News & Press Releases

Eglantyne, Anne Chamberlain

«Eglantyne Jebb was an incredibly modern thinker for her time.»

The New Zew Zealand actress, writer and producer Anne Chamberlain who has written a solo play, EGLANTYNE, about Save the Children's founder Eglantyne ...

Trafficking exists in Europe too

Doris Ospelt, programme officer Europe at Save the Children Switzerland, recently visited a multifaceted project in Italy. In this interview she ...
Projektbesuch Kimi Räikkönen

Kimi Räikkönen visits Save the Children aid project in Mexico City

Alfa Romeo Racing’s Formula One star, Kimi Räikkönen, visited a project of the leading children's rights organization Save the Children on the Monday ...

“We can achieve a lot for the health of these children in the long term”

Fabian Emmenegger is PR and Communications Manager at Save the Children Switzerland and was recently in Malawi for a media trip. In the interview ...
Rana, zwei, ist mit ihrem kleinen Bruder und ihren Eltern auf der Flucht vor dem Krieg in Syrien.

Syria: warnings of mass displacement of children

Save the Children warns against an impending humanitarian disaster in North East Syria, where families and children have already started fleeing ...

Education against Odds

Children overwhelmingly identify education as their top priority at times of crisis, a new report by Save the Children shows today.

The Earth belongs to the children

Save the Children supports the Global Climate Strike.
Fatima in Bangladesch

Rohingya crisis: No justice

Even two years after more than a million Rohingya had to flee their homeland Myanmar to neighbouring Bangladesh, the situation in the world's largest ...

Interview: Migration crisis in Colombia

Sofyen Khalfaoui, Head of Protection at Save the Children Switzerland, has recently visited a project in Maicao, Colombia. In an interview he tells ...

Ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo: Faces and Stories

It has been a year since Ebola erupted in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Around 2500 people have been infected with the virus since then, more ...