Children's Well-Being: Towards 2030

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

The past decade has been a bad one for children in humanitarian crises around the globe, particularly in terms of food sustainability. Can the situation improve in the 2020s? David Morley, president of UNICEF Canada; Kim Snow, associate professor in the Faculty of Community Services at Ryerson; and Lindsay Groves, of Right to Play, join Steve Paikin to discuss how to make the world a safer place for the next generation.
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