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This video was created by Priscilla Ormond. She is 17 and lives Dominica. This videi is titled "Makeup". Created at the 2009 Barbados OneMinutesJr. workshop on child rights. To Learn more...please visit: http://www.unicef.org/videoaudio/video_42432.html

This video was created by Ishela Boski - she lives in Albania. She says " we all look different...we all feel different...but in the end...we all have beating hearts...we all have souls"...What do you think? Created at the 2011 oneminutesjr. Albania workshop. To Learn more...please visit: http://www.unicef.org/videoaudio/video_42432.html

This video was created by Mary Mubarak. She is 15 years old and lives in South Sudan. Created at the 2010 oneminutesjr. Southern Sudan workshop. To Learn more...please visit: http://www.unicef.org/videoaudio/video_42432.html

This video was created by Juan Ventura Dominguez. He is 17 years old and lives in Mexico. His idea?... discrimination should be knocked out. What do you think? Created at the 2010 oneminutesjr. Mexico workshop.

This video was created by Tatiana Trubca from Moldova in 2009. She talks about her family's struggles. Created at the 2009 oneminutesjr. Moldova workshop. To Learn more...please visit: http://uni.cf/oneminutejr

This video was created by Lea vom Kolke. She is 11 and lives in Germany Lea asks..."Why is it that sometimes people only listen when they want to?" Created at the oneminutesjr. workshop in Germany, 2011.

Niger, 2007: Newborn twins are examined at a UNICEF-supported clinic in Maradi Region. The Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) celebrated its 20th anniversary on 20 November 2009. The CRC is the most endorsed human rights treaty in the world, expressing in international law the rights due every child. Article 6 recognizes that “every child has the inherent right to life… survival and development…” - © UNICEF/Giacomo Pirozzi - For more information: http://www.unicef.org

VIDEO REPORT: Among friends in difficult times --- Child Friendly Spaces, such as the one at Wadi Annakhle public school in Lebanon, help Syrian refugee children access psychosocial support and regain a sense of normalcy in their lives, among friends. Learn more: http://www.unicef.org/infobycountry/lebanon_65948.html

Abdullah, 11, smiles as he displays the trophy he won at the ‘Safe Children Centre’, a UNICEF-supported residence for vulnerable children in Aden, Yeman. Most of the boys who live at the centre formerly lived on the streets, having migrated to the city from the countryside to seek work or escape violence at home. UNICEF finances the centre which houses 40 boys, and has provided all supplies, including learning materials, furniture, toys and games. © UNICEF/Giacomo Pirozzi…

This theoneminutesjr. video was made by 19-year-old Gabriel Eorjbor-Ashong at workshop in Ghana. He tells his story of being a role model for his younger brother and shares his dreams for the future. For more information, please visit: http://www.unicef.org/