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For educators


UNICEF videos provide a voice for young people whose stories are not always heard.   Our aim is to bring about positive change for children everywhere. 

We collaborate with youth, producers and advisors who are leaders in their field to produce television programmes and broadcast-quality videos for educational outreach campaigns.  Our videos are designed to be screened in diverse settings (from church basements to government meetings) and have been broadcast around the world.

The videos are categorized by appropriate age and subject areas, with a complete description of the content.

Our videos are an ideal way to make educational experiences more constructive, enriching and rewarding for teachers and students alike.

To order videos online please go to the Video Catalogue.


Teachers Talk about Learning: It puts teachers in touch with practical resources, innovations for classroom learning and other teachers.

The MAGIC website: UNICEF's response to the Oslo Challenge of 1999, which called on media professionals, educators, governments, organizations, parents, children and young people themselves to recognize the enormous potential of media to make the world a better place for children. 

FOX Kids and UNICEF team up for girls' education: Fox Kids Europe and UNICEF have created a partnership to promote UNICEF’s Go Girls! Education for Every Child campaign via the Fox Kids Cup, a global six-a-side football tournament for boys and girls under 13 years of age. The Go Girls! campaign is a major part of UNICEF’s initiative to get girls into school in 25 priority countries by 2005.



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