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Child Rights in Cartoons
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In 1998, UNICEF thought of a creative way to help educate the world about children’s rights. UNICEF asked directors around the world to make a 30-second animated film illustrating one of the rights spelled out in the Convention of the Rights of the Child. Since then, over 70 studios in 32 countries have created cartoons for this project. The cartoons have been shown on television to over 1 billion people worldwide and are still on TV today in many countries. Click on these images to watch a cartoon version of the articles of the CRC.

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Arts and Humanities
Law
General Law
Material Type:
Diagram/Illustration
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UNICEF
Date Added:
02/16/2011
TeachUNICEF
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Based on UNICEF's annual flagship publication, The State of the World's Children report (SOWC), the U.S. Fund for UNICEF has developed and released these free resources for educators to use with students in grades 3-12. The lesson plans and resources in these units are designed to be used sequentially or separately. Topics include addressing global affairs issues such as the Millennium Development Goals, real life stories from youth, the causes of childhood exclusion, and water and sanitation.

Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
UNICEF
Date Added:
02/16/2011
Water Alert!
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"Water Alert!" is an interactive educational resource on water, environment and sanitation where young people are engaged in an adventure of strategy and survival. The goal is to ensure that the people in this drought-challenged village, who are facing the threat of a flood, have water that is safe to drink and a clean and healthy school environment. Includes a facilitation guide with instructions for use of the game as a teaching tool and suggestions for classroom activities relating to water, sanitation and hygiene education with a focus on literacy, mathematics, science and social studies.

Material Type:
Game
Lesson Plan
Provider:
UNICEF
Date Added:
02/16/2011
What Would you Do?
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The United Nations children's agency (UNICEF) presents the first computer game in Kiswahili, aimed at halting the spread of HIV and Aids. The game "What would you do?" (Ungefanyaje?) takes players through various scenarios to explain the importance of prevention and testing. Players choose from different options as two male and two female characters embark on relationships.

Material Type:
Game
Provider:
UNICEF
Date Added:
02/16/2011