SCAN spoke with the director of Paper Children about the struggle for families seeking asylum in the U.S., the unique impact on children and her inspiration for the documentary.
In the spirit of spookiness, here are some tricky issues that are affecting kids and ways that you can help treat them.
The 74th UN General Assembly is now in session. This is a great opportunity to call on world leaders to make critical investments to better the lives of children.
There were countless victories for kids in 2018, but here is a quick visual summary of all of the ways that YOU made a lasting difference for kids this year.
As 2018 comes to a close, we’re taking a moment to reflect on the issues and moments that moved us over the year. From the migrant crisis on the border, to the midterm elections, our advocates, supporters and staff formed …
Every vote counts when it comes to issues that impact children. That’s why six Save the Children Action Network volunteers and advocates from around the country contributed to a blog series about why it is important to vote in their state.
This week, SCAN activists across the U.S. rallied for a week of action to urge Congress to increase funding for Head Start and Early Head Start programs.
As a nurse at the Mahama Camp in Rwanda, Jen does it all. She started working with Save the Children in September 2015 and now delivers pre- and post-natal care to women in the camp. For these women, and so many women around the world, simple interventions such as this can mean the difference between life and death.
This week, more than 250 advocates from 34 states attended the annual Save the Children and SCAN Advocacy Summit to receive targeted advocacy training and urge lawmakers to invest in kids. The advocates met with more than 150 lawmakers from both parties and urged them to make key investments in early childhood education in the U.S. and maternal, newborn and child survival programs overseas.
This Friday, we’re flashing back to last year’s Advocacy Summit, a three-day event that brought more than 200 advocates from around the U.S. to Washington D.C. to advocate for kids.