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ARCHIVE MAY 2003
- AWARDS - PRESS RELEASE:
Voice from Ukraine wins 2002 OneWorld/UNICEF Award for Outstanding
Children's Radio Programme
International Children's Day of Broadcasting (ICDB)
UNICEF and the International Academy of Television, Arts and Sciences is
now seeking entries of outstanding television programming in 2002 for, with
and by children for the International Academy/UNICEF award to be presented
in November 2003.
The prestigious International Academy/UNICEF Award honours television that
appeals to the hearts and minds of children, giving them an opportunity to
speak up and be heard.
The Award is given to the broadcaster whose programming best captures the
spirit of UNICEF's International Children's Day of Broadcasting (ICDB) 2002.
We welcome entries from all television stations that participated in ICDB
2002. There is no entry fee.
For more information, go to the ICDB website.
Lives Transformed, Guided by a Camera Lens; Guatemalan Fotokids
Capture Pain and Joy
By David Gonzales - One of the first photographs Evelyn Mansilla ever took
was of a peaceful landscape of rolling hills peeking out through a thicket
of trees. Not a single soul or a speck of garbage was visible, which was
almost miraculous, since she took the photo inside the sprawling municipal
dump where she and her mother often joined dozens of neighbors to scavenge.
The videos produced by teenagers at the OneMinuteJr. workshop in Budapest
(organized by UNICEF, the European Cultural Foundation and the Sandberg Institute)
To watch them, go to www.theoneminutesjr.org
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