ChildFund Alliance and its member WeWorld will re-lease the findings of the 8th edition of the WeWorld Index, which monitors the living conditions of women and children around the world in nearly 170 countries.
Appointment: November 9 2022 - from 8 am to 9.30 am (EST)
The 2022 edition delves into the overlapping effects of the crises characterizing today’s world and how they impact the living conditions of women and children.While not exhaustive, the Index identifies five key barriers that are great threats to children: poverty, conflicts, forced migration, climate change, and on-line risks. Finally, it explores how the effects of the key barriers intertwine with each other, creating a threatening combination that could potentially compromise the future of an entire generation and of generations to come.
Remarks will be in english with multi-language translation available in French, Spanish, arabic and Italian, streamed on ZOOM & live on WeWorld Global.
Lisa MacSpadden, Director of Strategy & Engagement, ChildFund Alliance
Simon Whyte, Chairman, Board of Directors, ChildFund Alliance
Marco Chiesara, President, WeWorld
H.E. the Hon Mitch Fifield, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Australia to the United Nations
WEWORLD INDEX 2022 OVERVIEW AND KEY FINDINGS
Martina Albini, Advocacy and Study Center Officer, WeWorld
CHILDREN & YOUTH COMMENTS
David Stewart, Chief, Child Poverty and Social Protection, UNICEF
Yasmine Sherif, Director, Education Cannot Wait
Maria Groenewald, Director, VOICE
Meg Gardinier, Secretary General, ChildFund Alliance