No one chooses to be a refugee. Refugees seek safety in another country when they experience a threat of persecution and because their own country is unwilling or unable to protect their fundamental rights, most often because of the war that broke out. In the face of serious violations of their human rights, they have no choice but to leave their homes, their families and communities in order to survive.
Those who really suffer from the ordeal of becoming a refugee are Children. In order not to make them feel on the margins of society we need to help them build self-sufficiency in their host community and assist them through our tolerance in the healthy and safe social integration.
Watch the video below to learn from the refugee children's experiences that running away from your own country is a great challenge and it doesn't always mean that you can find a safe home, peaceful life and the same opportunities in a new country, and furthemore, enjoy the happiest period of your life - childhood.
This video will serve you as a guide to planning and organizing your own interviews with the refugees who fled to our countries and are striving to rebuild their lives in Moldova.
Take your time to answer the following questions based on the video:
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