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The radio

Yao worked really hard for a year in Nigeria so he could buy himself a radio, but now it doesn’t work...
Togo
Language : English
Média : Video
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Maimouna

Maimouna gives a brief resumé of the seven years she’s spent in hosting the Radio Gune Yi programme in Senegal.
Senegal
Language : French
Média : Video
Time : 00mn 31
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Two friends, one bicycle

Kodjo and his friend decide to go and work in Nigeria to buy a bike. During the trip the children are caught in a fire in the bush and Kodjo’s friend dies…
Togo
Language : English
Média : Video
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Djibril

Shares with us what he’s learnt in taking part in Radio Gune Yi in Senegal.
Senegal
Language : French
Média : Video
Time : 00mn 23
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Abass

Abass shares his joy in having been told about children’s rights and his desire to make those around him aware of these rights (Malawi).
Malawi
Language : English
Média : Video
Time : 01mn 10
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Brenda

Brenda took part in the 5th World Media Summit for Children in Johannesburg (March 2007, South Africa) and says what she feels about the problem of children understanding information broadcast by the media. (English, subtitled in French)

Language : English
Média : Video
Time : 00mn 25
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A better futur

Children should go to school and learn so they can help their families and make a better future. You shouldn’t leave your country to look for happiness somewhere else. This is what Hodalo says.
Togo
Language : English
Média : Video
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Khadim

Speaks to us about the musical project ‘Tundu Joor’ and shares his enthusiasm and ideas.
Senegal
Language : French
Média : Video
Time : 00mn 16
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Boureima

Young people’s media have an important role to play in raising awareness of children’s rights.
Burkina Faso
Language : French
Média : Video
Time : 00mn 25
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Arthur

Expressing your opinion gives you greater confidence. That’s what Arthur (12 years old) who took part in the Radio Gune Yi project in Senegal tells us.
Senegal
Language : French
Média : Video
Time : 00mn 19
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Aissatou

Tells us what taking part in the musical project ‘Tundu Joor’ in Senegal meant to her.
Senegal
Language : French
Média : Video
Time : 00mn 10
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Leaving for far away

Two young girls disappear after talking to a woman at the school exit. They were taken far from their village to work, which stopped them going to school and sitting their exams at the end of the year like everybody else.
Togo
Language : English
Média : Video
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Waiting

Moutawakilou worked two years in Nigeria because Oga, a drug dealer, had promised to buy him a motorbike in exchange, but he didn’t keep his word.
Togo
Language : English
Média : Video
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Oga (trafficker)

Abibou was taken with other children to Nigeria by a child-trafficker. He had promised to buy Abibou a motorbike. In fact, he used him to earn money and stopped him from going to school and so destroyed his chances of an education.
Togo
Language : English
Média : Video
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Akouvi at school

Akouvi wants to learn to sew so she can make her own clothes. Without listening to her mother who forbids her to do this, she decides to go to Nigeria in order to buy a sewing machine. She returns some time later, unhappy and without a sewing machine.
Togo
Language : English
Média : Video
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Freedom and slavery as seen by Dioundiouba

Dioundiouba goes to school on Gorée one of the symbols of slavery and her she shares her definition of freedom as well as the rights and responsibilities of children regarding their parents.
Senegal
Language : French
Média : Video
Time : 03mn 08
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The motocycle

Agbéko worked in Nigeria for two years to buy a motorbike. He only rode it once and then he had an accident. Since then it no longer works. Two years of working in tough conditions and all that suffering for nothing !
Togo
Language : English
Média : Video
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The dream

Even if certain women say that in Nigeria you can have everything you dream of (wraps, radios. .), Mawulé says this isn’t true and tells how her stay there was very difficult.
Togo
Language : English
Média : Video
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Over there

Many young girls are persuaded to go and work in Nigeria in order to be able to buy everything they’ve ever dreamed of. There, they are, in fact exploited by adults and only experience unhappiness.
Togo
Language : English
Média : Video
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Frederic

Suggests setting up a chain for children in each country in order to be able to promote their rights (South Africa) (English, subtitled French).

Language : English
Média : Video
Time : 00mn 19
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Talking with my parents

Despite her parents forbidding her to go there, Assigble set off for Nigeria. On her return she tells of the unhappiness she experienced whilst living there.
Togo
Language : English
Média : Video
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Being proud

Amavi tells us that it’s more rewarding to work at home in the village, rather than work as a domestic help far away from home.
Togo
Language : English
Média : Video
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Feel lucky

A group of Togolese children taken to work in Benin and Nigeria explain their decision never to go back there.
Togo
Language : English
Média : Video
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Joyce

Since taking part in the 5th World Media Summit for Children (March 2007) in Johannesburg (South Africa), Joyce talks to us about the importance of suitable media for children. (English subtitled in French).

Language : English
Média : Video
Time : 01mn 00
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Freedom and slavery seen by Salimata

From Gorée Island where she goes to school, Salimata explains what freedom means for her and the chance to give her opinion on slavery.
Senegal
Language : French
Média : Video
Time : 04mn 00
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