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“GRAVE VIOLATIONS AGAINST CHILDREN MUST STOP”- Statement by Save the Children CEO Inger Ashing
Civilians in Gaza in extreme peril while the world watches on: Ten requirements to avoid an even worse catastrophe
Statement by Principals of the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC): Civilians in Gaza in extreme peril while the world watches on
No respite for children and families in Gaza as UN Security Council ceasefire resolution fails to pass
Bangkok’s children exposed to toxic air seven out of ten days in 2023 
Two children killed and three injured in Yemen landmine explosion
Statement on conflict-induced hunger in Gaza
Philippines: Nearly 100,000 families displaced by floods and landslides as concerns rise over wellbeing of children – Save the Children
DRC: At least 78,000 children displaced and families ripped apart as fighting escalates
Save the Children’s founder receives cemetery honour in Geneva in key centenary year
Safer Internet Day: Top tips to keep your kids safe online
Preliminary research finds children already exercise caution online but also urge for stronger safety measures
New research: Children show caution when interacting with people they don’t know online but want greater protection
UNRWA funding cuts threaten Palestinian lives in Gaza and region, say NGOS
More than half of children fleeing to Europe face danger on their journeys, survey finds
16 Leading Humanitarian and Human Rights Organisations Call to Stop Arms Transfers to Israel, Palestinian Armed Groups
Yemen: Escalation spells disaster for civilians still reeling from crisis say INGOs
Australian politicians travel across Timor Sea to see impact of Australian aid in Indonesia
UNRWA funding cuts threaten Palestinian lives in Gaza and region, say 20 NGOs
New Victorian State Director appointed
GAZA: 10,000 children killed in nearly 100 days of war
GAZA: Blocking food supplies to Gaza will have life-long impacts on children with malnutrition rising – Save the Children
Massive fire in Rohingya camp leaves 4,200 children homeless
Israeli siege and bombardment threaten Gaza with ‘risk of famine’
SUDAN: Humanitarian response crippled as Wad Madani – an aid hub and home to 700,000 people – is overtaken
Nearly 30,000 babies will be born in Sudan over next three months with no medical assistance – Save the Children
Major projections calling for a ceasefire in Gaza appear in cities across Australia
UKRAINE: Save the Children boardgame shows children how to avoid mine dangers
Leading human rights groups and campaigners join Global Day of Action and urge Australians to call for a lasting ceasefire
Children with disabilities across the Pacific Islands at greater risk as climate impacts worsen
Australian aid agencies welcome Australia’s calls for a ‘sustainable ceasefire’ in Gaza: ‘Every day we do not have a ceasefire more children will die’
Save the Children backs National School Reform Agreement report, calls for focus on student wellbeing
Save the Children: Hunger named as the most concerning issue facing children in 2023
Water shortages linked to climate change exacerbating the risks to children in Gaza conflict
Australian development agencies urge Australian government to commit funding to new Loss and Damage Fund
‘Nowhere to go’ – Over one million children in Gaza at risk of being killed
Dengue Fever: At least 5 million cases and 5,500 deaths in horror year
The Green Climate Fund, the Global Partnership for Education and Save the Children launch the world’s largest investment for green schools at COP28
Siege in Timbuktu: Nearly 74,000 children trapped in city and running out of food
Save the children condemns exploitation of children for geopolitical end as first group of child hostages and child detainees released
More than 400 Rohingya children arrive by boat in Indonesia in past week as more refugees risk lives at sea
Centre for Humanitarian Leadership wins Engagement Australia Excellence Award
Deakin’s Centre for Humanitarian Leadership wins Engagement Australia Excellence Award
Launch of new project in QLD aims to lift conversation about respect and domestic violence 
Horn of Africa: Over 100 killed and 700,000 displaced by El Nino rains as region braces for more wild weather
Save the Children calls for urgent investigation after at least 70 people, including children, killed in Burkina Faso massacre
Young Australians want the right to a healthy environment enshrined in law
Save the Children’s 54 reasons continues commitment to domestic and family violence service delivery in north west Queensland