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.
[VIDEO] The EYE SEE TOHOKU photography workshops gave children in Japan the opportunity to document their lives in the aftermath of the 11 March 2011 earthquake and tsunami. Organized by the Japan Committee for UNICEF with support from Sony.
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/
A great story of trash turned to treasure – Random Acts of Flowers takes flower donations from Weddings, Special Events, grocery stores, and local florists to repurpose them into bouquets that they deliver to assisted living homes and hospitals in the Knoxville areas.
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
CRUDE - Official Trailer. One of the most impactful movies I have ever seen. The human toll is palpable. Not only does oil contribute to the destruction of the rain forest, but it harms indigenous communities, and causes vast environmental degradation.
In honor of International Women's Day (March 8), we present this theoneminutesjr. video made by 19-year-old Sadhna Rawat from India. She and her friends in the video are part of Virangana, a group of young women who fight for women's rights in their community.