Touchable Earth shares the kids' eye view of the world.
It is a free to use program available at touchableearth.org. It is comprised of 1000+ videos of kids aged 8-11 years old teaching about the place they live in short videos.
The program presents snapshots of facts (map, the capital, the anthem), family life, games they play, culture, their school day, and their aspirations.
All the videos have been shot professionally. Kids speak the language they feel comfortable with and subtitles are available in English.
An equal number of videos are presented by girls as boys.
Touchable Earth promotes tolerance of gender, culture, and identity.
The United Nations Alliance of Civilisations awarded it the best app to improve intercultural dialogue (Vienna 2013).