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Redfern, Australia, 20 March 2020 – With 1 Billion students set to have their education affected by COVID-19, AIME is taking its worldwide award-winning imaginative mentoring model directly into homes via YouTube with a weekday TV show, IMAGI-NATION TV, starting Monday 23 March 2020.

Close to 400 million students around the world have had their education interrupted by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19)according to UNESCO.

IMAGI-NATION TV has been created by AIME – the global Imagination Factory powered by mentoring – so that every kid can have a mentor in their lives every day during this unprecedented time, and the kids who most need support are not left behind.

IMAGI-NATION TV will air at 12pm AEST every weekday. Each show will follow a weekly theme and invite thinkers, designers, problem-solvers, teachers, artists and kids from everywhere to engage in creative ways on topics from Imagination to Hope to Rebelliousness. 

With 1 Billion kids set to be affected, AIME is calling on all governmentsuniversitiesschoolsbroadcasters & mentors to come together to help these kids.

Australian media publisher Pedestrian Group has come on board as a founding partner.

“PEDESTRIAN.TV has always been a voice of young Aussies. This is a particularly important time for us to partner with AIME’s mentors as they go digital and drive positive conversation about the future,” said James McManus, Creative Director at Pedestrian Group.

Creative counsel Background have also joined AIME as a founding partner to help produce the Monday segment Thinkers, where a global network of experts and leaders share insights and knowledge on selected topics. The partnership will launch from Monday 30 March.

“AIME has led the way in adapting and transforming structures, and now more than ever a paradigm shift is on the horizon. We’re excited to bring the insight and knowledge of our networks to the table – to see the power of imagination let loose in every home, and for the youth and fresh ideas this will support,” Margaret Zhang, co-founder Background.

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