Many children are excluded from education because they have a disability or belong to an ethnic minority. Save the Children has focused on nine countries to show that this can change.
During emergencies, children need protection and support from well-trained humanitarian workers. Meet children and workers in the Philippines.
Meet children on the move in Bangladesh. These videos were produced for The IKEA Foundation’s annual campaign Let’s Play and used in social media.
Muna is training teachers in Syria. But the border is closed due to the on-going war. All training is done remotely.
Thousands of children are on the move in Ethiopia today. Meet some of them in these videos produced for IKEA Foundation’s campaign Let’s Play for Change.
Child migration is a big issue in Bangladesh. Meet children and people working to prevent unsafe migration and supporting children that are on the move.
Business leaders talk about why child rights not only matters to your company, but that there is a solid business case to working with the Children’s Rights and Business Principles.
In this series of short interview films 14 company leaders and heads of civil society organisations talk about why child rights in an important part of your business.
Films produced by Save the Children Australia in 2014. Video production on location by Mats Lignell, Unsaid. Editing and post-production by Save the Children Australia.
Meet Shiba, Akhi and Rohan from Bangladesh. The videos were produced for Save the Children Sweden as part of a child protection campaign focusing on sexual violence.
Meet Salma, Aisha and Ali who are survivors of sexual abuse. Also meet Sabra who is presiding over Zanzibar’s first child friendly court.