vídeos de Oneminutesjr.

UNICEF: oneminutesjr.- Breath of Freedom

(Kirk Anthony A. Balmonte, 17, Philippines, 2007)

 
 
La educación universal y trabajo infantil
UNICEF: oneminutesJr.- The Gap

(Chris Ndamagye, 14, Uganda, 2010)

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UNICEF: oneminutesjr.- Avec ou sans (With or without)

(Ibrahim Ide, 13, Niger, 2009) | Article 5: Children have the right to a loving family that protects their rights.

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UNICEF: oneminutesjr.- Little Dreams

(Meera Omar, 14, Egypt, 2008)

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UNICEF: oneminutesjr.- All Washed Up

(Krizel P. Abasula, 16, Philippines, 2007)

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UNICEF: oneminutesjr.- Les ambitions des filles

(Agnes Mbiya, 16, DRCongo, 2007)

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UNICEF: oneminutesJr.- The Darkness Whisper

(Janet Aweko, 12, Uganda, 2010)

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UNICEF: oneminutesJr.- And Then...

(Dinah Abuo, 15, Uganda, 2010)

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UNICEF: oneminutesjr.- Scolarisation de la fille

(Rachel Melanie Manshimba, 19, DRCongo, 2007)

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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.- The Dream

(Dawood Othman Al Zaghal, 16, Jordan, 2007)

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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.- Street life

(Md Yeasin Rahman Sumon, 16, Bangladesh, 2009) | Article 32: Every child has the right to be free from child labour.

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UNICEF: oneminutesjr.- Breath of Freedom

(Kirk Anthony A. Balmonte, 17, Philippines, 2007)

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UNICEF: oneminutesjr.- Enfants dans la rue

(Aisha Tshiamala, 16, DRCongo, 2007)

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vídeos de Oneminutesjr.

Oneminutesjr son videos de 60 segundo hechos por jóvenes de todo el mundo entre las edades de 12 y 20, a través de talleres de apoyados por UNICEF. Estos vídeos han sido seleccionados para reflejar algunos de los temas en informe de SOWC del 2011.