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.
Angela Maria Rosales, the National Director of SOS Children’s Villages Colombia, says the organisation is well positioned to help families fleeing Venezuela.
At the young age of eight, Tito demanded that he and his siblings be kept together in alternative care following the death of his parents. He was determined and successful.