JMDI Video Competition

Post date: Nov 26, 2015

“Ni de aquí ni de allá” is a video by Greta Díaz González Vázquez which came second place in the video competition “Migration, la Mirada Joven” organized by the Mexican Government. In this video, the author presents the story of a transnational family divided by the Mexican – US border.

 

Post date: Nov 26, 2015

“Raíces” is a video by José Marcelo Veloz Salinas which came first place in the video competition “Migration, la Mirada Joven” organized by the Mexican Government.  In this video, the author presents the roots and feeling of belonging of the Mexican diaspora living in the United States.

 

Post date: May 10, 2013

Sapali Association: African Percussion and Dance, a music group bringing immigrant communities together through music.

This video was recorded in Bilbao, Spain, on the 6th October, 2012. Its purpose is to promote the Sapali project, disseminate a positive and constructive idea about migration and attempt to promote interculturalism and the exchange of culture through art.

Post date: May 10, 2013

Collectif des Femmes Migrantes du Hainaut, a group of Sub-Saharan women promoting integration of Sub-Saharan women in host countries.

The video is an extract of documentary explaining the stories behind ten women involved in politics in their host countries. The concept is to show engaged migrant women in Europe that have a key role as development actors for their home and host countries.

Post date: May 10, 2013

Service de Prévention Spécialisée de la Sauvegarde 93, which accompanies child migrants back to visit their villages of origin.

The video explains the different meetings the organisation had with the street children in Bamako on one of their visits.

Post date: May 08, 2013

FilmAid, an organization that uses the power of film and media to raise awareness and bring hope to refugees and other communities around the world.

Post date: May 08, 2013

La Ruta Project implemented by Noticias.nl, an organisation whose mission is to document the progress of the Millennium Development Goals.

The video shows three returnees in Ecuador and their perspectives on the experience of returning to start up their own businesses. The video was shot in the village of Chunchi, Ecuador in May, 2011. The people interviewed are three returnees from the United States talking about their migration experience, their motivation to return to the village and their experiences afterwards reintegrating in the community and starting their own businesses.

Post date: May 08, 2013

 

Entrepreneurship Programme for Migrants’ Children promoting entrepreneurship among students receiving remittances from abroad.

The video summarizes the programme activities of 2012 where an Office of Entrepreneurship for UTP students receiving remittances from international migration experience was set up to promote entrepreneurship among migrants’ children left behind. The video shows young people sharing their thoughts and experiences in the programme.