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PADDINGTON BEAR has been announced as the face of a new partnership with UNICEF. 

The world-famous bear – who you can now see in Paddington 2 at the cinema – is supporting UNICEF’S campaign on refugee children, OutRight.

Around the world, millions of children are making journeys just like Paddington’s (he travelled from Peru to London). How do you think his story can help us understand or relate to the plight of young refugees? Paddington 2 director Paul King explains to our junior journalist in the video above. 

Learn more!

READ: Learn more about Paddington Bear’s new job with UNICEF. 

WATCH: Meet some brave child refugees and hear their stories 

WATCH: First News Live! and UNICEF UK are working together to give the world’s children a voice. Learn more

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islabear · 2 years ago

i think its great that paddington is simalar to young refugees.GO PADDINGTON.

islabear · 2 years ago

CANT WIAT SEE THE FIM WITH MY FAMILY AND YOUNGER COUSIN.

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