Developing Citizens: BBC News for Children and Young People around the World
Workshop Session: The BBC has developed complementary strategies to enable young people and children in the UK and around the world to develop as Global Citizens through the News. In a 90 minute participatory workshop we will explore the following projects: Access to the News; Engagement with the News; News Generation; News Dialogue. // Paper ID 432
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