ACCESO Kids

ACCESO Kids teaches values and builds self--esteem in children. Using music, cartoons, coloring books, and participatory exercises, children leam about faimess, justice and civic responsibility with the ACCESO team.

Starting at a young age, children learn about fairness, justice and good values, while having fun dancing to music and participating in exercises with the ACCESO gang.

ACCESO Kids has developed different programs that uses the imagination to teach kids to understand and interact with legal concepts.

ACCESO Kids Program Video

ACCESO Kids cartoons

LADY JUSTICE
NEW YORK STREET FIGHTING LAWYER
EL PISTOLERO
ROCKSTAR INC.
EL TORO DE LA JUSTICIA
EL ULTIMO


Super Defensor and the fight for the Environment


ACCESO Kids Videos

Toro de la Justicia in Tijuana for a ACCESO IP for Kids Program



Team Justice, Legal Super Heroes


Soy Inocente

ACCESO in Chile for an IP for Kids Program


ACCESO's team visited the northern Chilean city of Iquique to execute its signature Intellectual Property Rights for Kids Program. This public education program for at-risk kids is part of Proyecto ACCESO's commitment to fighting Intellectual Property piracy.

Leading the team was Sebastian Vives, a long-time team member. Ricardo Amunategui, of Santiago de Chile, and Alejandro Gonzalez, originally from Cuba. Ricardo and Alejandro are both professors of animation arts at UNIACC in Santiago.
Several animations were produced and will be broadcast on the web.

The program was funded with a grant from the U.S. Embassy in Chile in collaboration with the Chile office of International Federation of Phonographic Industries (IFPI). Since 2004, ACCESO and IFPI have partnered with the U.S. Embassy on a number of public education programs about IP rights and the dangers that piracy poses to the national patrimony and public health and safety in Chile.



ACCESO finger puppets
NEW ACCESO Kids finger puppets! Made by hand from Bolivian wool, these little toys remind us of all the ACCESO Trainers – El Pistolero, El Lente de la Justicia, and even Rockstar Inc. are featured! Based on the real life legal superheroes who are bringing justice to the Americas, these finger puppets will delight even the grumpiest of judges.