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About the film

Hunger, Poverty, Inequalities, Gender Diversity, Lack of Quality Education, Irresponsible Production and Consumption, Climate Change: these are some of the 17 areas of the 17 Global Goals for Sustainable Development, drafted by the United Nations in its Agenda2030.

For the Pilot Project of YOUNG VOICES FOR SDG’s, youth from Haus der Jugend Köpenick in Berlin, Germany…

Foto: Wolfgang J. Fischer “We are the Young Voices from berlin-Köpenick”

… from the Sensi Tech Hub – Tech Innovation Hub in Freetown in Sierra Leone

Foto: N.N. – Sensi Tech Hub – Tech Innovation hub: Our partners in Freetown, Sierra Leone

and from House of Hope in Kampala, Uganda

discussed challenges to environment and society and formed an international dialogue via text and video chat …

… and produced a film together to raise awareness for the conflicts of our times and how to take action to help create a more fair world, where each of us in all continents, nations and communities benefit and the environment of planet earth is protected.

The participants from Africa and Europe shot their own film clips and stills, made their own music

Foto: Martin Küchler “Rotting World”

and created special effects for this film,

Foto: Wolfgang J. Fischer “Olivia and Lukas create the special effects for the intro of the film”

which emphasize the dangers for our planet through climate change as well as putting a spot on the challenges and opportunities for our global society.

Foto: Michael Schmacke “Rotting world”

YOUNG VOICES FOR SDG’s is a new program by Explority in the context of the United Nations Agenda2030 and the Global Goals for Sustainable Development. Children and the youth participate in a global learning program, actively getting involved in a dialogue between continents about the challenges to be mastered for a better future for all of us.

Explority is very grateful for the support from its partners. Very special thanks to Morris Marrah and Moses Kaillie of Sensi Tech Hub – Tech Innovation Hub in Freetown Sierra leone, Michael Mwase and and Robertson Haggai at House of Hope in Kampala, Uganda and Matthias Weyland at Haus der Jugend Köpenick in Berlin, Germany.

This project was funded by Landesstelle für Entwicklungszusammenarbeit des Landes Berlin (LEZ) and Brot für die Welt – Evangelischer kirchlicher Entwicklungsdienst.