My dad is a liar
How far would you go to give your kids a better life? The dad in this tear-jerking commercial believes that getting his daughter better education is the key to her success in life.
Anything for love
From the moment she’s born there’s nothing this father wouldn’t do for her daughter until one day, in her favourite restaurant, he finally draws the line.
The way home
My Vmeste Children’s Foundation
This Russian foundation shows in an allegoric way that some children have to face very difficult situations.
All of us count
United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs
This year’s Commission on Population and Development at the UN is highlighting the critical importance of demographic data and analysis for achieving sustainable development and for ensuring that no one is left behind in the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
An unfairy tale
Some stories were never meant for children. For 14-year-old Ivine, the war in Syria has taken a huge toll on her home, family, and dreams.
How do you see me?
World Down Syndrome Day
This metaphor is aimed to ignite a conversation around how those living with down syndrome see themselves and how they are sometimes disadvantaged when people pre-judge them based on their condition.
Gin no Sara
The Japanese Gin no Sara advocates to celebrate birthdays at home - going to the restaurant does not always meet expectations.
Ditch your phone and get ice cream for free
Chick-Fil-A is trying to encourage families to put their phones away while they eat together, and people are actually really liking it.
Indicators: The missing piece of the 2030 Agenda
UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs
Sustainable Development Goal indicators are the last missing piece to complete the architecture of the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda, as the Assistant Secretary-General for Economic Development and the Director of UN DESA’s Statistics Division discuss in this video.
Melinda Gates explains why it’s time to acknowledge that parenting is real work and the need to overcome the gender gap on unpaid labor at home.