Author: equity

The future of our world over the next decade is being shaped by the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) that seek to uphold children’s wellbeing and, by their call to leave no one behind and to reach the furthest behind first, shine a spotlight on the world’s most vulnerable populations including children and adolescents living in […]
A Chance In Life with Equity for Children to produce a video series about our newest program site- The Village on Staten Island – where  we employ the Positive Youth Development (PYD) model to build competencies  so that kids can overcome poverty and have a chance to succeed. In this video, Gabriele Delmonaco, A Chance […]
On this Human Rights Day, we continue our journey fighting against, and recuperating from the impacts of COVID-19. Seventy three years ago today The United Nations General Assembly first adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on December 10, 1948. This became an immense milestone in the fight for human rights- as it was an […]
In 2021, Equity for Children hosted a series of webinars from Latin America entitled “Children and COVID-19”, which discussed the approximately 150 million children who were plunged into multidimensional poverty during the pandemic. The events were organized in partnership with The Arcor Foundation, The Institute of Collective Health of the University of Lanus, Argentina (ISCo/UNLa) […]
World Children’s Day was first established on November 20, 1954, and has since been celebrated each year, as a day to help promote social consciousness and advocate for better standards of living for children in every regard: education, accessibility to resources, proper medical attention, home life, etc. Five years later, after officially celebrating and engaging […]

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