A large majority of the world’s youth are experiencing lower levels of well-being
- World Day Against Child Labour (12.06.2014)
- Cities for Children: Annual conference 2014 (14.05.2014)
- High Level Conference on "Nutrition and Physical Activity from Childhood to Old Age: challenges and opportunities" (25.02.2014)
- International Day of Zero Tolerance to Female Genital Mutilation (06.02.2014)
Papers and Reports
- Ending Newborn Deaths (Save the Children, March 2014)
- Children's Rights Alliance Report Card 2014 (Children's Rights Alliance, February 2014) </span>
- The State of the World's Children 2014: Every child counts (UNICEF, January 2014) </span>
- [[State of the World’s Mothers 2013 (Surviving the First Day) </span>Save the Children, January 2014) </span>
- The Dark Side Of Easter: Child Slave Labor And How To Source Ethical Chocolate This Holiday (The Daily Meal, 15.04.2014)
- Children's Views of Life in Scotland (Children's Parliament, 15.04.2014)
- Children Under 15 to be Prohibited from Working in Mexico (Prensa Latina, 14.04.2014)
- Developing countries, partners renew WASH pledges (devex, 14.04.2014)
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