The World Through Their EYES

Don't Discriminate Each Other

Since 2015, Germany has accepted a large number of refugees. This has also resulted in various forms of unease, such as administrative confusion, deterioration of public security, language difficulties, and discrimination based on cultural differences. In the midst of this, a soccer teams of some sports club is helping local youths and youngsters who have come to Germany as refugees to enjoy playing soccer together. On the soccer field, it doesn't matter where you come from or what your position is. Everyone can simply play without discrimination. In fact, sports might be the easiest way to understand each other and become friends.

in Hanober, Germany

Behind the scene

KWN Global Documentary Shooting members visited Isernhagen School in German. There we met Sandra, one of the members who created the movie as a director. Their "Welcome to Germany" is the video that tells "How refugees are integrated through Sports". Soccer is one of the ways to integrate with people in a community in Germany, and the students gave the message of this. By the interview of Sandra, we recognized their strong opinions about welcoming refugees in their community without discrimination in their point of view. At the school, we also had a chance to visit their special workshop for the students who created the video with their friends for the first time by learning how to use the camera. KWN alumnus, Lukas helped to support children workshop as a professional young journalist of Local TV Station. KWN Germay network grows and grows every year in their strong support.

Behind the scene

Voice

Just playing sports together.
We can be connected with each other even though we have different cultures and heritages. It really doesn’t matter who you are or where you are from.

KWN program helps my students learn about themselves and students all over the world to get in contact to know about each other.

This KWN project brought me to the idea to be a cameraman. And, I'm learning at the TV station. Without this KWN project, I don't think I would ever find my way through the TV station.

Over 1 million people came to Germany. We had to deal with them and had to see how we can live together. The feeling in every student that he says, "I can do something, which is viewable and some film, which has a message.

Themes of videos which students create are social and ecological issues. Their messaging points of views and opinions will shape the future of our world.

Voice Snadra

Just playing sports together.
We can be connected with each other even though we have different cultures and heritages. It really doesn’t matter who you are or where you are from.

Snadra | Student
Insernhagen School Alumnus

Voice Jens Könecke

KWN program helps my students learn about themselves and students all over the world to get in contact to know about each other.

Jens Könecke | Headmaster
Insernhagen School

Voice Lukus

This KWN project brought me to the idea to be a cameraman. And, I'm learning at the TV station. Without this KWN project, I don't think I would ever find my way through the TV station.

Lukus | h1/TV Station
Insernhagen School Alumnus

Voice Gregor Dehmel

Over 1 million people came to Germany. We had to deal with them and had to see how we can live together. The feeling in every student that he says, "I can do something, which is viewable and some film, which has a message.

Gregor Dehmel | Teacher
Politik zum Anfassen

Voice Claudia Seehusen

Themes of videos which students create are social and ecological issues. Their messaging points of views and opinions will shape the future of our world.

Claudia Seehusen | Organizer
Panasonic KWN Germany-Austria Office

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