Voice of Youth online Games:
Ayiti: The Cost of Life
What is it like to live in poverty, struggling every day to stay healthy, keep out of debt, and get educated?
Find out now in this challenging role playing game! Link
Online game on water and sanitation. The game is available in three languages - English, French, and Spanish. Play the game! Link
Game: What would you do?
Ever wanted to ...
- control the future?
- try out different relationships and situations?
- go back and change your mind?
- get the skills you need to take control of your life?
If you answered 'yes' to any of these questions, or you just want to play a cool game, you can start now! Play the game in English! Also available in Swahili!
Voices of Youth how-to-guide
This guide will give you examples of the features available on Voices of Youth and how these can enhance your work Link
Voice of Youth map
View VOY members from around the world Link
The big picture: young people and media
Read article on the role of media and its power to influence attitudes and behaviours of adults and young people is ever expanding Link
Voices of Youth Digital Diaries
This is all about young people who want to know more…do more…and say more about the world. These reports are first-person accounts by young people from around the world. Listen to audio stories Link
Young people and HIV/AIDS
View a sample sequence of the video footage produced by UNICEF and UNAIDS to mark the launch of 'Young People and HIV/AIDS: Opportunity in Crisis' a report by UNICEF, UNAIDS and WHO Link
Xpress Yourself presents the courageous stories of adolescent boys and girls living in poor communities in Brazil, Kenya and Thailand Link
Troc: television by kids challenges a country
Troc is a television news magazine in Albania run by kids. "Troc" means "tell it like it is," and Troc does exactly that. Kids develop the stories themselves and do the reporting without too much adult supervision and they are able to approach subjects most adult programming is afraid to touch Link