At least 12 people have drowned crossing the Mediterranean, with the death toll likely to be higher. The EU must do more to stop people drowning. Read more.
As bulldozers move in, hundreds of unaccompanied children in the Calais 'Jungle' who have sign up to move to new official accommodation. Read more.
Banned cluster bombs are being used widely, according to aid workers and medics in East Aleppo, killing and injuring children.
An assault is due to take place on Iraq's second biggest city, Mosul, where half the population is children. This is why - and what you can do for children.
Our dedicated staff members on board our ship have rescued more than 800 people, including around 140 children. Meet the team.
Children in Syria's Aleppo can’t even attend underground schools because of bunker-busting ‘earthquake bombs’. Read more.
In one week our life-saving ship saved more than 200 people who risked drowning in the Mediterranean. See pictures from the rescue operation.
As temperatures are forecast to drop as low as – 20°c on the border between Macedonia and Serbia, child refugees are at risk of pneumonia and hypothermia.
Today - October 16 - is World Food Day. Having access to nutritious food is something that many of us take for granted. But there are millions of children...
On 11 October it's International Day of the Girl. This year's theme is the power of the adolescent girl, so we thought we'd give you the chance to meet four...