UNICEF UK Tagd is a network of young people in the UK who are committed to children's rights. By fundraising, campaigning, and spreading the word, you can reach out to all the world's children, adding your voice to theirs.
Unfortunately, children and young people are the first to suffer the dire consequences of the world's problems. Wars, famine, natural disasters - it is the youngest members of society that are overlooked, their voices displaced or worse, ignored. Tagd empowers you to help become part of the solution.
You have the right to express your opinions about the decisions that affect you and Tagd puts you in touch with policymakers, the media and the rest of the world. We work together in the UK to defend children's rights everywhere.
We are pleased to be supported by a range of key strategic organisations including: the South West Regional Development Agency, the Government Office for the South West, the South West Regional Assembly, South West Forum and the South West Trade Union Congress.
We are grateful for the financial support we receive from the South West Regional Development Agency, Capacity Builders and the Big Lottery Fund.
Our Board is composed of representatives from each of the regional equality networks, together with members from the South West Regional Development Agency, the Government Office for the South West, the South West Regional Assembly, South West Forum, the South West Trade Union Congress and the South West Local Government Association.
Our work covers policy development, capacity building, best practice, awareness raising, training and research. We aim to work with our regional networks and partners in all of these areas.
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