Description: The boarding houses at the Chandeswori Higher Secondary School in Nepal were destroyed during the devastating earthquake that hit the country in April 2015. A year later, Sharmila and her classmates are still adjusting to the new living conditions as they continue their education.
Description: Some stories were never meant for children, like Mustafa's escape from Syria. In fighting stigmas against refugees, you share an #actofhumanity. (Video via UNICEF. For more global ed resources, visit teachunicef.org.)
Description: Some stories were never meant for children. Share the story of Ivine's escape from Syria from UNICEF's Unfairy Tales series to fight stigma about refugees. They all deserve an #actofhumanity: http://uni.cf/actofhumanity
Description: Some stories were never meant for children, like Malak's escape from Syria. In fighting stigmas against refugees, you share an #actofhumanity. (Video via UNICEF. For more global ed resources, visit teachunicef.org.)
Description: Not My Life, filmed on five continents in a dozen countries, depicts the scourge of human trafficking on a global scale. The film contains some graphic scenes and is recommended only for a mature audience.
Description: Watch the story of Abu, Fatmeh and their daughter Sahar who were displaced from their home due to the crisis in Syria and are now living in the Saadnayel Informal Settlement for refugees outside of Beirut, Lebanon.
Description: Siavash, 16, is an Afghan refugee traveling without parents through the fYR Macedonia hoping to reach Germany. He fled Afghanistan for Iran after his father was persecuted by the Taliban and is now leaving Iran in search of educational opportunity.
Description: 10-year-old Gulistan and her family fled their home because of conflict in Syria. Gulistan, now living in a refugee camp in Turkey, is one of the children who has a chance for education, yet 400,000 Syrian children in Turkey are out-of-school.
Description: It’s Peter’s first week at school at the UN displacement Camp in Chad. He is here because he fled fled violent attacks by Boko Haram - making the harrowing journey by foot and boat from his village in Nigeria.
Description: What would you do about the refugee crisis if you were in charge? The refugee and migrant crisis in Europe is a children's crisis - so we asked some young people what they would do if they were world leaders.
Description: Human trafﬁcking has been reported in all 50 states in the U.S. The U.S. is a source, destination, and transit point for trafﬁcking victims. In this video, a mother tells her child's story as a victim of trafficking.
Description: In this video, you will learn from a retired FBI agent about the thousands of kids in the United States that are trafficked, as well hear from a victim of trafficking. Anyone can be trafﬁcked regardless of class, education, gender, or age when forcefully coerced or lured by false promises.
Description: UNICEF Global Action is a free in-classroom student workshop, with accompanying teacher professional development and curricular resources. UNICEF Global Action is a program of TeachUNICEF. Learn more at www.teachunicef.org
Video created by Miriam Spivack, Pratt Institute
Description: This video inspires students to take action to help achieve the Sustainable Development Goals - 17 goals to achieve 3 extraordinary things by 2030. End extreme poverty. Fight inequality and injustice. Fix climate change.
Description: This video follows the fictional story of two South African mothers trying to get their children vaccinated and are met with different outcomes. 1 in 5 children around the world are unable to receive vaccinations because of unequal access to immunization services.
Description: Vaccines spoil if they're not kept cold, which makes it harder to deliver them to very remote places. Watch Ewan McGregor, a UNICEF ambassador, learn about the ingenious solutions to this challenge.
Description: Cuba has made great strides in upholding The Convention on the Rights of the Child, where hospitals friendly to newborns and their mothers cover the island. (Release date: 17 March, 2010. (c) UNICEF video.)