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10대 청소년, Second Life를 통해 아동권리협약의 이해를 높이다

2007.11.23

10대 청소년, Second Life를 통해 아동권리협약의 이해를 높이다

* Convention on the Rights of the Child inspires virtual videos in Teen Second Life
* 15 Nov 2007

You’re watching UNICEF Television.

A virtual red carpet for a very real celebration.
A screening in the virtual world Teen Second Life of videos created by teens and inspired by the Convention on the Rights of the Child – which turns 18 this month.

These videos were made during a Second Life summer camp run by New York-based non-profit Global Kids with support from UNICEF.

Ten teens from Finland, Great Britain and the United States met online for 2 hours a day over 5 weeks to learn about human rights for under-18’s, while also learning the art of video-making in a virtual world – or Machinima.

SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) TABITHA TSAI, Online Leadership Education Specialist, Global Kids:
“They got a lot of transferable skills in this camp they were able to learn how to capture angles, tell a story and raise awareness on a right and at the same time have fun with it.”

The screening included both machinima and real world videos covering child rights issues from drugs and disabilities to children in armed conflict.

SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) NAFIZA AKTER, Global Kids volunteer, 17 years old:
“After coming in they really learned about what different rights the document guaranteed children around the world and I think it made them compassionate because you realise that children should be having these rights and yet they are violated.”

By providing real world content to children online, UNICEF is enabling them to base their creativity on hard fact - a click on this birthday card takes users straight to the UNICEF website.

The idea of a virtual world with can seem baffling to a non-user, but you do not need to be a computer whiz to understand the message the kids are sharing: that every child be guaranteed their basic human rights.

This is Rachel Bonham Carter reporting for UNICEF Television. Unite for Children.



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