Young people reflect on how people’s perceptions of themselves have changed throughout the years with regards to appearances and stereotypes.
A group of kids go over stereotypes involving minorities, religious communities and nationalities, imagining Doctor Panda, a superhero, “hits people on the head” every time they are quick to judge others just for being different.
What does being different mean? Why are we afraid of people we do not know? What are prejudices? Fourteen children reflect on these questions.
'Drop It' highlights the multiple dimensions of diversity: separator or creative force?
On a school chalkboard, First Nations youth from Manawan, Quebec, erase discriminatory labels and rewrite their own narratives about their identities.
Children from Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia, Germany, Guatemala, Mexico, Morocco and Spain join together to learn about each other's cultures, languages and religions.
"Do You Really Think That About Me?" By Telekids Workshop. Jacqueline Sanchez-Carrero, Coordinator. Age 9-12, Spain.
"Better Than A Cat" By Maxim Shavkin. Age 18-25, Russia.
"The Village School" By Students from Colline de L'eveil School, Liege. Louise-Marie Colon & Dominique van Hecke, Coordinators. Age 13-17, Belgium.