Publications & reports
UNICEF publications play a critical role in fulfilling the organisation's mandate to advocate for the rights of every child everywhere. Every year, UNICEF publishes a number of flagship reports that you will find in this section.
Humanitarian Action Report 2011
View 2011 Humanitarian Action Report
The Humanitarian Action for Children Report 2011 marks the launch of UNICEF’s annual appeal to donors to assist children and women caught in the throes of crises, this year requesting USD $1.4 billion (NZD $1.9). It highlights 32 countries, including Sri Lanka, Philippines and Pakistan, and emphasizes the increasing importance of strengthening the resilience of communities.
The unprecedented scale of the disasters in Haiti and Pakistan in 2010 triggered an extraordinary global response from all humanitarian organizations and partners. Yet it also underscored the need to strengthen preparedness and risk reduction in the communities that are hit repeatedly by crisis. Granting vulnerable communities…
Innocenti Report Card 9 – the Children Left Behind
This Report Card presents an
overview of inequalities in child
well-being for 24 of the world’s
Three dimensions of inequality are
examined: material well-being,
Innocenti Report Card No. 8– The childcare transition: A league table of education in economically advanced countries.
Innocenti Report Card 8 – The childcare
transition: A league table of early childhood education and care in
economically advanced countries.
Report Card 8, the latest in the report card series from…
Local Government: Respecting the Rights of Our Children
The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCROC) contains a number of universally agreed human rights that are specific to children. As a ratifying State, our Government has an obligation…