Seven groups of Austrian young people are working together with young people in Cameroon, Mexico, the Philippines, Rojava (northern Syria), Senegal, Kenya and Equatorial Guinea to produce short films on children’s rights.

On 6 December 2022, the films will be shown at the Moviemento cinema in Linz, then at the this human world film festival in Vienna and then published here.

Here is a small selection of the first four collaborations that is presented in cooperation with the KJA Vienna.

Short versions of some of the films also appear on Instagram, Facebook (Kinderfressen leicht gemacht) and TikTok.

Just Another Day
Say something, Sarah! – Parle-moi, Sarah!
5R, please!
Girl power
Family before education
Against the current
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