Youth Initiative

The notes that make up the web home of simple recipes relating to cooking and drawing competitions. The interaction is perhaps most interesting policy PequeTimes; in each edition proposes to send documents such as jokes or tongue twisters that will be published. Since its creation in 1996, have awarded, in late October, the “most horrible story,” referring to the traditional Halloween party. Newsademic Designed to blend current events with learning English, whether American or British, the biweekly newspaper arrives at each subscriber’s email in PDF format. However, its design allows it to be printed. You can subscribe in a period corresponding to 26 or 52 editions and in addition each issue will receive some type of activities that work in addition to the topics covered in class. The subscribers, in general, are an audience between 7 and 15 years. The content, independent of the subject, it is easy to read and educational functions as both addition of knowledge in diverse areas such as learning a foreign language.

Expressions Youth Initiative promoted by students Argentine province of Entre Rios, whose only requirement for the paper, is that its working group as the audience between 8 and 18 years of age. His proposal is intended in the reformulation of content, which often are not treated in depth in the conventional media. Also, your page invites students from around the world join with sole purpose of better information and, likewise, contribute content according to sections. After five years of service, the digital newspaper has acquired the support of private institutions, advertising and international and local newsagents. In dealing with all kinds of topics of general interest, within which highlights technology, robotics, ecology and literature, the action of these young people, belonging to the group “Other Media”, has served as an example in Latin America.

Printed also in Valencia (Spain), three women created “The Squib”, first printed newspaper for children which are distributed monthly. What is striking about the project have been the sections; daily compared with conventional, small have the same type of information that one adult: national, international, culture and sports. Its value is 1 and, so far, has a circulation of 10,000 copies. Children’s publishing company run by psychologists and educators, among others. It is aimed for an audience between 6 and 14 years. But new ways to understand this phenomenon, it is necessary to highlight the figure of Mon Quotidien, French newspaper founded in 1995, with a printing of 200,000 units per day. Also, along with three other numbers in the same editorial (each depends on age range), the newspaper which is distributed at the door of the house for 46 cents, with 2.5 million readers daily. Beyond that model is being implemented Mon Quotidein across Europe, its success is an enhancement of print versus digital, and also the implementation of a reading culture in the new generations. Given the advantages and growth of this type of interaction with children, as well as the increasing percentage of population with Internet access, two spaces, digital and print, should be better used for education. Small subscriptions in the national newspapers could function as digital supplement to promote the need in young people, to be informed and consulted in the day.