You have a story, poem, song, essay, interview to share with your peers in Morocco and the whole world?
Wow, welcome! Here is how you can join in:
-> Read the “Do’s and Don’t”s below before recording.
-> Record it as audio or video. You can simply use your camera, MP3 recorder, mobile phone or in your local school media lab.
-> Share some additional information about you and your issue. Send in self-made photos and drawings to illustrate your story.
-> Send it to Radijojo World Children’s Media Network, either via our Facebook page or as mail to email@example.com
Here are the Do’s and Don’ts:
Please speak clear and in your personal style, don’t pretend being a politician or a superstar. Just be yourself.
Feel free to speak in any language you like: English, Arab, French, Berber, German… Please send us the script of your message, so that we can publish it together with your audio or video.
No hate speech against other cultures, religions, gender etc.
No glorification of war, violence, drugs consumption etc.
No violation of rights of others. Ha? Well, this means: Please do not put commercial music in your report, so that we do not get into legal trouble for using music that is owned by others. This could cost us a lot of money, and therefore we could not use it.
Please check facts that you mention with two different sources, as professional journalists do.
And, last but not least: Don’t bore your friends – cheer them up! Even if your topic is serious: Try to be entertaining if you see a chance to do so. Sometimes, you can get a tough issue best across with a little cheeky smile
Partners and useful resources
Relations culturelles maroco-allemandes
(Homepage of the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany to Morocco)
The pages of Radijojo:
(Radijojo and YACD are members of Anna Lindh Foundation Network)
Youssef Nait Belaid (Charge des Relations Internationales et de la Cooparation de la Academie Regionale d’ Education et de Formation de la Region de Marrakech Tensift Al Haouz – Maroc) Education & ouverture internationale. Marrakech, AFAQ 2011
UNESCO Resource package
Teaching and Learning for a Sustainable Future
(Radijojo awarded by UNESCO for its application of this methods)
UNESCO Media and Information Literacy curriculum for Teachers
FEZ Declaration on Media and information literacy (UNESCO, UN Alliance of civilizations, World Summit on Media for Children foundation et.al.)
UNESCO Media and information literacy curriculum for teachers
UN Convention on the Rights of the Child
UNICEF Resource package “Communicating with Children”
(Radijojo mentioned as best practice)
UNESCO/ UN Alliance of Civilizations / UNITWIN/Nordicom: MILID Yearbook 2013 Media and Information Literacy and Intercultural Dialogue (Radijojo has own chapter as international best practice)
(Radijojo selected as one of the best projects worldwide)
Global Experts of UN Alliance of Civilizations
(Project leader Thomas Röhlinger is one of the “Global Experts)
UN Sports for Development and Peace (Director is supporter of Radijojo)
Stop Bullying – Speak up! (Only one example out of many, many members)
IEARN (International Edcuation and Resource Network)
(Radijojo is member)
(Global network of Children and Youth fighting for Peace and Environment; founded by UN Messenger of Peace, Jane Goodall. Radijojo is partner.)
Global Education Conference Network
(Project leader Thomas Rіhlinger is Member of the Advisory Board)
UNESCO Community Radio Handbook
UNESCO Paris Declaration on Open Educational Resources
Creative Commons (help you share your knowledge and creativity with the world)
Global Competence: Prepare Youth to Engage with the World
The new page of Youth Association for Culture and Development (YACD) (coming soon)