In November 1999, young people involved in media projects, media professionals and child rights experts gathered in Oslo to discuss the role the media can play in the development of children’s rights throughout the world. From their deliberations emerged the Oslo Challenge–http://www.unicef.org/magic/briefing/oslo.html. This Network was set up for professionals and organizations working in the field of children, as well as for the media, as a way to share information and ideas about child rights. This network – now known as the MAGIC Network – communicates through an email group. You can join this this group on the website: www.unicef.org/magic