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Help the World's Children: Attend the UNICEF Campus Summit!

End Trafficking

New York City, NY
October 11, 2013

In October, the U.S. Fund for UNICEF will host 300 college student leaders and activists for a dynamic discussion on how they can make a better world for children.

Participants will share ideas and best practices, participate in workshops and bring the most recent UNICEF resources back to their local communities. The UNICEF Campus Initiative Summit is a special opportunity for collaboration, inspiration and learning — all serving UNICEF’s mission of fighting for a day when every child has a safe and healthy childhood.

Watch the video from our summit 2 years ago and then follow the link to register!

p.s. The number of children dying from causes we know how to prevent is now 19,000. We are just one step closer to ZERO!

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  • Emily Pasnak-Lapchick

    I've attended the Campus Summit for the past 2 years. The first year I participated in an Emergency Simulation where we were assigned to different groups - journalists, headquarters, child protection, child survival - and we had to come up with a plan of how to respond to the emergency at hand. It was so eye opening to see how much pressure there is and how many decisions have to be made in such a short time when emergencies like earthquakes and tsunamis happen.

    Both experiences have been really valuable learning experiences, but my favorite part is networking with fellow advocates who are working to help the world's children!

    • Alessandra Rizzotti

      This is featured on the homepage today! Thanks for making us aware of it with your great comment!

    • Alessandra Rizzotti

      Thanks for sharing. I compile a list of crowdsourced activities people can participate in, and towards October, I could include this one. Check out:

      • End Trafficking

        That's awesome Alessandra! Thank you for helping us to promote this event!