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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.

UN Accused Of Secretly Sterilizing Half A Million Kenyan Women. About 500,000 women may never bear children after being injected with a contaminated tetanus vaccine the Kenyan Catholic Church

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A Homeless Veteran Regains Control Over His Life With A Makeover

A Homeless Veteran Regains Control Over His Life With A Makeover - inspirational, but I also like the faces he makes during the transformation

This video was created by Tatiana Trubca from Moldova in 2009. She talks about her family's struggles. Created at the 2009 oneminutesjr. Moldova workshop. To Learn more...please visit: http://uni.cf/oneminutejr

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

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/

"Sahal" is 9 years old. He sits in a reception centre for former soldiers in Mogadishu. Two years ago, he was abducted by the Al-Shabaab rebel group. He and more than 160 other Al-Shabaab members recently defected due to lack of food. Somalia faces one of the worst food security crises in the world, part of a drought crisis threatening over 12 million people throughout the Horn of Africa. ©UNICEF/ Kate Holt http://www.unicef.org/photography