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Within the It's about ability campaign, UNICEF Montenegro National Ambassador Rambo Amadeus, together with young advocates for inclusion, produced a song and a TV spot entitled "It's about ability". Please take a look and enjoy...

U okviru kampanje "Govorimo o mogucnostima", Unicefov ambasador dobre volje Rambo Amadeus, zajedno sa mladim zagovornicima inkluzije, napravio je pjesmu i spot "Govorimo o mogucnostima". Pogledajte..


Watch a short video presenting the main campaign activities and results in 2012. Pogledajte kratki film o kljucnim aktivnostima i rezultatima kampanje tokom 2012.


Watch a short video presenting the main campaign activities and results in 2011. Pogledajte kratki film o kljucnim aktivnostima i rezultatima kampanje tokom 2011.


Watch a short video presenting the main campaign activities and results in 2010. Pogledajte kratki film o kljucnim aktivnostima i rezultatima kampanje tokom 2010.


Watch the It's about ability TV commercial from 2013. Pogledajte TV spot kampanje "Govorimo o mogucnostima" iz 2013.


Watch the It's about ability TV commercial from 2012. Pogledajte TV spot kampanje "Govorimo o mogucnostima" iz 2012.


Watch the It's about ability TV commercial from 2011. Pogledajte TV spot kampanje "Govorimo o mogucnostima" iz 2011.


Watch the It's about ability TV commercial from 2010. Pogledajte TV spot kampanje "Govorimo o mogucnostima" iz 2010.


During 2012,based on the UNICEF resource pack on producing effective communication for children “Communicating with Children” by Barbara Kolucki and Dafna Lemish, UNICEF Montenegro supported the Montenegro Media Institute to train a group of young people with and without disability to become TV reporters on inclusion. As a result, young TV reporters made four TV transmissions on inclusive education and sports, day care centres for children with disability and books and other educational materials in audio format and Braille alphabet. Take a look...

Tokom 2012, na osnovu UNICEF-ove publikacije „Komuniciranje sa djecom“ (http://www.unicef.org/cwc/ ) koju su napisale Barbara Kolucki i Dafna Lemish, UNICEF Crne Gore je podržao Institut za medije Crne Gore da obuči grupu mladih ljudi sa i bez smetnji u razvoju da postanu TV reporteri. Kao rezultat, mladi TV novinari napravili su četiri TV emisije o inkluzivnom obrazovanju i sportu, dnevnim centrima za djecu sa smetnjama u razvoju, knjigama i drugom obrazovnom materijalu u audio formatu i na Brajevom pismu. Pogledajte...

Montenegro's young TV journalists report on inclusive sports: 
Mladi TV novinari Crne Gore izvjestavaju o inkluzivnom sportu:


Montenegro's young TV journalists report on inclusive education: 
Mladi TV novinari Crne Gore izvjestavaju o inkluzivnom obrazovanju:


Montenegro's young TV journalists report on day care centres for children with disability: 
Mladi TV novinari Crne Gore izvjestavaju o dnevnim centrima za djecu sa smetnjama u razvoju:


Montenegro's young TV journalists report on books in Braille alphabet and audio format: 
Mladi TV novinari Crne Gore izvjestavaju o knjigama na Brajevom pismu i u audio formatu:


"It's about ability" campaign honoured for the best humanitarian action in Montenegro
PODGORICA, 15 February 2011 – “It’s About Ability”, a UNICEF-supported campaign promoting inclusion of children with disabilities into society, garnered the most votes from the people of Montenegro, winning the annual award for “the best humanitarian action” organized by one of the country`s leading national TV stations, and a national daily newspaper.

Kampanja Govorimo o mogućnoctima izabrana za najbolju humanitarnu akciju u Crnoj Gori
PODGORICA, 15 februar 2011 –Kampanja "Govorimo o mogućnostima" koju podržava UNICEF i koja promoviše inkluziju djece sa smetnjama u razvoju, pokupila je najviše glasova gradjana Crne Gore i dobila godišnju nagradu za ‘nabolju humanitranu akciju’ u takmicenju koje su organizovale jedna od vodećih TV stanica i jedna dnevna novina.




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