Look at those faces how can you deny their future how can you let those faces go with no food begin on the streets in the UK as i writte this today 2022 . It makes me sick thinking that pigs like Boris Johnson let that to happen how do they sleep at night?
Rich men getting richer and they let those poor souls to starve to death agfain 2022 UK. The queen the mother of all turn her back she doesn’t want to know and i can deeply sense some guild inside their souls if they have one.
we should embrace our future we should give them all we got because we are depend on them they are our scientists our future Doctors Our future future and we killing them.
To all the governments you should gfeel ashamed of uyourselves you are not men but cowards filthy pigs dirty fuckers I hope your souls will never rest in peace but for eternity you ll suffer the pain you are causing to the peoiple today.
And us as citizens we let them get away with the scandals their stupid actions morons as they are we let them do as they pleased.
More than 21,000 people signed our petition calling on Prime Minister Boris Johnson to help end child deaths from preventable disease.
.Nearly 700,000 newborn babies supported by Unicef’s Baby Friendly Initiative
.More than 1.75 million children go to schools that are putting rights at the heart of their culture
.46,000 people and 1,050 schools joined our campaign to protect UK children from air pollution
On 20 November, Unicef held a series of events to mark World’s Children’s Day and the anniversary of the adoption of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child:
Unicef Goodwill Ambassador David Beckham released a heart-warming film that reached more than 11.5 million people
Outright empowered UK schoolchildren to speak out in support of children’s rights around the world
Thank you to everyone who helped us achieve so much for children in 2017.
Labour MP Zarah Sultana asked about the charity’s decision in the House of Commons yesterday, and Rees-Mogg said
: “I think it’s a real scandal that Unicef should be playing politics in this way, when it is meant to be looking after people in the poorest, the most deprived places in the world, where people are starving, where there are famines, where there are civil wars.
“And they make cheap political points of this kind, giving I think £25,000 to one council.
“It is a political stunt of the lowest order.”
Rees-Mogg said that 100,000 fewer children in the UK now lived in “absolute poverty” compared with 2010, when the Conservatives came to power.
He added: “Unicef should be ashamed of itself”.
The Children’s Society estimates that four million children in the UK currently live in poverty
Unicef has changed the law firm that will carry out an independent review of the UK board’s conduct because it had an existing client relationship with the first firm it appointed.]#
Last month, Sacha Deshmukh, the charity’s executive director, reportedly resigned in protest at the board’s response to bullying allegations made against its chair, according to Third Sector.
The charity then announced an external review into the allegations. On 24 September, it released a statement saying that the review would be led by an external adviser from the law firm Bates Wells.
However, it has now announced that Morgan, Lewis & Bockius UK, “a leading international law firm with strong UK charity sector and investigation experience”, will be conducting the review.
A spokesperson said: “Unicef UK has an existing relationship with Bates Wells and on reflection we felt it was best to have an independent law firm that doesn’t have an existing client relationship with Unicef UK to conduct the external review.”
The former Labour MP Douglas Alexander denies any wrongdoing but resigned as chair last month. Vice-chair Caroline Underwood also left the charity.
Data from the Food Foundation estimated 18 percent of 8-17 year-olds reported experiences of food insecurity over the summer holiday, when a food voucher system was in place for eligible families.
Meanwhile, food bank charity the Trussell Trust said, on average, they gave out 2,600 parcels of food to children every day between April and September.
UNICEF gave £7000000 to the UK for the children ib poverty but the press kept that very quite and stupid s they are they support the wrong people instead as journalist to spek out the truth they pay more attention how much more they can make.
It makes me sick to my stomach having the banks lie to our faces while they are making more money because of us, this needs to stop the sooner the better.
A blind democracy we are living in the dark stages of ur lives and after 3 almost years still most of us are a sleep.
Slowly but sready some big number strart to waking up to the reallity they thought it was a lie, never too late I guess, we need all together to take action ,
Energy crisis they blame Ukrania and Russia , in Germany prices went up by 27% in France the lowest 12% in UK 215% we have been treated like stupid time to wake up and take action
Don’t let them burn your future they are billioners scams of earth and they do as they pleased we are much better we can do better , do not let them kill you or your childrens future enough is enough they ……. morons.
Unicef has defended its decision to fund emergency food aid in the UK for the first time in its history, following criticism in Parliament.
The charity said that it was responding to an “unprecedented crisis” in child hunger in the UK, after Jacob Rees-Mogg, a Conservative MP and the Leader of the House of Commons, accused Unicef of pulling “a political stunt”.
Unicef UK said that it will use £700,000 of its funds to support community groups around the country next year.
Unicef announced on Wednesday that it was giving a £25,000 grant to the charity School Food Matters,
which would work with Southwark council in south London to supply breakfast boxes to families over the Christmas holiday.
At the time Anna Ketley, director of programmes and advocacy at Unicef UK, told Sky News:
“We are recognising that this is an unprecedented situation which requires everyone to roll their sleeves up, step in and support children and families that need it most at this time.”
In response to Rees-Mogg, Kettley said: “Unicef UK is responding to this unprecedented crisis and building on our 25 years’ experience of working on children’s rights in the UK with a one-off domestic response, launched in August, to provide support to vulnerable children and families around the country during this crisis period.
“In partnership with Sustain, the food and farming alliance, over £700,000 of Unicef UK funds is being granted to community groups around the country to support their vital work helping children and families at risk of food insecurity during the coronavirus pandemic.
“Unicef will continue to spend our international funding helping the world’s poorest children.
“We believe that every child is important and deserves to survive and thrive no matter where they are born.”
Other aid charities have backed Unicef’s decision, including Save the Children UK, which tweeted: “We stand with Unicef UK as they provide this vital support to children in the UK.”
Initially, Unicef said that a “full” review had been launched by “the board”, and that it was meant to be “swift and thorough”.
Yesterday the charity said that the review had begun and that it has been “jointly” commissioned by both global UNICEF and Unicef UK.
The law firm independently determined the review’s “terms of reference” in order to make sure that it is “comprehensive, fair and impartial”.
It will be looking at allegations made by Deshmukh and any other staff members against the former chair, as well as into the board’s conduct in response to the allegations and in dealing with Deshmukh’s resignation.
Unicef UK will publish the findings on its website and make them available to the Charity Commission.
The charity has not shared any details on when the review is expected to be completed.
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UN humanitarian aid agency Unicef are providing over £700,000 in emergency funding to feed hungry children in the UK, for the first time in their 70 year history.
This is the first time Unicef have launched a domestic emergency response in the UK, with money going to “over 30 communities up and down the” country.
Anna Kettley, Director of Programmes at Unicef UK, told LBC: “We know that the coronavirus pandemic is the most urgent crisis affecting children since the Second World War and it is ending childrens’ lives everywhere, including right here at home.
“We know that before the pandemic 2.4 million children across the UK were already growing up in food insecure households and that since the lockdown period and the ongoing crisis, 32 percent of households have experienced a drop of income.
“Some families are having to make some really difficult decisions right now between heating and eating.”
Conservative government killing our children wake up people before it’s too late