Oneminutesjr. videos

UNICEF: oneminutesJr.- Teenage pregnancy

(Fifita Domonakibau, 15, Fiji, 2010) | Article 34: Children should be protected from sexual abuse.

 
 
Early Marriage/Pregnancy, Sexual Violence and Women's Bodies
UNICEF: oneminutesjr.- L'amour et l'angoisse

(Rosine Myumba Mbombo, 19, DRCongo, 2007)

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UNICEF: oneminutesJr.- It happened to me

(Melania, 18, Fiji, 2010) | Article 34: Children should be protected from sexual abuse.

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UNICEF: oneminutesJr.- I Can Protect Myself

(Umuhoza Aishah, 14, Rwanda, 2010) | Article 34: Children have the right to be protected from sexual exploitation and abuse.

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UNICEF: oneminutesjr.- Paper Wings

(Nargiz Zeynalova, Azerbaijan, 2010)

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UNICEF: oneminutesjr.- Untitled

( Gidey G/Hiwot Teka, 17, Ethiopia, 2008)

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UNICEF: oneminutesJr.- Let the Past Be The Past

(Swaba Tumusiime, 13, Uganda, 2010)

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UNICEF: oneminutesJr.- Surprise

(Chontelle Sewett, 15, Guyana, 2009) | Article 34 : Children have the right to be protected from sexual exploitation and abuse.

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UNICEF: oneminutesjr.- L'enfant avec son enfant

(Seynabou Badiane, 14, Senegal, 2009) | Article 6: Children have the right to live and to survive and develop healthily.

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UNICEF: oneminutesjr.- Mariage precoce

(Moïse Cindaye, 19, DRCongo, 2007)

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UNICEF: oneminutesJr.- Teenage pregnancy

(Fifita Domonakibau, 15, Fiji, 2010) | Article 34: Children should be protected from sexual abuse.

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UNICEF: oneminutesJr.- Confessions of a Female Adolescent

(Simone Tonge, 17, Antigua, 2009) | Article 13: Children have the right to freedom of expression.

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UNICEF: oneminutesjr.- Un pedophile

(Lisa Namkafu, 12, DRCongo, 2007)

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UNICEF: oneminutesjr.- Une vie non désirée

(Niyoncuti Anielle, 16, Burundi, 2008)

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UNICEF: oneminutesJr.- Options

(Susan Awor, 15, Uganda, 2010)

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UNICEF: oneminutesJr.- Raising Awareness

(Manirakiza Mamy, 15, Rwanda, 2010) | Article 24: Children have the right to good quality health care and information to keep them healthy.

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Oneminutesjr. videos

Oneminutesjr. are 60 second videos made by young people between the ages of 12 and 20 from around the world, through UNICEF-supported workshops. These videos have been selected to reflect some of the themes in SOWC 2011 report.