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Smiling faces as Ukrainian boys win OneMinutesJr award 2014

Posted December 8, 2014 Avatar MischaVOY

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AMSTERDAM, 30 November 2014 - The winners of the OneMinutesJr 2014 were announced by UNICEF and the One Minute Foundation during an awards ceremony in Amsterdam this weekend. Two of the three awards go to Ukraine while the third category was won by a young Syrian refugee currently living in the Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan. Yuriy (14) and Ivan (13) from Ukraine were both present at the awards in Amsterdam. They participated in a OneMinutesJr workshop for Internally Displaced...


Ebola Virus? keep action!

Posted November 28, 2014 no picture Beatrix Cendana

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Ebola's term comes from the Ebola River in Congo. Ebola is the most famous topic among the countries, especially in Western Africa and this disease has spread quickly. All of the people were trying to treat all of the patients who are sick. But no wonder they will be contagious by this disease. How should we take action when we know the first symptom of Ebola? Ebola's symptoms can start with fever and headache or like a flu and become worse when bleeding and difficult breathi...


The Olympics As Our Voice Towards Activism

Posted November 26, 2014 no picture Jennifer Tran

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On November 2, 2014, the United Nations General Assembly passed a resolution that "supports the independence and autonomy of sport as well as the mission of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) in leading the Olympic Movement." The resolution ultimately separates the controversies of world politics with the active participation in sports - banning boycotts of the Olympic Games and requiring countries to fully participate in athletics. It also disallows the IOC from banning ant...


Global Warming

Posted November 22, 2014 Avatar Thompson_Youth_Zambia

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Its seems to me that this summer is much warmer than the previous summers we have had. The rain has not even been constant, it is not so often that rain starts in December. Mostly it begins to rain constantly and often late October. It must be that there is too much heat in the atmosphere causing the water vapor not to condense but if there is condensation then obviously we wont have rain. But what will happen to our country if there is no rain? The gases that are let out into th...


United Nations Student Conference on Development

Posted November 19, 2014 no picture Rachel_GEMConnectLeaders_Philadelphia_USA

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It has begun! The 2014-2015 United Nations Student Leadership Conference on Development preparations are well under way. We are working closely with schools in Thailand, Pakistan, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Tanzania, the Philippines, Mexico, and India. This year, our focus is "Continuing the Pledge: Sustaining Development through Environmental Responsibility". After the conference last year, student leaders met at the United Nations in New York City to present their fo...


The importance of Education

Posted November 19, 2014 no picture Children's Radio Foundation

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The reason why children are sent to school is to set up their goals and reach their dreams.


Human Rights Violations--Seriously??

Posted November 14, 2014 no picture Kriyana Reddy

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I am a student in an International Baccalaureate high school in the United States. In my IB Spanish class, we are currently discussing social relations (one of the core themes for the course) and their implications toward human rights. I find it funny, hysterical even, that people think human rights violations do not exist. Sure, if you are an innocent, little girl scout of age 9, I would expect no more from you; however, if you are of thinking (that is, lucid thought) age, you sho...


Tourism and Tourism Day

Posted October 25, 2014 no picture Children's Radio Foundation

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Ghetto Genius, a youth show at Aganang FM in South Africa is exploring opportunities in the tourism sector.


Tourism and Tourism Day

Posted October 25, 2014 no picture Children's Radio Foundation

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Ghetto Geniuses, a youth show at Aganang FM, South Africa, explores opportunities in the tourism sector and related fields you can explore.


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