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17 June 2013 - Iraq, 2013: Every minute eight people flee their homes to escape conflict, persecution or natural disaster. Annually on 20 June, World Refugee Day draws attention to the struggles of over 43.7 million refugees and displaced people around the globe. In Iraq’s Domiz camp, Syrian children and women register for food rations. The ongoing war in Syria has sent over 1.4 million refugees outside the country.   ©UNICEF/Salam Abdulmunem www.unicef.org/photography

17 June 2013 - Iraq, 2013: Every minute eight people flee their homes to escape conflict, persecution or natural disaster. Annually on 20 June, World Refugee Day draws attention to the struggles of over 43.7 million refugees and displaced people around the globe. In Iraq’s Domiz camp, Syrian children and women register for food rations. The ongoing war in Syria has sent over 1.4 million refugees outside the country. ©UNICEF/Salam Abdulmunem www.unicef.org/photography

Impresa amica dell'UNICEF | lartdevivre - arredamento online

Diana-Lourdi (age shows a photograph she took during a UNICEF-organized photography workshop in Espoir, Haiti - a camp for people displaced by the 12 January 2010 earthquake.

Children attend class at a UNICEF-supported tent school, in a camp for people displaced the country’s worst flooding in decades. UNICEF is also providing medical care, immunizations, hygiene kits, safe drinking water, sanitation services and shelter in flood-affected areas. Still, some 17 million people – 8.6 million of whom are children – remain threatened by malnutrition and waterborne diseases - Pakistan, 2010 ©UNICEF/Marta Ramoneda

Children attend class at a UNICEF-supported tent school, in a camp for people displaced the country’s worst flooding in decades. UNICEF is also providing medical care, immunizations, hygiene kits, safe drinking water, sanitation services and shelter in flood-affected areas. Still, some 17 million people – 8.6 million of whom are children – remain threatened by malnutrition and waterborne diseases - Pakistan, 2010 ©UNICEF/Marta Ramoneda

Word Art about abuse | Verbal abuse is still abuse!

Very powerful picture. Teach our kids bullying is the cowards way. Adults pay attention to what you say, you can cause hurt! - Thankful I can protect my children from these awful people!

CAN YOU SEE ME?  ---  Khaled Ibn Al-Waleed (age 5 months), who is severely malnourished, was rushed to Al-Sabeen Hospital in Sana’a, Yeman after suffering from vomiting and diarrhoea for 10 days.  His mother comforts him, at the hospital’s UNICEF-supported therapeutic feeding centre.  Yemen has the world’s second-highest rates of chronic malnutrition, largely stemming from poor nutritional practices and unsafe water.    © UNICEF/Ameen AlGhabri  To see more: www.unicef.org/photography

Khaled Ibn Al-Waleed (age 5 months), who is severely malnourished, was rushed to Al-Sabeen Hospital in Sana’a, Yeman after suffering from vomiting and diarrhoea for 10 days.

https://flic.kr/p/fuuXXQ | CAN YOU SEE ME? Firimin, 13 | Côte d’Ivoire, March 2012: (Foreground) Firimin Kouassi carries palm nuts on his uncle’s cacao plantation in Bas-Sassandra Region. Like half of eligible children in the region, one of the country’s main cacao-growing areas, he does not attend school. Most of the children help their parents work, and those who do go to school usually work on days when they are not in the classroom. UNICEF supports initiatives to improve access to basic…

https://flic.kr/p/fuuXXQ | CAN YOU SEE ME? Firimin, 13 | Côte d’Ivoire, March 2012: (Foreground) Firimin Kouassi carries palm nuts on his uncle’s cacao plantation in Bas-Sassandra Region. Like half of eligible children in the region, one of the country’s main cacao-growing areas, he does not attend school. Most of the children help their parents work, and those who do go to school usually work on days when they are not in the classroom. UNICEF supports initiatives to improve access to basic…

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What a great poster! Anti-bully poster - a great photography/media project (design own anti-bullying poster with own photograph)

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