Oneminutesjr. videos

UNICEF: oneminutesjr.- Child Labour

(Anika Carter, 19, Solomon Islands, 2011)
To support his family, a 9 year old boy picks through rubbish at the city dump -- where he is exposed to toxins and pathogens.

 
 
UNICEF: oneminutesjr.- La vida en la calle

(Sergio Perez Macario, 15, Mexico, 2010)
"I am stuck within the boundaries of my own freedom," a 24-year-old says of his 10 years on Mexico City's streets.

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UNICEF: oneminutesjr.- The Star of the World

(Ginândria António Novela, 13, Mozambique, 2011)
This girl knows how to fix her community's problems -- and says she will when she becomes governor of Chibuto.

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UNICEF: oneminutejr. - Comparison

(Nate Thurmond, 12, USA)
A 12-year-old invites us to look closely at the similarities and differences between neighbourhoods in the city of Pittsburgh.

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UNICEF: oneminutesJr.- Out on the Streets

(Zam Namayanja, 13, Uganda, 2010)
"I work in the evening because City Council law enforcement is never here in the evening," says this young vegetable seller.

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UNICEF: oneminutesJr.- Child Labour

(Mesulame Tadulala, 20, Fiji, 2010)
"One day I'm going to go back to school," says a 13-year-old as he carries cargo along city streets to support his unemployed parents.

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UNICEF: oneminutesjr.- Long Road

(Demir Dinkov, 13, Bulgaria, 2011)
Demir, a Roma boy, reflects on discrimination on the long road back from downtown.

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UNICEF: oneminutesjr.- Child Labour

(Anika Carter, 19, Solomon Islands, 2011)
To support his family, a 9 year old boy picks through rubbish at the city dump -- where he is exposed to toxins and pathogens.

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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 2012 report.

2 Lives: 2 Miles Apart

2 Lives: 2 Miles Apart is a series of films that highlights crucial issues impacting children in an urbanized world.

Youth Speak Out
(IMF Video)

Young people, hardest hit by the global economic downturn, are speaking out and demanding change. Coming of age in the Great Recession, the world's youth face an uncertain future, with lengthening job lines and diminished opportunities.