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Our Facebook Live discussion about the importance of education for child refugees in Europe is now available to view on Vimeo.

On Wednesday 21st September 2016, At Home in the World was screened as a live event in four countries across Europe (Germany, Greece, Italy and Sweden), in collaboration with Moving Docs.

The screening was followed by a Q&A with refugee teachers from the Hope School of Scaramangas camp, a volunteer teacher from the Piraeus Open School for Immigrants, a UNICEF education specialist and it was moderated by Patrick Strickland from Al Jazeera English.

The discussion was broadcast, with the support of the website blod.gr of the Bodossaki Foundation, to audiences across Europe via Facebook Live.


 

Photo by SOOC

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At Home in the World - Moving Docs

AT HOME IN THE WORLD is an intimate depiction of the everyday lives of five refugee children on a Danish Red Cross asylum school. The children; Magomed, Sehmuz, Heda, Amel and Ali have different nationalities and backgrounds, but they have all fled their homes with their families, arriving in Denmark with the hope of starting over.