Short film by R&R Syria's youth press club and USJ
Please watch and share this powerful film produced by the refugee youth at R&R Syria's youth press club in Akkar (Lebanon) with the help of students from the audio-visual department of Université Saint-Joseph in Beirut. "Take off the mask of prejudice and see the human face of the Syrian youth!" This is the message the youth in the refugee camps at the Syrian border want to convey to the world. The youngsters decided themselves what labels they see imposed on them. Many thanks to them and to the Lebanese students who came during two long weekends to Akkar for producing the footage and putting together this fantastic film!
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You are on the homepage of Relief & Reconciliation for Syria AISBL, an international non-profit organisation under Belgian law that is combining peacebuilding with humanitarian aid for those affected by the Syrian crisis. We are uniting different communities around a common cause: the future of the youth. We opened our first Peace Centre and a refugee camp school in the North of Lebanon, only 12 km from the Syrian border. Read more on the following pages about who we are and what we do.