Quel avenir pour les enfants du monde ? Documentaire

World Health Organization (WHO) published this video item, entitled “Quel avenir pour les enfants du monde ? Documentaire” – below is their description.

L’urgence climatique, les conflits et les migrations, l’omniprésence des inégalités et les pratiques commerciales abusives mettent en danger la santé et l’avenir des enfants partout dans le monde; la COVID-19 et le ralentissement économique mondial ne faisant que s’ajouter à ces problèmes.

Dans ce film, nous présentons les principales conclusions du rapport phare de l’OMS, de l’UNICEF et de The Lancet intitulé A Future for the World’s Children? (Quel avenir pour les enfants du monde ?), destiné à aider les gouvernements, les communautés et le secteur privé à opérer de réels changements pour les enfants du monde entier. Ce n’est qu’en travaillant ensemble, et en plaçant les enfants au centre de nos actions politiques, économiques et sociales, que nous pourrons construire un monde qui soit à leur hauteur.

Voir: http://www.who.int/futureforchildren

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