Flowers can express feelings words can’t.
They can symbolise love, grief, rebirth and new beginnings. In our child-friendly spaces – spaces we set up during emergencies where children play, learn, feel safe and regain a sense of normality in the midst of conflict – children often draw, paint and photograph flowers as symbols of hope and peace.
Every child deserves a future, and we stand alongside them.
As conflict rages around the world – from Ukraine to Myanmar, Syria to Yemen – people across the world are sending a message of solidarity and hope, filling social media feeds, the streets and all sorts of spaces with flowers for children living through conflict.
Across the world, 1 in 6 children are growing up in conflict. Join us in sending a message of solidarity:
Your voice counts. Stand with us to stop the war on children.
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In times of crisis, when children are at their most vulnerable, Save the Children is there.
The war on children is raging.
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World leaders must always uphold international law to protect children in conflict.
Anyone who commits a war crime against children must be held accountable.
Children in warzones need practical support on the ground to protect and care for them, and to help them recover.
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By demanding change from governments and by supporting our recovery programs helping children on the ground, together we can make a difference to children’s lives in war zones.