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We support and advocate for UNICEF in the United States. UNICEF fights for the survival and development of all children, in all situations, all of the time.
We support and advocate for UNICEF in the United States. UNICEF fights for the survival and development of all children, in all situations, all of the time.

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As the full impact of #HurricaneMatthew becomes clear in the next hours, UNICEF is prepared to take immediate emergency response measures in coordination with governments and other partners.
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Please tune in Next Wednesday, July 27th for our G+ Hangout on trafficking!
World Day Against Trafficking in Persons falls on July 30th. The day was declared by the UN to “raise awareness of the situation of victims of human trafficking and for the promotion and protection of their rights.” This year, we will be having a Google+ Hangout on July 27th in honor of World Day Against Trafficking in Persons. Panelists will include members of government, NGOs, civil society, and social service providing agencies in order to raise awareness about human trafficking.

Theme of the Google+ Hangout:
Combatting trafficking through the Four P’s: Why we need Protection, Prevention, Prosecution and Partnerships to create a world free of exploitation.


We have an amazing lineup of experts who will speak to each prong:

Malea Otranto- End Trafficking Project, Moderator

Protection:
Brook Bello: Founder and CEO, More Too Life

Prosecution:
Srgt. Donna Gavin: Boston Police Department, Human Trafficking Unit

Partnerships:
Mara Vanderslice Kelly: United Way Center on Human Trafficking & Slavery

Prevention:
Emily Pasnak-Lapchick: UNICEF USA's End Trafficking Project
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World Day Against Trafficking in Persons falls on July 30th. The day was declared by the UN to “raise awareness of the situation of victims of human trafficking and for the promotion and protection of their rights.” This year, we will be having a Google+ Hangout on July 27th in honor of World Day Against Trafficking in Persons. Panelists will include members of government, NGOs, civil society, and social service providing agencies in order to raise awareness about human trafficking.

Theme of the Google+ Hangout:
Combatting trafficking through the Four P’s: Why we need Protection, Prevention, Prosecution and Partnerships to create a world free of exploitation.


We have an amazing lineup of experts who will speak to each prong:

Malea Otranto- End Trafficking Project, Moderator

Protection:
Brook Bello: Founder and CEO, More Too Life

Prosecution:
Srgt. Donna Gavin: Boston Police Department, Human Trafficking Unit

Partnerships:
Mara Vanderslice Kelly: United Way Center on Human Trafficking & Slavery

Prevention:
Emily Pasnak-Lapchick: UNICEF USA's End Trafficking Project
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Nelson Mandela was not only a champion of equal rights in his own country, but also of the rights of children, around the world. Today on ‪#‎MandelaDay‬, we celebrate this incredible legacy.
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As violence escalates in ‪#‎Fallujah‬ and across Iraq, the country's children are once again hit the hardest. They shouldn't have to endure this.
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In recognition of World Day for Cultural Diversity, this Hangout will highlight the importance of diversity and inclusion in preventing violence. We will also discuss how improving gender equity strengthens communities of all cultures against poverty and exploitation.

Join in on the dialogue! Viewers are invited to participate in a Q&A with the panelists at the end of the discussion.
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#‎ForceForChange‬ Week 4 Challenge: Fundraise the most this week to win 2 tickets to London to attend Star Wars Celebration and get to meet Mark Hamill! +Star Wars: Force for Change will match all donations, up to $1,000,000. Plus every $10 donated or raised is a chance to win a trip to Ireland!
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UNICEF working nonstop to help kids affected by #EcuadorEarthquake. Support relief efforts: http://bit.ly/1SkW1qk
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On ‪#‎WorldWaterDay‬, learn how UNICEF helped thousands of children in Guinea get clean water — safely and without fear. ‪#‎WWD2016‬
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Children who lack access to safe water and sanitation are more vulnerable to violence. Join us for a conversation about the link between safe sanitation and violence prevention. The panel will be followed by a Q&A session with the audience.  

Panelists:
- David Tsetse, UNICEF WASH Specialist
- Hannah Gould, U.S. Fund for UNICEF, End Trafficking Project
- Caroline Dzeba, U.S. Fund for UNICEF Marketing Officer, UNICEF Tap Project
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