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OneMinutesJr. And So My Days Go By

Posted March 14, 2014 Avatar JulieVOY

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(Zen, 14, Zaatari Camp, Jordan, 2014) A young man spends his days in Zaatari camp focusing on bettering himself. Amidst the conflict we may encounter within our communities, countries, and even personal lives (family, friends, etc.) is it important to you to better yourself like Zen? If so, how do you focus on achieving your goals?


OneMinutesJr. Simple Math

Posted March 20, 2014 Avatar JulieVOY

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(Mohamed Mysoor Arshath, 15, Sri Lanka, 2014) Faced with discrimination, a young man teaches his instructor a lesson. Created at the 2014 Sri Lanka OneMinutesJr. workshop on "Child Rights in My World."


Happy World Water Day!

Posted March 21, 2014 Avatar JulieVOY

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We wish you a Happy World Water Day full of fresh, clean water! But did you know that safe water is something 768 million people don’t have access to? This OneMinutesJr., "Thirsty Girl" (Roshni Prabin, 15, Nepal, 2014) is a girl's quest for water that goes unrequited. What can I do for World Water Day? Share your videos or thoughts on water in your community with us and tag it as environment. Check out & join in the #wateris instagram pictures on UNICEF's instagram fe...


How do you express yourself?

Posted March 27, 2014 Avatar JulieVOY

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We all have different ways to express ourselves. We were drawn in by Edgar's unique OneMinutesJr. Watch his video and and let us know how you like to express yourself! (Edgar Piedra Gallardo, 16, Mexico, 2013). Created at the 2013 Mexico workshop on "It's About Ability!"


Making sign language the world's language

Posted April 3, 2014 Avatar JulieVOY

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(Santoshi Budhathoki, 18, Nepal, 2014) Created at the 2014 Nepal OneMinutesJr. workshop on "Child Friendliness in My City." How do you sign in your own language? If you were going to sign a one minute clip like Santoshi, what would you sign or perform about?


Step by Step

Posted April 10, 2014 Avatar JulieVOY

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We all have the right to be included regardless of our race, disabilities, religion, or birth status. We should be able to actively participate in our community regardless of our disabilities. Do you believe governments and your schools are taking the right steps to include everyone? Note about the video: This OneMinutesJr. was created in Sri Lanka by Nilani Chandrakumar, 18.


OneMinutesJr. Your Words Don't Hurt Me

Posted April 16, 2014 Avatar JulieVOY

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Thanks to 15 year old Smitri Ojha from Nepal, we have a resilient OneMinutesJr. this Thursday! If you would like to comment on Your Words Don't Hurt Me, feel free to leave drop a few lines below in the conversation box.


OneMinutesJr workshop in Hong Kong

Posted May 15, 2014 no picture OneMinutesJr

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The OneMinutesJr team is in Hong Kong this week to pave the ground for the Believe in zero, make a video! campaign of the UNICEF National Committee for UNICEF (http://www.unicef.org.hk/makeavideo_en/). Young people from Hong Kong can apply for summer camps where they get trained to be filmmakers and take their right to expression to a new level. Three experienced OneMinutesJr trainers from Germany, the Netherlands and the USA are in town this week to work with a group of 20 boys...


Solo

Posted May 29, 2014 no picture OneMinutesJr

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This OneMinutesJr video was produced by Tse Sze Ho from Hong Kong. Let us hear what you think about it. What do you think is the background? What does this have to do with child rights?