fredag 16. oktober 2015

Blog Action Day 2015

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Last week my students joined a Gründer camp at my school. The task was to present a progressive media Newsletter, and the winner product was a snapchat of a Syrian tasking on his mobil.

Almost every daily documentation of the refugee flow is seen from an European point of view. The snapchat brings us inside the war zone.
This blog presentation of the students´ snapchat is my contribution for the Blog Action Day 2015!
What is Blog Action Day?
Founded in 2007, Blog Action Day brings together bloggers from different countries, interests and languages to blog about one important global topic on the same day. Past topics have included Water, Climate Change, Poverty, Food, Power of We and Human Rights, with over 25,000 blogs taking part since 2007.How to get involved
It’s easy and free to take part in Blog Action Day. Simply develop a post about our theme topic, publish it on October 16, share it with the Blog Action Day community and talk about the posts you like best on social media.Why we picked “Raise Your Voice” as our theme. We have the power to create the world we want to see when we raise our voice to promote positive change and expose unjust actions. However, those who speak out are often under attack. This Blog Action Day we will celebrate those heroes who raise their voice when faced with censorship, threats and even violence. We will raise our voices to defend their right to raise theirs. We will overcome silence with our words and actions. We will share their stories. We will fight for those whose voice has been silenced. Source

The video is 

and too large to upload, but watch it on facebook October 9, here:

From practical reasons the text is written in Norwegian...

1 kommentar:

  1. thank you! Here in southern California, we have few refugees, but many MANY people cross the international border from Mexico and other latin american countries to find a better life for themselves and their families. We need to begin understanding both sides of the situation.


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