2 out of 5 children in America do not have access to early learning programs like preschool.
Yet most of a child’s brain is developed by age 5.
Coronavirus knows no borders.
With the pandemic now spreading into some of the world’s poorest countries, there could be devastating impacts on girls and children affected by conflict.
Children’s rights continue to be violated at the U.S. – Mexico border.
Vulnerable children are being held in custody longer than the legal limit, separated from their families, denied basic care and more.
Distance learning is hard. But it shouldn’t mean that children are left behind in their education.
SCAN spoke with the director of Paper Children about the struggle for families seeking asylum in the U.S., the unique impact on children and her inspiration for the documentary.
Children around the world have big dreams. But now they are facing an enormous hurdle to achieve their dreams: the COVID-19 pandemic. This pandemic has disrupted every part of life. But for girls in particular, there’s even more at stake.