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Tanu Anand, Global Campaign Communications Manager
#Fearless - campaigning for children on the move

In a time where the refugee crisis went from public outrage to fear. In a time where Swedish politicians decided to go from openness to a ”European minimum” in live tv. In a time where bombs were...

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What impact has the Every Last Child campaign had in 2016?

In April 2016 we launched our Every Last Child campaign in over 70 countries. In the past year, we have seen incredible successes, progress and outcomes at national, regional and international...

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Sri Lanka begins campaign for children of migrated parents

Save the Children on 16th of December conducted an “Advocacy Forum” focusing impact of parental migration on children through which EVERY LAST CHILD Campaign was launched in Sri Lanka. The Advocacy...

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Afghanistan stands up for the rights of street working girls

On the occasion of International Day of the Girl on 11 October, Save the Children, in collaboration with ArtLords, a group of Afghan artists and activists, painted a portrait of an Afghan street...

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Lives through a lens: New photo series by Delphine Diallo

Originally featured on Buzzfeed....

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Afghan children cannot wait

On 5 October 2016, the European Union and the Government of Afghanistan will co-host the Brussels conference on Afghanistan....

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Meet Hiba: our youth delegate at UNGA71

See the UN General Assembly in New York through the eyes of Hiba on Twitter and Instagram. ...

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Meet Anoyara: our youth delegate at UNGA71

Follow our other youth delegate, Hiba....

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A lesson in working with high-profile influencers

We spoke to Kadi Jumu, Director of Advocacy and Communications in our office in Sierra Leone to tell us about their association with the First Lady and how her association is working to achieve our...

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Forgotten crisis, forgotten children

On 7 July 2016, Save the Children in Yemen launched a film to tell the stories of children affected by the conflict. Since the beginning of the war, over 1,000 children have been killed and...

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In Vietnam, children from ethnic minority bear the brunt of under-nutrition

The most disadvantaged group in Vietnam, ethnic minority children have been facing a striking gap in nutrition and other development conditions in comparison with Kinh, the majority group. They may...

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Providing aid for 4-year-old Meah

The four-year-old Meah* was left behind by her own mother at Surat Thani shelter in southern Thailand in March 2015.  Back in December 2014, Meah, her mother, and her baby sister were caught by the...

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