Check out this humorous take on the side effect of years of knowledge, brought to you by youth filmmaker Filip Šušnjar from Bosnia and Herzegovina: http://youtu.be/YT6hqMIgb1g
Saturday is International Day of Peace. 18-year-old Mentesnot Alemu Bezuneh, from Ethiopia, made this @theoneminutesjr to illustrate that understanding and accepting differences can lead to a more peaceful world. http://youtu.be/9l5qQk2_7qA
Today for our OneMinutesJr. Day, Hervé, 12 years old, is taking us to Madagascar. "Practice makes perfect." http://youtu.be/NtVg9sKMzQo
Next week’s International Day of the Girl Child focuses on girls’ education. In Cambodia, 13-year Saom Sreida really wants her friend to be able to go to school. Her @theoneminutesjr video envisions her making that happen. http://youtu.be/tzThksqUjMA
What should kids have the rights to? In honor of Universal Children's Day yesterday, check out this week's OneMinutesJr. by 14-year-old Matej Tokić from Bosnia and Herzegovina. Matej uses this video to tell us about kids' rights. Tell us what you think: http://bit.ly/1fE6xr8
This past Monday, November 25th, was Elimination of Violence Against Women Day. It was the beginning of a 16 day activism against gender violence, and YOU can join in! To find out how YOU can take action and help raise awareness on gender violence, check this out here: http://owl.li/qYy2K. This special OneMinutesJr. in association with Gender Violence shows us how violence against women can always be lurking around the corner. Check out Chontelle Stewart's OneMinutesJr. right here: http://youtu...
"It's like a dream, and I finally found it." What are these girls signing about in TheOneMinutesJr? 14-year-old Juana Lucía Cano Palomino shows us how she expresses herself. Check her creation out right here, and tell us what you think! http://youtu.be/JLWSP-rplcc