Here’s a selection of photos and videos you may have missed posted on UN social media accounts from around the UN system over the past few weeks and shared with our social media team. Thank you to all who contributed!

Erica Kochi and Christopher Fabian, co-leads of UNICEF’s Innovation Unit, have been selected for this year’s prestigious TIME 100, a list of the hundred most influential people in the world! Congratulations to both of them and thanks to UNICEF for posting this article and more on their website.

Did you know that United Nations Visitors Centre in New York City organizes tours for children? Here students come to learn about the work of the UN. Thanks to tour guide Maki for posting this photo and more on her Twitter account (@VisitUNMaki).

Angelina Jolie, actress and Special Envoy of United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) recently met with UN Special Representative of the Secretary-General Zainab Hawa Bangura to discuss sexual violence in conflict. Thanks to @endrapeinwar for posting this photo and more on their Twitter account.

Here’s a look inside the Emergency Operations Centre in WHO’s Regional Office for the Western Pacific focusing on the current H7N9 avian influenza response. Thanks to World Health Organization (@WHO) for posting this photo and more on their Twitter account.

Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) recently joined forces with soccer team D.C. United to promote its Know Your Numbers blood pressure prevention awareness campaign during a match against New York Red Bulls. Thanks to @PAHO for posting this photo and more on their Twitter account.

The website Too Young to Wed has been nominated for a Webby Award! Vote today and join the call to end child marriage. Thanks to United Nations Populations Fund (@UNFPA) for posting the nomination and find out more on their Twitter account.

Through World Food Programme’s  school feeding programme, students in Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan receive a mid-day snack to give them the boost of energy they need to concentrate and actively participate in class. Thanks to @WFP for posting this and more in their photo album and on their Twitter account.

Ahmad Alhendawi, United Nations Secretary-General’s Envoy on Youth, went to Papua New Guinea recently to attend the Commonwealth Youth Ministers Meeting and discuss youth development. He also took time to meet with children in the area. Thanks to Ahmad for posting this photo and more on his Twitter account (@AhmadAlhendawi).

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