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Classroom resources accompanying the documentary “How Saba Kept Singing” will help students gain a deeper understanding of life at the Auschwitz Nazi concentration camp; explore the connections in music, humanity and perseverance; and examine how anti-Semitism has evolved through modern history.
Educational resources are available free of charge to all educators on the below link:
Education Collection – retroreport.org/education/resources/how-saba-kept-singing/
The Director’s Cut has been made available on Youtube so that as many people can have access to the film as possible –
Afghanistan has notoriously become the world’s only country where girls are forbidden from attending secondary schools. Girls in Afghanistan now leave school at 12 and never return.
To tie in with the start of the new school year in Afghanistan during the week of March 20th, 2023, we created a campaign to ask the public to help make sure that the plight of these girls is not forgotten and demand that education should be accessible for all.
To find out more information about the current situation in Afghanistan, and find other ways in which you can help, please go to: https://www.hrw.org/asia/afghanistan https://www.amnesty.org/en/location/asia-and-the-pacific/south-asia/afghanistan/
We launched the campaign with a panel event – held in collaboration with Another Way Now – and on March 22nd, 2023, we raised visibility & showed support for Afghan women who feel forgotten as the world has moved on to other crises. Read more here.
People took photos with a sign that says #LetAfghanGirlsLearn, or posted our gif.
The hashtag was shared and viewed by over 300 million people during the launch week and brought the issue back onto political agendas.
The fight is far from over so please do continue to share #LetAfghanGirlsLearn
Feel free to use your own language to talk about why you are supporting the cause.
Here are a few suggestions to get you started:
“Beirut has been destroyed. But when I’m with my son, I see how beautiful life is.”
In the Shadow of Beirut is a searing, cinematic portrait of modern-day Lebanon as seen through the eyes of four families living in the impoverished Sabra and Shatila neighbourhoods of the city, scene of an infamous massacre in 1982.
Co-Director Stephen Gerard Kelly built up his relationship with the families at the centre of the film over a six-year period and continues to keep in touch.
Over 80% of people in Lebanon are suffering from poverty.
Our film covers the stories of four families and by clicking the link below (or scanning the QR code) you can directly help them.
You can help 10-year-old Abu Ahmad go back to school, secure the futures of Rabia and Aboodi’s families, and support teenage Sanaa in finding a job to save her from a premature arranged marriage.