Young people with experience in alternative care shared recommendations on how to improve the leaving care process with more than 60 representatives from governments, NGOs, youth welfare services and universities.
20 November marks the 29th anniversary of the adoption of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. The greatest way to honour this landmark accord is to live up to its ambition of building a better world for younger generations.
Agnes, 12, and Haneen, 15, have both taken action for child rights in their own countries and communities.
SOS Children’s Villages is joining world leaders today at the UN in New York to launch a new partnership that aims to get every young person into quality education, training or employment by 2030.
Children separated from caregivers at US border now need stability and predictability says SOS Mental Health and Psychosocial Advisor.
On World Refugee Day, SOS Children’s Villages CEO calls on authorities worldwide to respect the basic rights of displaced children.