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Sarah Crowe

Public Affairs Manager

After more than two decades as an international journalist in print and broadcast media in Africa and Europe, Sarah Crowe worked as a writer, communications expert for the UN and UNICEF in various parts of Africa, South Asia and as spokesperson for UNICEF Executive Director in New York. Most recently she lead on communications European migration crisis, Ebola and polio emergencies. She is now based in Florence, Italy at the UNICEF Office of Research Innocenti as moderator of the Leading Minds series and other high level events.

Blogs

Child mental health emerging from the shadows
Blog Blog

Child mental health emerging from the shadows

With suicide and self-harm now leading causes of death and injury among young people between 15 to 19 years, UNICEF and WHO are coming together for the first time at the Leading Minds for children conference to tackle the growing scale of mental health disorders among children and young people.
Niger: the nowhere land where children on the move are someone else’s problem as Europe and North Africa tighten their borders
Blog Blog

Niger: the nowhere land where children on the move are someone else’s problem as Europe and North Africa tighten their borders

Nothing could be further than from the gates of paradise than this scorching, unearthly wasteland stretching out as far as the eye can see and beyond. Since November last year, more than 8,000 West Africans, including 2,000 children, have been returned to Niger from Algeria

Podcasts

Sarah Crowe on what life is like for migrant children in Niger