Human rights and children’s rights are the central focus within these lesson plans. The students will learn about children’s rights through film. The Poor Children of Rich Europe lessons draw attention to a variety of subjects and issues: the situation of children in Europe; Are we equal? What does it mean to be under privileged in modern Europe?; minorities voice – can film make us more empathetic about others? Can the camera be used as a tool of empowerment?; Is there a culture of whitewashing and a language of discrimination? These sub topics accumulate to the one central focus, the human rights to which every citizen is entitled.
I've answer you. Several times. Why don't you answer my question? I don't need to be here with you. I've got family. She's not a criminal, I think she could leave with me now.
Shortcut offer a catalog of European short films on the vod platform available to all registered educational institutions. The films were selected according to a thematic key created for the competences that today's youth may need most in the face of the challenges of modern Europe