Demonstrating empathy, humor, and intelligence, a group of young film-makers have been recognized for their short videos, which tackle the weighty issues of discrimination, intolerance, and misogyny in a creative and entertaining way, at a ceremony held at UN Headquarters.
‘I am enough: every woman should feel this way’
Showing solidarity with refugees
No soccer, no samba: fighting Brazilian stereotypes
The IOM’s Rahma Soliman, one of the organizers of the festival, told UN News that the primary goal of PLURAL+ is to ensure that youth are engaged in the critical topics of migration, social inclusion, and diversity: “Throughout the years, PLURAL+ has not only provided young people with an effective platform to express themselves on crucial migration and diversity issues but also reinforced the belief of IOM and UNAOC that youth are powerful and creative agents of social change.”
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