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Committing to Child Survival: A Promise Renewed – Progress Report 2012

Committing to Child Survival: A Promise Renewed – Progress Report 2012 examines trends in child mortality since 1990, analyses the causes of preventable child death, and outlines strategies to accelerate progress.

Date of publication: 11 September 2012

Publishers: UNICEF

Convention on the rights of the child

Date of publication: 17 July 2012

Inequities in Early Childhood Development: What the data say

Parents and caregivers play critical roles in determining children’s chances for survival and development, and they can also empower children to become architects of their own lives. Inequities in Early Childhood Development: What the data say provides an overview of childcare practices and aspects of children’s home environments based on data gathered through Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys in select countries. It makes a compelling case for effective action and investment in early childhood development.

Date of publication: 08 February 2012

Publishers: UNICEF, February 2012

Children under the age of Three in Formal Care in Eastern Europe and Central Asia. A Rights-Based Regional Situation Analysis

This report focuses on children under the age of three and argues for a more comprehensive set of integrated interventions aimed at preventing separation of young children from their parents.

Date of publication: 03 January 2012

Publishers: UNICEF Regional Office for CEECIS

The right of children with disabilities to education: A rights-based approach to Inclusive Education

The Right of Children with Disabilities to Education: A Rights-Based Approach to Inclusive Education proposes a conceptual framework on the very specific issues that affect the inclusion of children with disabilities in Central Eastern Europe and Commonwealth of Independent States (CEECIS ). This paper builds on existing frameworks (Salamanca Statement, UNCRC and UNCRPD ) and provides definitions of key concepts – starting with the definition of Inclusive Education – using a human rights approach. It describes the challenges encountered by children with disabilities in CEECIS to get access to education and more importantly, it provides a menu of policies and strategies that need to be put in place and implemented by a range of stakeholders (government, municipalities, non-state actors including parents and civil society...) in order to realize the right of each and every child with a disability to quality education.

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UNICEF Annual Report 2012

2012 was a year of recognizing results for children. As the Millennium Development Goals deadline approaches, we have cause to celebrate declining poverty rates, the near eradication of polio, increased immunizations, more girls attending school, improved access to clean water and nutrition, and more children surviving and thriving beyond their fifth birthdays than ever before.

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Publishers: UNICEF