On July 14, 2016 the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Belarus, Valentin Rybakov, met with the Executive Director of the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), Anthony Lake.
UN Agencies in Belarus, together with the government agencies, international organizations and civil society representatives, have agreed on appointing the Secretariat to coordinate the establishment of the 3 working groups on access to justice, legal protection and awareness, legal aid and counsel; adjudication and enforcement; effective legislation.
Белорусская Ассоциация клубов ЮНЕСКО в сотрудничестве с Детским Фондом ООН (ЮНИСЕФ) приглашает подростков и молодых людей в возрасте от 11 до 19 лет принять участие в Международном дистанционном электронном учебном курсе «Школа блогера. Дайджест для тинейджеров». Курс пройдет с 16 мая по 19 июня 2016 года в режиме онлайн.
Statement by UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake: violence involving children in conflicts has taken a darker turn
“Millions of children around the world today are caught up in adults’ wars – deliberately killed, injured, raped, abducted. Their schools and homes are being destroyed; they are being denied food, water and health care. Tens of thousands are forced to join armed forces and groups".
Andrew Parker: “I help UNICEF so that as many children and adults as possible know the rights of the child”
Andrew Parker (New Zealand), the hot-air balloon pilot and creator of the Flying High For Kids project, visited Minsk in the framework of the Air Sports Festival that took place in Minsk on July 17-19, 2015. Andrew is performing an overland hot air ballooning journey through more than 100 countries and lasting for a four-and-a-half year.
On July 8, the official ceremony dedicated to the appointment of the UN Youth Advisory Panel (UNYAP) in Belarus took place at the IMAGURU business club in Minsk.
UNICEF and H&M Conscious Foundation launched the joint Unicoin charitable project.
UNICEF and the European Union presented Child Rights Toolkit: Integrating child rights in development cooperation
MINSK, 27 May 2015: UNICEF and the European Union presented innovative Child Rights Toolkit: Integrating Child Rights in Development Cooperation providing practical guidance on how to apply a rights-based, child-focused approach to development programming, budgeting, policy-making, and law-making.