TORONTO, Nov. 20, 2013 /CNW/ - The following B-Roll is available by Video On-Demand web download: Small Voices, Big Dreams survey
STORY SUMMARY: Small Voices, Big Dreams is an international survey released today of almost 6,500 children, including 400 Canadian participants. Christian Children's Fund of Canada led the Canadian survey component. Children aged 10 to 12 in 47 countries across the Americas, Europe, Africa and Asia were asked about their views on violence and exploitation, and to describe what makes them feel safe and happy.
The survey found more than 70 per cent of Canadian children are concerned about crime and violence. Nearly 80 per cent feel most safe and happy when they're with their family, and more than half say a parent or family member is their hero.
- On-camera clip of Mark Lukowski, CEO, Christian Children's Fund of Canada
- Establishing shots: CCFC headquarters in Markham
- On-camera clips of Canadian children making statements about the survey they completed: Bishop Beeston, Danielle Trottier, Georgia Bower
- Shots of children playing outdoors, Danielle getting picked up from school by mom, kids making signs indoors, holding up signs outdoors and saying, "No more hurting!"
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DATE OF POSTING: 11/20/2013
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