UNICEF Montenegro volunteers – young reporters are key spokespersons of the media literacy campaign “Let’s Choose What We Watch”
UNICEF Montenegro volunteers – young reporters are key spokespersons of the media literacy campaign “Let’s Choose What We Watch” implemented by UNICEF and Montenegro Agency for Electronic Media since 2018. The aim of the campaign is to promote media literacy among parents and children, to improve the quality of media reporting on child rights issues and to raise the quality of media programs for young people in Montenegro. Young reporters have been attending media literacy workshops since 2018. As a result, they have made blogs, vlogs, videos, media literacy song, interviews.. They have organized press conferences and events with celebrities. They have been speaking live for national media on children and media and are producing first TV news for youth in Montenegro according to the internationally known format Wadada News for Kids.
To celebrate CRC@30, young reporters takeover political TV talk show Nacisto
Young reporters' videos
Young reporters' news and stories
Young reporters take over the Ministry of Culture
On the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the adoption of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, young reporters take over Ministry of C
Blogs by young reporters of the media literacy campaign
Let's not betray our planet!
Let's listen to Greta and be like her – brave and determined – and follow true values. I believe in us!
I choose to be a child, what about you?
Reality TV programmes were trending on YouTube in Montenegro throughout 2018.