Serbia: national water polo team features in child rights video

Source: The Network of Organizations for Children of Serbia – MODS

June 17th 2016 –  The Network of Organizations for Children of Serbia – MODS premiered its video “Team For Victory” that promotes children rights in Serbia. Five of the most popular Serbian water polo players and world champions – Andrija Prlainovic, Dusko Pjetlovic, Filip Filipovic, Zivko Gocic and Milan Aleksic appear in the video and give statements on why it is important to fight for children’s rights. Also, voice-overs in the video were provided by popular singer and composer Ana Stanic as well as national TV RTS’s Children’s Choir.

Aside from the video premiere, new MODS ambassadors were presented: basketball player Natasa Kovacevic and children’s actor Stevan Piale. They have joined the MODS ambassador’s Club which was already comprised of renowned jazz composer Vasil Hadzimanov and pop singers and composers Ana Stanic and Aleksandra Radovic. Other celebrities are expected to join in the near future.

The director of MODS, Sasa Stefanovic, thanked the musicians and athletes for joining the mission for children’s well being in Serbia and invited other celebrities that might be interested to participate as well.

Here is the transcript of the video in English:

“For protection of children’s health. (Zivko Gocic)

For quality education of children. (Milan Aleksic)

For childhood without violence. (Andrija Prlainovic)

For decrease of social differences among children. (Filip Filipovic)

For healthy environment – for all the children! (Dusko Pijetlovic)

Just like our water polo team performs unanimously and wins for its country,

MODS – Network of Organizations for Children of Serbia gathers 75 organizations

that fight for children’s rights.

Join the winning team! (Ana Stanic voice-over)

Wholeheartedly for children of Serbia! (RTS Children’s Choir voice-over)