Have you ever wondered if your family history shapes your future? 17-year old Takudzwa believes "history has a way to shape the future." Takudzwa presents an expressionistic portrait on the history of his family and his possible future in his OneMinutesJr.: http://youtu.be/qvEEGAml_20
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pickBMGBLtI&feature=youtu.be In Thursday's OneMinutesJr: 19-year-old Rosh who may have left Kurdistan for Jordan, but that doesn’t mean he will forget who he is.
As we are updated by OneMinutesJr. on the workshops in Jordan, we have our second film produced by budding journalist Mazoun (16). Capture the highs, lows and futures of in the Za'atari camp with Mazoun: http://youtu.be/Q7wMa1T16R4 Special Thanks to the OneMinutesJr. for keeping us updated on the workshops and the talented young producers in Jordan. Catch up on all the latest OneMinutesJr. blogs: http://www.voicesofyouth.org/en/users/224711
We are now receiving the videos produced by the young filmmakers from the OneMinutesJr. Workshop in Za'atari. This week's OMJ is produced by Hamza, a 16 year old in the Za'atari Refugee Camp in Jordan. Check out this young man's unique reflection on his journey to Za'atari.
The OneMinutesJr. gives youth the opportunity to have their voices heard by creating one minute videos that share their ideas, dreams, fascinations, anxieties and viewpoints on the world. The OneMinutesJr. held a workshop in Zaatari refugee camp, Jordan 18-23 January 2014. Read Part One and Part Three The first day of the Zaatari Camp workshop involved a lot of teaching, a lot of supervising and we only barely got to scratch the surface of the video ideas. On the second day,...
(Omaima, 12, Zaatari Camp, Jordan, 2014) Leaving behind her toys in Syria, a young girl tries to recreate her dream world.
(Oday, 13, Zaatari Camp, 2014) When you miss something in the camp, sometimes you have to use your imagination. Created at the 2014 Zaatari Camp OneMinutesJrs. workshop on the theme "Our Now, Our Future."
(Ghaida, 16, Zaatari Camp, Jordan) A beautiful scene pops up in the camp, and delivers a missing taste. Have you shared something in your community before?
(Wafa'a, 20, Jordan, 2014) A young woman muses on the strength of those who must stand strong and make their own way. As International Women's Day quickly approaches us this week, Wafa'a reminds us about empowerment. Share your stories with us by commenting below or using one of the tags in this post.