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Christchurch: See through My EyesA rich and emotive photography exhibition documenting the effects of the Canterbury earthquakes by a group of Christchurch children. The exhibition has been invited to Manila and will be shown in the Yuchengco Gallery in Manila Find out more ...
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Banging the Drum - Level 5. A social inquiry unit aimed at helping New Zealand students understand the Pacific as more than a tourist destination. Through this unit we explore themes such as poverty, climate change, water, education and development aid.
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For Each and Every Child - He Taonga Tonu te tamariki
To celebrate the 22nd Anniversary of the UNROC we published a new book 'For Each and Every Child - He Taonga Tonu te Tamariki' a picture book illustrating children's rights in child friendly language and illustrated by notable New Zealand artists.
UNICEF NZ Book Launch
UNICEF NZ Book Launch
Copies of this book are available for purchase.
Download Teacher Support Materials, developed in collaboration with Learning Media, aimed at levels 1 - 4. For more information firstname.lastname@example.org .
World Education Games 2013
The World Education Games are over for 2013. We are incredibly grateful to the following schools who collectively raised enough funds to purchase an amazing 24 School in a Box Kits!
- Breens Intermediate School
- Cobham Intermediate School
- Murrays Bay Intermediate School
- Orakei Primary School
- Remarkables Primary School
Oak House School, Barcelona, Spain - is the winner of the field trip to a UNICEF supported education project in Laos.
Children of SyriaThe conflict in Syria has now reached a troubling milestone of 2 years. Thousands of innocent children continue to be affected by the violence, and the UN have declared that more than 1,000,000 refugees have officially fled the country. The Syria Powerpoint focuses on what it means to be a refugee or IDP, and explains how agencies like UNICEF are responding to this humanitarian emergency.
Download Syria ppt level 4 - 5
As the temperatures drop to zero or below, UNICEF is ramping up operations in Syria to help displaced people cope with the harsh winter conditions. Syrian Refugees hit 1 million, watch the video.