Our new UNICEF campaign, A Child Is A Child, highlights the plight of uprooted children, urging people to see past the refugee and migrant labels and value each child as a child, no matter what. The campaign film, directed by Rankin, aims to challenge refugee stereotypes and prejudices.
We have launched four new films as part of our A Child Is A Child campaign for UNICEF. They celebrate the vital and loving roles played by aunts, brothers, uncles and sisters, and highlight the absurdity and dangers of excluding them which is exactly what the UK's current refugee family reunion laws do. The films call on the public to sign a petition, asking the Government to stop keeping families apart. Help us fix the law. Please sign the petition here.