The following is a selection of my audio and video work for UNICEF.
A Day in the Life: Mary's Story
Thirteen-year-old Mary (not her real name) lives and works with her family on the streets of Manila, capital of the Philippines. Mary works with her mother on the family stall and looks after her younger sisters. She's been out of school for three years.
A Day in the Life: Crisanto's Story
Fifteen-year-old Crisanto (not his real name) lives at Pangarap Shelter for Street Children in Manila, capital of the Philippines. He ran away from home when he was nine because his father was an alcoholic and would beat him when he got drunk. Crisanto lived on the streets for two years.
Children's rights through children's eyes
UNICEF UK Ambassador Martin Bell visited a Rights Respecting school in London, which emphasises rights and responsibilities. While there, he interviewed four children about what children's rights mean to them. These are their stories.
Bearing witness: Martin Bell in Somalia
Martin Bell is UNICEF UKs Ambassador for Humanitarian Emergencies. He has
recently returned from a visit to Somalia, where he saw first hand
UNICEFs work helping children affected by the ongoing conflict in the
Living on the edge of the world: Martin Bell
In 2001, Martin was appointed UNICEF UK Ambassador for Humanitarian
Emergencies. Since then, he has visited and reported on UNICEFs
emergency operations in war torn countries around the world.