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Ukraine : deux ans de guerre - UNICEF - IFRC


HISTOIRE : Ukraine : Deux ans de guerre – UNICEF, IFRC

 

DURÉE : 3:24”

SOURCE : UNTV CH 

RESTRICTIONS : AUCUNE 

LANGUE : ANGLAIS / SON 

FORMAT : 16:9 

DATE LIMITE : 23 février 2024 GENEVE, SUISSE 

11.    Plan moyen : allée du drapeau de l'ONU  

22.     Plan large : orateurs au pupitre lors d'une conférence de presse 

33.  DÉCLARATION (anglais) – James Elder, porte-parole de l'UNICEF (de Kharkiv): « L'UNICEF estime qu'au cours des deux dernières années de cette guerre, les enfants des zones de première ligne en Ukraine ont été contraints de passer entre 3000 et 5000 heures sous terre. Cela équivaut à environ 4 à 7 mois. Alors, prenez un moment pour essayer d'imaginer passer l'équivalent de 200 jours au cours des deux dernières années, confiné dans un sous-sol, dans un bunker, dans un trou dans le sol. »

44. Plan large : salle de presse avec des journalistes et des écrans avec un orateur

55. DÉCLARATION (anglais) – James Elder, porte-parole de l'UNICEF (de Kharkiv): « Ainsi, les bombardements continus, l'utilisation accrue de drones, tout cela contribue à une prise de conscience que les enfants continuent d'être tués et que cela entrave la capacité des familles à surmonter le stress profond et le traumatisme infligés par cette guerre. Les parents à travers l'Ukraine ont signalé que leurs enfants souffrent d'une peur excessive, d'anxiété, d'insomnie, de phobies, de tristesse. Ainsi, à un moment où les soins parentaux sont les plus nécessaires, la moitié des parents interrogés ont déclaré avoir du mal à soutenir leurs enfants. »


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