The CyberDodo's Files
“Freedom comes through knowledge!”, this is a summary of the activities of “CyberDodo, Defender of Life”. Each theme chosen in the animated cartoons ends with a file which will help you to learn more stuff…
CyberDodo fights against noise pollution (1-59) Pollution is an assault on all of our senses - sight, smell, touch, taste and... hearing, which is the focus of this case file. Noise and noise pollution have become some of the main sources of stress and present a health risk for hundreds of millions of our peers.
"CyberDodo and Sport " photo competition Playing sports is crucial for the balanced development of children and the health of adults. CyberDodo is therefore celebrating all forms of sport in its photo competition, the winner of which will receive a GoPro HERO camera! Hooray to sport and hooray to a photo of CyberDodo with you!
CyberDodo and battery cage farming (1-49) Always something more, to the extent of treating farm animals as if they are commodities and not as if they are living creatures. Here is a case file on battery cage farming and its awful consequences, not just for the animals which suffer throughout their short lives in these cages, but also for mankind...
CyberDodo and Fertilizers (1-12) Part of our capacity to feed almost 7 billion people at the beginning of the 21st century has been attributed to the development of fertilizers. So does this mean that everything is wonderful? Far from it, because almost one billion people are going hungry and furthermore, the abuse of fertilizers has been more destructive than helpful...
CyberDodo fights for the rights of minorities (2-23) Does a child from a minority group have fewer rights? Of course, the answer is no, although the reality is often not that easy to distinguish. CyberDodo offers you a case file on the rights granted to minorities by the United Nations International Convention on the Rights of the Child.
CyberDodo defends the right to reunite families (2-10) Family is the basic human structure; no-one can dare dispute this. However, many children are separated from their parents (For example, through wars, etc.) and in this regard article 10 of the International Convention on the Rights of the Child can be of assistance.
Universal Declaration of Human Rights Even though the International Convention on the Rights of the Child was adopted on 20 November 1989, it was preceded by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, whose 60th anniversary was celebrated on 10 December 2008 by the UN, a prestigious partner of CyberDodo.