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Published on Sep 27, 2007

Every child has the right to a name and nationality.

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Cartoons for Children's Rights is a UNICEF broadcast initiative that aims to inform people around the world about children's rights. So far, the effort has forged partnerships with many well-known animation studios that have developed more than 80 half-minute public service announcements (PSAs).

Each PSA illustrates a right described in the global rights treaty, such as 'Freedom from Child Labour' or 'Protection from Neglect'. All the spots are non-verbal, in order to get the rights message across to everyone, regardless of language.

Animated by Alexandra Crippa, Nelson Venecia and Reinaldo Cayama. Music by Francisco Diaz.
ArteVision-USB, Venezuela.

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