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By: Eric Zuehlke, Head of Editorial, Division of Global Communication and Advocacy, UNICEF and Martha Mackenzie, Global Humanitarian Advocacy Lead, UNICEF

Today is UNICEF’s birthday, marking 75 years of delivering critical services and creating safer and healthier environments for children and families around the world. UNICEF’s impact has been far and wide during the global COVID-19 pandemic as the organization has worked to accelerate vaccination efforts, support children impacted by the pandemic, and raise critical awareness about mental health at a time when depression and anxiety are increasing at alarming rates.

Over the past 75 years, UNICEF has made great strides toward helping all children realize their right to health, education, and protection. But now, the COVID-19 pandemic is threatening UNICEF’s hard-fought gains for children around the world. In fact, the pandemic is the biggest crisis for children in UNICEF’s history.

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Salesforce.org Partners with Atlantic Re:think for Custom Film of the Boys and Girls Clubs

“Technology, and access to technology, is the great equalizer,” says Lorraine Orr, the COO of the Boys and Girls Clubs of America (BGCA), in a new film showcasing how Black youth are benefitting from better access to digital platforms.

Salesforce.org partnered with Atlantic Re:think for a film about how the Boys and Girls Clubs are powering tomorrow’s leaders.

The video is a product of the partnership between Salesforce.org and Atlantic Re:think. Salesforce.org is also the technology partner for The Atlantic’s “Inheritance”, a critical reporting project about American history, Black life, and the resilience of memory. The short film, titled “Powering Tomorrow’s Leaders,” shares how the Boys and Girls Clubs movement is connecting local clubs with Salesforce.org technology — and building on its 160-year history in the process.

Serving more than 4.2 million young people nationwide, BGCA … Read more

If there was ever a moment for a call to action for climate change, it is in the wake of the COP26 conference. The global meeting of leaders, doers, and movement-makers saw new and varied community partnerships and announcements that push traditional boundaries and create cross-sector opportunities for many organizations and communities. We’ve compiled a list of some of the most compelling and promising ideas from across the education, nonprofit, business, and philanthropy sectors.

From the Malala Fund to the University of Maryland to LEGO, the momentum for climate-related change is just beginning — led by insights from children, women and girls, engineers, and investors. We are seeing a changing tide of those who care and are, as a result, getting involved. Now, we wait to see what will happen as emerging ideas turn into action.

If there was ever a moment for a call to action for climate
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The ability to properly analyze data has always been a core skill for admissions professionals, but the need has become even more important given the increased variability and unpredictability that’s come with the COVID-19 pandemic.

Admissions professionals, though, struggle to effectively manipulate data in order to gain useful and actionable insights, according to a recent study by the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC). The study, which surveyed nearly 1,500 professionals, found that while there is general agreement that increasing data capacity would improve performance at the individual, departmental, and institution levels, few admissions professionals have the data skills required. Additionally, few institutions offer data training needed to strengthen these skills.

Today’s admissions professionals are expected to use data daily to evaluate and make decisions using a funnel analysis, market analysis, trend analysis, and more. These all require a high aptitude for data manipulation and interpretation.

According to a
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