Displaced Daughters encouraged young migrants to share their perspectives of belonging in The Netherlands. We wanted the second-generation immigrant youth to explore their identity construct. Do laws such as the hijab ban encourage them to embrace or reject their cultural identity? How do these clashes of cultures shape their personalities and characters? Where do they feel at home?
Clean toilets are important for aspects such as dignity, self-esteem, personal hygiene and public health, especially for young girls. VOW Media together with FAT trained a group of girls in multimedia skills and as youth leaders in their community.
A Day In Her Life
A Day In Her Life - is an exploration of the daily lives of sex workers in Amsterdam’s Red Light District. How they live day-to-day, how they cope, how they survive, their dreams and desires.
'Displaced’ aims at providing young first or second‐generation migrant women living in the Netherlands, Romania, Greece and Spain with multimedia tools to provide young migrant women with the means to reflect on their experiences.