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brazil Find the pictures taken by Children EYE SEE UNICEF Child Photography Workshop A New Perspective: The World Through Children's Eyes

    Federative Republic of Brazil

    country information
    Capital Brasilia
    Population 196,655,000
    Population 8,514,877km2
    Official Language Portuguese
    Major Industry Manufacturing, Industrials(iron ore), Agriculture(Sugar, Orange, Coffee, Soya bean)
    Under - five mortality rate 15%
    Population with access to improved water sources 98%
    Average life expctancy 74 years old
    Gross National Income (GNI) per capital USD 10,720
    Population living on less than USD 1,25 per day 6%
    Youth of literacy rate 97%
    Child labor 3.0%
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    Brazil workshop report

    The 16th EYE SEE workshop was held in Tabatinga, State of Amazonas, Brazil. It was the fourth workshop held under the theme of the “rights of indigenous children.”
    There are more than 250 indigenous communities in Brazil. This workshop was participated by 18 children from Ticuna and Kokama, which are two of the largest indigenous communities.

    The indigenous community consists of a rich social culture developed based on various traditions and languages of diverse ethnic groups and races. On the other hand, they are also communities facing many difficulties including environmental problems, alcohol and drug dependencies, and a lack of public services such as healthcare and education. A high suicide rate among children, violence and the loss of traditional lifestyles are also becoming problems in these communities.

    In the five-day workshop, children were divided into four groups, aiming at constructing a network among different ethnic groups living within the region. They acquired communication skills through activities such as discussion on the theme of photography, shooting, interviews and information collection of the subjects in their photos, and transmission of messages through photograph captions.
    In addition, taking photographs of their own traditional cultures allowed them to convey the importance of social and cultural legacies, and provided an opportunity to stimulate their thoughts for looking anew at their identity, stand up against the various issues they are facing, and create something new.

    The photos taken by the children are not only shown in exhibitions held in various places throughout Brazil, but are also utilized when the children transmit their own messages through social media towards society.

    All images ©UNICEF/G.Pirozzi

    Find the pictures taken by children

    The Photographers (name, age)

    Marcos Jhollyfer Felix
    Rodrigues 15
    Walkenia da Silva
    Mendes 17
    Margarita Peres 17
    Crestian Arcanjo
    Ramos 13
    Caleb Vasques
    Catachunga 17
    Taiara Morais
    Sebastiao 12
    Liliane Fernandes
    Feliciano 16
    Caio Arcanjo
    Miambo 17
    Cleirisse Aguiar
    Dias 11
    Prisciane Uchoa
    Mauricio 17
    Liliane Fernandes
    Feliciano 16
    Lidia R. Bitencourt 13
    Andreia Ramos
    Lopes 15
    Franciley da Silva
    Cruz 15
    Angelina Mocambite
    Manoel 17
    Isiane Vasques
    Salvador 16
    Humberman Cruz
    Lopes 14
    Lourenco Marques
    Araujo 13

    All images ©UNICEF/G.Pirozzi