"All children deserve to be safe and protected, to live with their parents and their families, and to have their voices heard."
"Without compliance inspections, the EPA cannot know whether schools pose an actual risk of asbestos exposure to students and personnel."
The data show that forests aren't just correlated with improvements in people's diets. We show that forests cause these improvements."
The massacre of school boys between the ages of 6 and 11 was one of the worst attacks on children in the history of Yemen’s brutal war.
The trauma children are experiencing in detention “freezes them in time” and takes away their ability to express themselves.
“Am I pleased that the 12 children and their coach in Thailand were rescued? Of course I am. I just wish that an equivalent effort was being made to rescue each of the 50,000 children we will kill today, tomorrow, the next day and the day after that….”