The largest commercial TV broadcaster in Norway, TV2 featured My Voice-My School in its news programme.
The report highlights the similar hopes of children, no matter where they are, and how direct dialogue across borders can help people go beyond stereotypes and gain a more nuanced worldview.
“The students at the International School of Bergen and Palestinian refugee students in Syria are experiencing different realities. But they have a common dream: to secure a better future through education. This is the focus of the project My Voice-My School.
Since this fall, they have been talking to refugee students in Damascus to discuss the importance of education. The project is aimed to give young people a more nuanced picture of the world and create unity across borders.
After the conversations with the refugee students, Parmida has realized how privileged she and her classmates really are.”
08 February 2018