Filmmaking workshop was organized for social change

The Subjective Values Foundation held a three part workshops for young people aged 12-18.

During the sessions of the 3-occasion-long workshop, the children took part in social sensitizing games, learned video-making techniques and used professional tools to shoot short portrait films in which Hungarian Muslim women shared their personal stories. The aim of the campaign videos empower Muslim women to create their own narrative instead of the one created by the majority and encourage empathy and a more open approach in the majority society towards all individuals that are perceived as “different” because of their cultural or religious affiliation.

The film will be available on our social media platforms.

The workshop will be held two more times during the summer – if you are interested, please reach out to us via

The workshop is organised by the Subjective Values Foundation as part of the MEET project, with the support of the European Union’s Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme 2014-2020.

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