Tiny Stories: “What I Want for Every Child”
Every year on 20 November, the world comes together to celebrate child rights. This year is unique as UNICEF celebrates its 70th anniversary in December, marking seven decades of working tirelessly to advance the rights of every child everywhere in the world.
To highlight its important achievements, UNICEF invites writers from all continents to celebrate and advocate for children’s rights by participating in the ‘Tiny Stories: For Every Child’ challenge. UNICEF is inviting you to write a tiny story under the theme ‘What I want for every child’ to help the organization promote the importance of child rights.
We would like to touch people through tiny stories written by their favorite authors and invite you to write a story under the theme “what I want for every child” and publish it on Facebook, starting from 14 of November.
How to participate?
1. Let local UNICEF office to know you are interested in participating.
:: This does not commit you to submit a story, but helps us to prepare on global level.
2. Select your topic and write a story.
:: Theme of the story is “What I want for every child”
:: The story should optimally be maximum of 7 lines (7 sentences) long as we are celebrating 70 years of UNICEF´s relentless work for every child.
:: Feel free to write from any perspective you like e.g. you can ask the question, what I would have wanted as a child.
:: We hope to see stories written in different genres, by different voices and from different standpoints. The tone of the story is yours to select.
3. Share the story on your Facebook page during 14. - 20. November
How to share your story in Facebook?
1. Go to your own Facebook page
:: If you do not use Facebook, contact local UNICEF for other options.
2. Write your story to the status update
3. Include hashtag #ForEveryChild in the text
4. Add Tiny Stories Photo to the post.
:: This is the Tiny Stories book cover in UNICEF blue colour
5. Select “Who would see this?” setting as ”Public”
:: This is how:
:: tag local UNICEF Facebook profile to the post
:: Do it only if you know how to do thiс.
7. Click “Post”
What will happen next?
People will see the story. They can like it and share it.
Local UNICEF will share some stories on their local UNICEF Facebook account.
There will be stories from all 7 continents. To see all stories people can follow instructions on UNICEF webpage that will be published in November.
Thank you for joining the initiative!
We look forward to our future collaboration with you. Working together, and using the power of your talent and creativity we can make a difference.
UNICEF promotes the rights and wellbeing of every child, in everything we do. Together with our partners, we work in 190 countries and territories to translate that commitment into practical action, focusing special effort on reaching the most vulnerable and excluded children, to the benefit of all children, everywhere.
For more information:
Jacklin Tzocheva, Communication Officer, UNICEF Bulgaria
Tel: 02/9696208, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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