United Nations Children's Fund
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The United Nations Children's Fund, commonly known as UNICEF, "works for children's rights, their survival, development and protection." It is guided by the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child established in 1989. On 1 May 2010, Anthony Lake became the sixth Executive Director of the United Nations Children's Fund.
See the "United Nations Children's Fund" in the Wikipedia.
- Winner of the 1965 Nobel Peace Prize 
- Winner of the Indira Gandhi Peace Prize
- Ann M. Veneman - executive director
- Carol Bellamy - former executive director
- Lord Waheed Alli - vice president
UNICEF UK Ambassadors and High Profile Supporters
Accessed February 2010: 
- Andrew O'Hagan
- Cat Deeley
- Charley Boorman
- Claudia Schiffer
- Duncan Bannatyne
- Elle Macpherson
- Ewan McGregor
- James Nesbitt
- Jemima Khan
- Lord David Puttnam
- Martin Bell
- Matt Dawson
- Paul Clark
- Ralph Fiennes
- Robbie Williams
- Ryan Giggs
- Sir Alex Ferguson
- Trudie Styler
High Profile Supporters
Resources and articles
- ↑ All Nobel Peace Prize Laureates, Nobel Prize, accessed September 17, 2007.
- ↑ UNICEF UK Ambassadors and High Profile Supporters, UNICEF, accessed February 23, 2010.