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2007.01.22
UNICEF ‘mini-reporters’ help launch anti-violence campaign in El Salvador In El Salvador, 8,000 children and adolescents took to the streets of the capital, San Salvador, to mark the start of a UNICEF-led campaign on violence against children. Things look different at street-level, and from a child’s point of view. Two children who were involved in the march saw it in a very special way. 12-year old Diego and 8-year old Alejandro are UNICEF “mini-reporters” who were on the scene that day, conducting interviews and bringing their own viewpoint to the issues raised by their peers. SOT/NATS, Diego Gabriel Figueroa: Hola soy Diego Gabriel reporterito de UNICEF. SOT/NATS, Alejandro Falla: “Con Diego Gabriel hemos realizado el siguiente reportaje sobre la cruzada en contra de la violencia.” VO/SOT: Alejandro: Every day hundreds of boys, girls, and adolescents suffer, and witness violent acts. VO/SOT: Diego: Because of all this, UNICEF El Salvador has considered it important to promote a national crusade for peace and coexistence in this country. It’s called: “Make a difference without being indifferent.” When the UN Secretary-General’s Study on Violence against Children was released last October, regional countries launched their own anti-violence campaigns. The campaign launch in El Salvador attracted celebrities and politicians ready to lend their support. Diego and Alejandro were eager hear what young people had to say. VO/SOT, male student: “Violence is only the way in which people express their resentments towards society, their sorrow, when they can’t express it in other ways.” VO/SOT, female student: It is the act of not only physically, but also verbally or morally making another person feel bad. At San Salvador’s Sports Palace, UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador and international pop star Shakira greeted thousands of Salvadoran students who took part in the march. VO/SOT, Diego: “Today we are at the Sports Palace, where today UNICEF launches a campaign against violence.” And, in the style of some of the best journalists in the world, Diego braved VO/SOT, Diego: “Shakira, what can we as children do to avoid violence?” VO/SOT, Shakira: “Well, so many things you can do: Obeying your parents is very important, studying, getting an education is one of the basic keys to our future. Continue dreaming because dreams can come true, and never resort to violent means.” In El Salvador, UNICEF’s “mini-reporters” are doing their best to enlighten the public about violence and how to prevent it. They are spreading the message to “look with your heart at what your eyes don’t see.”
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