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MUZEJ ILUZIJA POSTAJE MUZEJ REALNOSTI Otkrijte stvarnost uz pomoć virtualne stvarnosti i holograma

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22/02/2015 : - Polio Day Booth at Badam Nagar, Jamalpur-A large group of children, parents with their children as well as siblings with their younger ones accumulate at the polio booth to get every child under the age of 5 years vaccinated against polio. There is a huge enthusiasm among everyone and the CMC’s, BMC’s, vaccinators and local as well as religious leaders also reach the booth to contribute their bit to the cause. India has eradicated polio and this is a great moment of solidarity among all to keep up their good work. Every child is vaccinated, and everyone present makes sure they let this enthusiasm and success stay that way .
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Ulaskom u Muzej realnosti posjetitelji će moći s Ewanom McGregorom posjetiti selo u Keniji, kročiti u rudnik zlata u kojem rade djeca, zaigrati računalnu igru za slijepe i prolistati foto-album vjenčanja djevojčica mladenki

ZAGREB – Povodom 70. godišnjice djelovanja UNICEF-a, 12. prosinca zagrebački Muzej iluzija ponovno će se pretvoriti u Muzej realnosti koji će na tjedan dana "oživjeti" nerijetko potresnu stvarnost u kojoj žive mnoga djeca u svijetu.

Uz pomoć virtualne stvarnosti, holograma, optičkih iluzija i raznih instalacija UNICEF će u Muzeju realnosti i ove godine prikazati stvarnost najugroženije djece te svim posjetiteljima osigurati realno interaktivno iskustvo koje otvara nove poglede na današnji svijet, u kojemu zbog siromaštva, elementarnih nepogoda, prirodnih katastrofa i ratnih zbivanja teško žive milijuni osoba, među kojima je veliki broj djece.

Children sit together while undergoing release from the SSDA Cobra Faction armed group, in Pibor, Jonglei State. An assault rifle lies between the feet of one of the children.
On 10 February 2015 in South Sudan, UNICEF and partners oversaw the release of 300 children from the South Sudan Democratic Army (SSDA) Cobra Faction armed group, in Pibor, Jonglei State. The children surrendered their weapons and uniforms in a UNICEF-supported ceremony overseen by the South Sudan National Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration Commission and the Cobra Faction. They will spend their first night in an interim care centre, where they will be provided with food, water and clothing ñ and will also have access to health and psychosocial services. Their release follows that of an additional 249 children from Cobra Faction on 27 January, in the village of Gumuruk, Jonglei State. Since that time, 179 of the children have returned home to their families, while 70 children continue to live at the UNICEF-supported interim care centre as family tracing and reunification is carried out. All 249 boys attend the centre every day for meals, recreational activities and psychosocial support. Estimating that the cost for the release and reintegration of each child is approximately US$2,330 for 24 months, UNICEF is appealing for $13 million to fund the immediate needs of the released children and the vulnerable communities where they live. The children released on 27 January and 10 February are among approximately 3,000 in the Cobra Faction whose release has been secured by UNICEF and partners ñ in one of the largest ever such releases of children associated with armed groups or forces. The releases will continue in phases over the coming month. The released children and local communities have overwhelmingly told UNICEF that education is their number one priority. UNICEF is improving access to education in each of the release locations by either strengthening existing facilities or pr
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Ovogodišnje izdanje donosi nove interaktivne eksponate koji nude uvid u svakodnevicu koja je u potpunoj suprotnosti od svijeta iluzija, a fokus će biti na aktualnim temama. Ulaskom u Muzej realnosti posjetitelji će tako imati prilike ući u UNICEF-ov vremeplov i upoznati se s postignućima za djecu u zadnjih 70 godina, s Ewanom McGregorom posjetiti selo u Keniji, kročiti u rudnik zlata u kojem rade djeca, zaigrati računalnu igru za slijepe i prolistati foto-album vjenčanja djevojčica mladenki. Također, moći će otvoriti i vrata sobe gladi, pogledati kako izgleda škola nakon uragana, pokušati naći izlaz iz medijskog labirinta i čuti "beskonačna svjedočanstva" o traumama koje je teško zaliječiti.

Posjetitelji Muzeja moći će saznati što UNICEF, uz podršku građana, čini za najranjiviju djecu te se uključiti u program Čuvari djetinjstva i podržati stvaranje boljeg, sigurnijeg i pravednijeg svijeta za djecu.

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Zanimljiva priča započeta 2015. godine uspješno se širi te će, uz Zagreb, Muzej realnosti ove godine svoja vrata otvoriti i u još dva grada – Zadru i Ljubljani. Postav Muzeja realnosti bit će moguće razgledati u Zagrebu od 12. do 18. prosinca od 9 sati do 22 sata, a u Zadru od 14. do 18. prosinca od 10 do 20 sati.  Ulaz će biti slobodan za sve posjetitelje.


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