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The Media and Childrens Rights 2005 UNICEF

The Media and Childrens Rights 2005 UNICEF

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Publicado porMitch Teberg
This handbook has been produced to help media professionals working on stories about children to appreciate the rights of children and encourage their participation in the mass media. It contains ideas and challenges for journalists, and for those seeking to obtain media coverage about children’s needs, problems, achievements and aspirations.
Its purpose is to generate responsible coverage of children, and the impact of adult behaviour and decisions on their lives. It has formed the basis of training programmes for journalists all over the world, supported by UNICEF and the International Federation of Journalists
This handbook has been produced to help media professionals working on stories about children to appreciate the rights of children and encourage their participation in the mass media. It contains ideas and challenges for journalists, and for those seeking to obtain media coverage about children’s needs, problems, achievements and aspirations.
Its purpose is to generate responsible coverage of children, and the impact of adult behaviour and decisions on their lives. It has formed the basis of training programmes for journalists all over the world, supported by UNICEF and the International Federation of Journalists

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Published by: Mitch Teberg on Jan 05, 2012
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Children of minority
communities and indigenous
people have the right to
enjoy their own culture and
to practise their own religion
and language.

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