Libya Representative Michele Servadei speaks about the scale of devastation after catastrophic floods in Libya.
UNICEF is on the ground ready to deliver aid in the wake of a powerful earthquake in Morocco.
As students in Ukraine begin their school year, Global Spokesperson James Elder talks about a new lesson in their curriculum, landmine safety.
Behind the News (BTN)
Young Ambassador Denzel James announces his new role and speaks about how he will make a positive impact in his advocacy area of climate change and disasters.
In an opinion piece to Women’s Agenda, Chief Advocate for Children Nicole Breeze says our wellbeing index can set up Australia for success.
The Kimberley Echo
Nine new Young Ambassadors have been announced for 2023. Meet Abbi Dean, representing Western Australia and the area of First Nations social justice.
Deputy Representative for Sudan, Mary Louise Eagleton, speaks to ABC news and warns the future of Sudan is at stake.
UNICEF Australia has partnered with Pathfinders to provide free birth certificates to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and adults.
The Daily Telegraph
UNICEF Australia CEO Tony Stuart tells The Daily Telegraph why Australians should vote Yes for a Voice to Parliament.
Tasmanian, James Maiden, talks to Kids News about his experience working in South Sudan as Chief of Communications at UNICEF.
The West Australian
UNICEF emergency specialist Peta Barns heads home to Perth after earthquakes that devastated Syria and Türkiye, where she talks to The West Australian about her experience.
Yahoo! News speaks to UNICEF Australia's Head of Child Rights Policy & Advocacy, Katie Maskiell, about the effects of climate change on the well-being of Australian children.
ABC Radio National
Australian Emergency Specialist at UNICEF, Peta Barns, speaks to ABC RN as Syria and Türkiye mark 100 days since devastating earthquakes.
Sydney Morning Herald (SMH)
UNICEF released its State of the World's Children report, highlighting the decline in vaccine confidence around the world, including Australia.
The Pacific nation of Vanuatu has endured two earthquakes and two cyclones within days. ABC News speaks to UNICEF's Eric Durpaire about the destruction of the natural disasters.
Heading the Australian athlete 'most marketable' list, UNICEF Australia' Ambassador Pat Cummins supports early learning programs for Indigenous children in remote communities.
In an opinion piece for The Australian, to mark International Women’s Day, UNICEF Australia Chair, Ann Sherry, writes that there is no country on track to meet the UN’s Sustainable Development Goal of achieving gender equality by 2030.
Sky News: First Edition
One year on from when the war in Ukraine begun, UNICEF Spokesperson James Elder explains how the war has brought “kindness” amid the “pain” he has witnessed first-hand.
A Current Affair
Emergency Specialist at UNICEF, Peta Barnes, is an everyday Australian carrying out one extraordinary mission to help the people of Syria and Türkiye.
Sydney Morning Herald (SMH)
UNICEF Australia’s chief advocate for children, Nicole Breeze, speaks to the change that needs to be made in childcare affordability and accessibility as the government prepares to tackle the issues.
UNICEF spokesperson James Elder speaks to 4BC as the death toll rises from horror earthquake in Türkiye, Syria
UNICEF executive director Catherine Russell on the situation in Syria and Türkiye in the aftermath of the earthquake.
UNICEF spokesperson, James Elder, speaks with 3AW Melbourne about the desperate search as the Türkiye and Syria earthquake death toll skyrockets.
The Canberra Times
Treasurer Jim Chalmers started a "conversation" about measuring wellbeing in Australia, UNICEF Spokesperson, Elliot Stein, weighs in on the discussion.
ABC RN Radio
International aid agencies are warning that millions are suffering from food shortages, and over 200 thousand are at high risk of dying of starvation in Somalia.
UNICEF Australia Ambassador, Emma McKeon speaks to the Daily Telegraph about children and sports on International Children's Day.
Calls for outreach support in remote communities to help First Nations' people gain birth certificates.
The West Australian
There is a fresh call for Australia to create a national polio surveillance network, as Victoria increases its wastewater testing.
‘It is beyond bleak’: Pakistan floods affecting 16m children, says Unicef. Devastating conditions were triggered by heavy monsoon rains that have so far killed more than 1,500 people.
A year after the Taliban seized power, Afghanistan’s economy is in ruins – and women are paying the highest price.
A year after the fall of Kabul UNICEF Afghanistan’s Sam Mort speaks to Yalda Hakim about this crisis of education, and how she still has hope for the future.
More employers offering leave to grandparents thanks to an initiative by workplace advisory group Parents at Work and UNICEF, which was launched last year to lift workplace standards for families and carers.