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By Maria Nghidinwa, posted on on 8 June 2004 The Radio Manifesto Produced by the World Radio Forum, April 2004 Children, Youth and Media Around the World: An Overview of Trends & Issues Produced by Susan Gigli of the InterMedia Survey Institute for UNICEF , April 2004 Ignoring the Facts is the Biggest Crime Report on media coverage of youth crime from the charity Shape, April 2004 4th World Summit on Media for Children and Adolescents Held in Rio de Janeiro, 19-23 April 2004 Report by the APA Task Force on Advertising and Children By the American Psychologist Association (APA), February 2004 Guidelines for reporting young people involved in crime By Cleland Thom, Journalism Training Services, January 2004 3
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Children in Newspapers - A Global Content Study Survey of children in 30 countries by the World Young Reader Network of WAN, 2003 Young People, Media and Personal Relationships By David Buckingham and Sara Bragg, November 2003 Beyond Puff: Writing About Kids By Kelly McBride of the Poynter Institute, October 2003 Principles for ethical reporting on children From the UNICEF Media Team Children's Rights & Media: Guidelines & principles for reporting on children's issues Published by the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ), 2 May 1998 Links Links Organisations with an interest in children's rights and the media. AbracaDABra - Digital Radio for Kids E-mail: [email protected] Amnesty International E-mail: [email protected] ANDI E-mail: [email protected] Anti-Slavery International E-mail: [email protected] Article 19 E-mail: [email protected] Australian Children's Television Foundation E-mail: [email protected] BOES - Children's Rights Across the World E-mail: [email protected] Butterflies Programme for Street and Working Children Center for the Protection of Children's Rights (Thailand) E-mail: [email protected] Child Rights Information Network (CRIN) E-mail: [email protected] Child Welfare E-mail: [email protected] ChildHope E-mail: [email protected] Childline ChildNet International E-mail: [email protected] Children and Armed Conflict Unit E-mail: [email protected] Children Go Online E-mail: [email protected] Children Now E-mail: [email protected] Children's Express (UK) E-mail: [email protected] Children's House E-mail: [email protected] Children's Pressline E-mail: [email protected] The Children's Society E-mail: [email protected] 4
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Children's Trust E-mail: [email protected] Childwatch International Research Network E-mail: [email protected] Coalition to Stop the Use of Child Soldiers E-mail: [email protected] Committee on the Rights of the Child E-mail: [email protected] The Concerned for Working Children E-mail: [email protected] Consultative Group on Early Childhood Care and Development E-mail: [email protected] Defence for Children International E-mail: [email protected] Early Child Development - World Bank E-mail: [email protected] End Child Prostitution, Child Pornography and the Sexual Exploitation of Children (ECPAT) E-mail: [email protected] The European Union (EU) E-mail: [email protected] EveryChild E-mail: [email protected]
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