WADADA News for Kids: news, opinions and stories from around the world
'People Deserve To Know'. That's what Free Press Unlimited is working for worldwide. And that's why we have also created WADADA News for Kids. News, opinions and stories from the perspective of young people. Because Kids Deserve To Know And To Be Known.
Worldwide since 2004
In production in 20 countries
Reaching over 100 million people
Publications in 14 languages
A global community, connecting diversity
WADADA News for Kids is an international crossmedia cooperation of professional media organizations. Based on the WADADA News for Kids news formats we've created other video and audio programmes around the world. Nowadays we're a network of cooperation, we're running a 24/7 online newsroom, an online media library where all video and audio materials are uploaded and exchanged, we give on site trainings, lobby and advocacy, joint fundraising and are continuing to build successful national crossmedia communities.
WADADA News for Kids world edition
The WADADA News for Kids world edition shows a compilation of the news, information and stories from our partners around the world.
Our host Fiona presents the latest headlines, current affairs, short news and teen reports.
WADADA News for Kids is active in these countries
I think it’s great that a programme is cool and tells me the news at the same time. I don’t watch the grown-up news because it’s so boring.
Education is what I am. I increase the capacity of humans. Education is the key to success, with this key I open every door.
It is very good for us. Kids know little about the news. Because of this programme, we learn more about our country.
When I watch the programme I feel involved. Especially when other kids like me are being interviewed and we share the same thoughts.
WADADA News for Kids is a project of Free Press Unlimited
Free Press Unlimited believes that objective information can be of life-and-death importance. Free Press Unlimited helps local journalists in war zones and conflict areas to provide their audience with trustworthy news and information. The information that people need to survive and give shape to their own future.