States! This is a special network for kids -- made by kids -- so that kids
in North America and Europe will have the chance to get to know each other
better. The great thing about it is that kids will have their very own
station to express their own views, ideas and concerns.
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*Hello, Salut, Cia, Merhaba, Hola*,
Hello people everywhere in the world
Welcome to the world-wide children's radio network of Radijojo and web
portal from children for children. You can learn, laugh and listen, so
you're protected from stupid commercials, Radijojo is voluntary and
Radijojo was formed with the help of a child – Jonathan when he was six
Hey! and the most important thing is that you can join in.
Radijojo is your radio and the more kids that take part, the better the
whole thing will be.
Well, send us your self written stories, reports, songs, photos, videos,
drawings or paintings – everything you find interesting or you would like
to share to: *email@example.com*
then we can stay on the ball.
* You can make self recorded audio's and send them to us in a MP3 format.
* You can ask your teachers or parents to help you do it.
* If you haven't got the means to record something yourself, we can contact
you with a telephone interview. And if everything else fails. For example,
you have no Internet connection, send us your feature by post, perhaps with
a help organisation like UNICEF.
All themes are welcome: school day-to-day, life, family life, children's
rights, environment, games, sport, music, animals, jokes, stories – anything
you regard of interest, things you just like, or subjects where you think,
things need to change.
The rules are easy, but also important:
* Respect for others and for the UN-children's rights
* No glorification of violence or drugs
* No political agitation.
* No prejudice towards people with a different skin colour, religion or
* No discrimination or insults towards girls, small children or children
*The handling of data and recordings:*
We won't publish audios or photos against the will of children or their
parents. Naturally, we take utmost care with all received data and
recordings, but if it does turn out that a mistake has been made concerning
any aspect of the procedure then, please contact us, we will then withdraw
the photo or recording in question immediately.
If you are not sure about certain content or don't know how to deal with
certain questions and themes:
Send us a mail – we will of course handle it confidentially. We will then
work closely together with you, on this particular work and future
collaborations. With complicated problems or misgivings we have excellent
connections with children's rights organisations that can offer an advisory
position and confer with us. So here it is again: *firstname.lastname@example.org*
In any case we will check every contribution before we upload it to our
website, to protect against unwanted and stupid suggestions.
Well: have fun and welcome to the World Chlidren's Radio!!
We have designed this extra new for you – and there's lots, lots more to
It was a hard job – but it was worth it:
*More than 100 countries are on board!*
With some countries we do our own projects. In the others partners like*UNICEF
*, *UNESCO*, and *Plan International* help us.
With some countries like the USA and Canada we've already set up a lot of
connections, look under: *
With other countries the collaboration has just begun and we are happy to
be working together with them.
Radijojo World Children's Radio Network is our present to you. With this you
have a strong voice – worldwide. That means you have lots of chances, but
also there is a lot of responsibility involved - for you and us.
But it will be a lot of fun and can change the course of the world.
So: Let's make something out of this. OK, let´s go!
*Your Thomas Röhlinger*
Founder and chief editor
Radijojo World Children's Radio Network
*For parents, teachers, community radio producers and media educators:
RADIJOJO is guided in its work on a number of key principles of
internationally recognized organisations. These include first:
* UN: Rights of the Child Convention
* UN: Human Rights Charter
Contentually, we are working both in Germany and worldwide in the context of
Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) of the UNESCO.
Education for sustainable development is teaching children, adolescents and
adults sustainable thinking and action. It puts people in a position to make
decisions for the future and assess the impact of their own actions on
future generations, or life in other world religions.
This includes knowledge about:
global connections and challenges such as climate change and global justice;
the complex economic, environmental and social causes of these problems.
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