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Getting into the Game: Leveraging a Mega Sporting Event to Promote Children’s Rights

During the 2nd European Games in Belarus, thousands of people travelled to Minsk to enjoy a sporting mega-event and cheer for competing athletes. UNICEF, officially recognized as the only non-commercial, social legacy partner, has seized the moment to raise awareness about issues affecting children in Belarus and reach out to wider public to advocate for children’s rights.

Sport and Play #foreverychild: UNICEF Deputy Regional Director in Europe and Central Asia Visit to Belarus

Sport and play are the rights of every child. They are important for healthy development, self-esteem and confidence. Sport unites millions of people around the world, driving them to act and change the world for the better. In our work, we pay great attention to ensuring that safe and inclusive sports are available to every child in the region.

Фан-зоны ЮНИСЕФ: спорт, игры и инклюзия для каждого

Детский фонд ООН (ЮНИСЕФ) является некоммерческим партнером по социальному наследию на II Европейских играх в Минске. И мы очень рады не просто продвигать идеи инклюзии в спорте и в обществе, но и делать это весело и интересно для вас — детей, подростков и взрослых! 

ЮНИСЕФ и II Европейские игры отметили День спорта во благо развития и мира

В этом году День спорта во благо развития и мира ЮНИСЕФ в Беларуси отметил необычно: участием в церемонии принятия эстафеты огня II Европейских Игр 2019 в Минске. На торжественном мероприятии 6 апреля был презентован факел, маршрут эстафеты, форма факелоносцев.

Moda Italia Minsk for inclusive society for every child

Moda Italia Minsk fashion show in cooperation with UNICEF have once again raised important social issues related to children's rights. On March 30 at the Prime Hall, organizers not only introduced the latest fashion trends to the Minsk public but also brought children from different social groups to the catwalk in order to draw attention to the inclusion issue.

The first National Resource Center for Inclusive Education was opened with the UNICEF support

On March 29, the first National Resource Center for Inclusive Education was opened in Minsk, which was the result of the joint work of the Ministry of Education, Belarusian State Pedagogical University (BSPU) and the UN Children's Fund (UNICEF) in Belarus.