Oslo Challenge of November 1999
saw children, young people, media professionals and child rights
experts come together - at a meeting organized by UNICEF and the
Norwegian Government - to discuss the development of children's
rights and their relation to the media throughout the world.
The Challenge they issued at
that meeting - and the MAGIC project
which followed it - illustrated the importance of partnerships in
developing a truly participative, child-friendly media.
This project is a Norwegian Government-funded UNICEF project, in
conjunction with partners including the following:
The MAGIC website content was developed by Loretta Hieber and Virginie
Louis of Media Action International, Mike Jempson and Anna Kelson
of The PressWise Trust, and Bruno Romazzotti. Thank you also to
Andrea Khan of the Child Rights Information Network.
Schuepp (Young People's Media Network Coordinator)
Original website content development:
Thank you to all the participants of the Oslo Challenge meeting
in November 1999, and particularly to Dr June Kane, whose contributions
then and afterwards made this website possible.
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information
contained in this website. However, the views do not necessarily
reflect the official position of UNICEF; and no statements, nor
do maps and the designations used, imply official endorsement or
acceptance by the United Nations.
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