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Wake up on Mars
Wake up on Mars

In Sweden, a family from Kosovo faces the rejection of their asylum application. The result is the trauma of the two girls, victims of the "resignation syndrome", which plunges them into a long coma. Faced with this situation, Furkan, aged 10 and the youngest child in the family, shows incredible resilience and sets out to build a spaceship as a horizon to all possibilities.

How to participate in 2 easy steps:

First: watch the movie until 7 October 2020 at 5 p.m.
Email us at cineonu@un.org to request the link

Second: join the discussion Wednesday 7 October at 5 p.m. (CET) on "The impact of migration on mental health."
Link: https://rtce-unog.webex.com/rtce-unog/onstage/g.php?MTID=e32c041cfb9d991553f260661608fc958

With:
⦁        Dea Gjinovci, Director, Wake Up on Mars
⦁        Dr. Elisabeth Hultcrantz, Professor emerita, Linköping University
⦁        Pieter Ventevogel, Senior Mental Health Officer, UNHCR
⦁        ModeratorMartin Nesirky, Director, UN Information Service, Vienna

You will be able to ask your questions live or send them to us by email at cineonu@un.org.

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