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Andris Piebalgs (L) Commissioner for development and European Commission President José Manuel Durão Barroso (R), listen to child media monitors, Mogau Kganana (2nd L) & Orifha Nemorure (2nd R), both pupils attending the Media Monitoring Africa's project to teach children how to monitor the media project.Background for extended caption: In September 2011, a European Commission delegation lead by EU President José Manuel Durão Barroso, visited South Africa to attend the fourth EU South Africa Summit. Whilst on his visit to SA, President Barroso and his delegation attended this particular press conference which was hosted by Save The Children Sweden. Very specifically, Media Monitoring Africa (a Save The Children Sweden partner and NGO in its own right) was privileged to have children from its 'Children and the Media' programme present. A total of 13 children directly involved in the project were able to engage with President Barroso on issues surrounding why they are being taught to © Independent Contributors

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Title: EU President Barroso engages on Children's Rights
Image Number: APN332857
Caption: Andris Piebalgs (L) Commissioner for development and European Commission President José Manuel Durão Barroso (R), listen to child media monitors, Mogau Kganana (2nd L) & Orifha Nemorure (2nd R), both pupils attending the Media Monitoring Africa's project to teach children how to monitor the media project.Background for extended caption: In September 2011, a European Commission delegation lead by EU President José Manuel Durão Barroso, visited South Africa to attend the fourth EU South Africa Summit. Whilst on his visit to SA, President Barroso and his delegation attended this particular press conference which was hosted by Save The Children Sweden. Very specifically, Media Monitoring Africa (a Save The Children Sweden partner and NGO in its own right) was privileged to have children from its 'Children and the Media' programme present. A total of 13 children directly involved in the project were able to engage with President Barroso on issues surrounding why they are being taught to
City: Johannesburg
Country: South Africa
Dimensions: 4200 x 2800 px
DPI: 300
Orientation: landscape
File Type: image
Model Release: MR-NON
Property Release: PR-NON
Keywords: Barosso, EU, child journalist, children, children's rights, human rights, media monitor
Credit: Adrian Baillie-Stewart / Independent Contributors / Africa Media Online
Credit: 2011-09-16T16:17:05