolence https://t.co/fa02is8qLS
Barbados, Denmark, Ireland, Norway and Sweden distribute government education funding equally between the richest and poorest.
How are other countries doing? Find out in our new report. #WEF20 #ForEveryChild
DYK? Children from the poorest families receive the smallest share of government money for education.
To change this, at least 20% of education funding must reach the poorest children in every country. Learn more. #WEF20 #ForEveryChild
RT @unicefchief: Countries everywhere are failing the world’s poorest children, and in doing so, failing themselves. #wef20 https://t.co/MxqQrhLlVm
1 in 3 adolescent girls from the poorest households has never been to school.
We must change this #ForEveryChild. #WEF20
Heavy violence in Idlib, Syria, has forced over 300,000 people from their homes. An estimated 80% are women and children.
We’re calling on all parties to the conflict to protect all civilians without exception.
Today young people spoke about their rights at the #YouthForum on migration in Quito, Ecuador. It doesn't matter who they are, where they come from, or where they're going, young refugees and migrants must be protected. #AChildIsAChild https://t.co/Cm63XJq1MS
How do you say friend in your language? @unicefperu has been working since 1948 to give every child an equal chance to thrive, regardless of their gender, ethnicity or how much their family earns.
#ForEveryChild, opportunity. https://t.co/qGWPxhrDhS
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