The World Health Organization said parents need to prepare their kids to guard against COVID-19 after a new study showed that babies and very young … Read more
Last Monday, Norway’s Prime Minister Erna Solberg, together with two of her Cabinet Ministers, met up with a group of children to answer their questions … Read more
Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg told the country’s children on Monday it was OK to feel scared during the “special days” of the coronavirus outbreak.… Read more
More than 290 million students worldwide faced weeks at home on Thursday with Italy the latest country to shut schools over the deadly new coronavirus, … Read more
Activists participate in an action against sexual violence on children in Berlin, Germany, 05 March 2020.
In the run-up to World Women’s Day, the international … Read more
Twenty-five years after the historic Beijing women’s conference in China – a milestone in advancing equal rights – violence against women and girls is not … Read more
Rome public prosecutor Maria Monteleone on Wednesday sounded the alarm about child prostitution in the capital, saying that children as young as 10 were victims.… Read more
TikTok will be implementing new safety features, which means a parent can link their account to their child’s and control the content they see.
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No single country is providing children with a healthy life and a climate fit for their future: UN report
The future of every single child in the world is at risk as nations across the world fail to curb the effects of climate change … Read more
The Duchess of Cambridge, who has three children, has given a landmark interview to the Happy Mum, Happy Baby podcast, hosted by Giovanna Fletcher.
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Nearly one in six children around the world — 415 million children in all — were living in a conflict zone in 2018, more than … Read more
UN experts insist comprehensive national strategies are urgently needed to prevent child sexual abuse online
Comprehensive national strategies are urgently needed to prevent child sexual abuse online and other Internet issues for children, independent UN human rights experts said on … Read more
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Palforzia [Peanut (Arachis hypogaea) Allergen Powder-dnfp] to mitigate allergic reactions, including anaphylaxis, that may occur with accidental exposure … Read more
More than half of children say they sleep with their mobile phone beside their bed, according to an annual survey of young people’s use of … Read more
Nestlé Research and the University of Plymouth have revealed new insights into the factors that predispose children to developing type 2 diabetes in adult life. … Read more
Trials of pioneering technology to help disabled pupils in the classroom will take place across the country in the first programme of its kind in … Read more
Parents and teachers tell children to use their head. Well, in Scotland, that might not be allowed.
The Scottish Football Association was finalizing proposals to … Read more
UNICEF warns ‘dire and untenable’ situation for tens of thousands of children in unrelenting conflict in Libya
The world should not accept the “dire and untenable” situation facing children in wartorn Libya the head of the UN Children’s Fund, UNICEF, said on … Read more
Each year, at least 55 million children in Europe suffer some form of physical, sexual, emotional or psychological violence, the UN health agency (WHO) said.… Read more
EU figures estimate that 6.9 million children in Europe reside in a country different from the one on their passport. Around two-thirds of these hail … Read more
The number of Caribbean children displaced by storms has risen approximately six-fold in the past five years, the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) reveals in a … Read more
In Belgium, 427 refugee children have disappeared from the Fedasil reception centres without a trace, according to new figures from Missing Children Europe and Child … Read more
Almost a quarter of young people are so dependent on their smartphones that it becomes like an addiction, research by psychiatrists concludes.
The study, from … Read more