At our last meeting on Children's Rights Project, after having analyzed the reflective questions on Unicef Articles: 22, 24 and 27, we decided that we are going to accomplish Assignment 1 of the Challenge 1 and show the world that refugees have the same right to a safe and happy home as the other legal citizens of a country on the basis of the international standards.
According to our Challenge requirements we have to give feedback to two diferent schools on their contribution to Phase 2 of the Project and to get feedback from other two schools.
Here is the detailed instruction of the Assignment 1: Research and Report.
You are going to do a research on the current situation of the refugees in our country, interview a few people and write a report on three stories of:
I assume that the issue of incoming refugees in our country seem to be not as critical as in other European countries, since our country is a poor one and moreover there is a great number of abandoned children who are waiting to integrate into a family and to have that high standard of living they are longing for. Nevertheless, we should be aware of the hardships the refugees face when fleeing their countries for various dreadful reasons.
The national data reveals that within a year there were four times as many refugees seeking asylum in Moldova as in the previous years. The majority of them are originally from Syria, Ucraine, Afghanistan and Pakistan. The refugees can find temporary accommodation in Moldova with the support of the National and International social actors, such as:
Watch the video below and answer the following questions:
Tip: you may write answers to the questions in the Assignment 1 Report and Assignment 1 extended in a more creative way, for example by using one of the digital tools described on Teacher's Guide Page: Voki, Blabberize - talking character tools (you may use the face of a child to talk); Utellstory- a short photo presentation or create a short Powtoon animation by mentioning the key points of your answers.