For Every Child, a Fair Chance – #FightUnfair


Human Wrongs Watch

20 November 2015 (UNICEF)* – Unfair is…not knowing where your family is going to sleep tonight. Unfair is…that nearly half the people living in extreme poverty are children. Join us and #FightUnfair – to make the world a fairer place for all children. 

  • #FightUnfair

For every child, a fair chance

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  • UNICEF India Ambassador Priyanka Chopra Among young people, females are 1.7X as likely to be illiterate as males

    Among young people,
    females are 1.7X as likely
    to be illiterate as males

  • UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Orlando Bloom 1 in 5 refugees and migrants arriving in Europe is a child

    1 in 5 refugees and
    migrants arriving in
    Europe is a child

  • UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Shakira The poorest children are 5X more likely to be out of school than the richest children

    The poorest children are
    5X more likely to be
    out of school than the
    richest children

  • UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Liam Neeson 1 child dies from violence every 5 minutes

    1 child dies from violence
    every 5 minutes

  • UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Angélique Kidjo More than 700 million women alive today were married as children

    More than 700 million
    women alive today
    were married as children

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  • May 2015: A child sits in a makeshift school set up after the April and May earthquakes in Nepal

    Nominate a
    #FightUnfair Champion

  • 2015: A girl, 12, talks about how she feels about child marriage, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

    Tell us why you
    #FightUnfair

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How can we make the world a fairer place for children?

Tag UNICEF on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Snapchat and use
the #FightUnfair hashtag, and we’ll share our favourites here.

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Rodrigo, 17, United States of America

“My idea to end violence against children is advocating for universal primary and secondary education for all boys and girls.”

– Rodrigo, 17,
United States of America

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*Source: UNICEF. Go to Original.

2015 Human Wrongs Watch

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