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#2 Kim – young LGBTQ in South Africa

Save the Children Documentary

Release Date: 03/19/2020

#3 Locked down: How children globally faced Covid -19 show art #3 Locked down: How children globally faced Covid -19

Save the Children Documentary

All over the world, the pandemic has turned children´s lives upside down. In this episode of Save the Children Documentary, they share their stories. Follow along to northern Colombia where nothing is the same in 15-year-old Mary's life, and on to the war in Afghanistan where vaccinations stopped and food shortages threaten. Hear 16-year-old Vusi in South Africa about how the strict lock down made an already though situation impossible, and how a young rapper in Delhi's slum raises hope with his songs.

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#2 Kim – young LGBTQ in South Africa show art #2 Kim – young LGBTQ in South Africa

Save the Children Documentary

Violence and discrimination are part of everyday life for young LGBTQ people in South Africa. But 17-year-old Kim has decided - no one should tell her how to live her life. In this episode of Save the Children Documentary we follow Kim from Johannesburg for a year. From when she decides to go to the Pride Parade in Johannesburg for the first time until she meets the love of her life, Surprise. But living openly is a constant struggle against prejudice and threats of violence.

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#1 Surviving a natural disaster – about the cyclones in Mozambique show art #1 Surviving a natural disaster – about the cyclones in Mozambique

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The cyclones that hit Mozambique in 2019 devastated everything in their path. All that was left were razed villages and collapsed school buildings. In this edition of Save the Children Documentary, we hear the voices of children who survived, climate scientists discussing the future and how a community recovers from a natural disaster.  

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Violence and discrimination are part of everyday life for young LGBTQ people in South Africa. But 17-year-old Kim has decided - no one should tell her how to live her life.

In this episode of Save the Children Documentary we follow Kim from Johannesburg for a year. From when she decides to go to the Pride Parade in Johannesburg for the first time until she meets the love of her life, Surprise. But living openly is a constant struggle against prejudice and threats of violence.