What are your dreams for the world's children?
As part of our Speak Up For Children campaign, we asked our supporters a simple question: what are your dreams for children? Your dreams for the world's children - or if you’re a parent or grandparent, your dreams for your own children or grandchildren.
- My dream for the world's children: a place where all children can grow up to fulfil their full, unlimited potential in life. Where children can go to school, with access to education, that is safe, supportive of their needs and encourages them to grow and learn. I would particularly like to highlight that in some parts of the world, children cannot access their education due to repeated natural disasters, caused by global warming. If this isn't failing our children, I don't know what is! Lets hope this gets addressed at the Rio Earth Summit. I’ve spoken up for children, will you? bit.ly/speakup-unicef
- My dream for children: is that every child will have access to an education, to vital vaccinations and to a home, regardless of money. UNICEF are working to give every child around the world the opportunities to be whoever and whatever they want to be. UNICEF are speaking up for children, but more importantly will you? www.unicef.org.uk/shf
- I dream that every child has the best possible health care and the chance to go to school. Every year, more than 7.5 million children die before their fifth birthday. This is wrong and a tragic waste of human potential. We can prevent most of these deaths of young children. This June, the Rio Earth Summit will discuss the future of our planet, but children do not appear on the agenda. How can we talk about the future without talking about children? This is why I asked Nick Clegg to speak up for children at the Summit. Clegg can help prevent these needless deaths. Clegg can help children realise their dreams. I’ve spoken up for children. Please will you? bit.ly/speakup-unicef
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