Children, Youth & Media

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Children, Youth & Media

Young people also need reliable information. This enables them to make informed decisions and stand up for issues that concern them, now and in the future.

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My #QuarantineLife: sharing stories

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Sharing the stories of the youth in My #QuarantineLife

Free Press Unlimited and international partners start My #QuarantineLife: a platform for youth to share their stories of life in quarantine.

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Young people in Colombia stand up for their rights

Free Press Unlimited helps children and young people in Colombia to claim their place in the media, so that their rights are not forgotten.

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72 percent of South Africans between 15-24 have mobile phones

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Keeping It Real: Media literacy for youth

With research and hackathons, we aim to strengthen the ability of young people worldwide to critically evaluate online information.

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WADADA News for Kids worldwide

WADADA News for Kids develops youth news broadcasts. Through independent news children from all over the world can form their own opinions.

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Our stories on youth and media

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'Proud to be a voice for youth': a national TV show for Tunisian teens

During a media camp, Two dozen youngsters learn how to produce professional video reports, about the issues that matter in their lives.

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Mali youth listen to the news in rap

Female journalist Togola Hawa Séméga wants to bring objective news to the young people of Mali and to unite them. She does this with a creative mix of journalism, rap and humour.

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''Covid-19 is forcing millions of young people worldwide to stay at home, but their stories are hardly heard. My #QuarantineLife is a YouTube channel dedicated to the youth to share stories about life in quarantine. So grab a camera and join!''

JAN-WILLEM BULT, HEAD OF THE CHILDREN, YOUTH & MEDIA DEPARTMENT