While travelling and volunteering in Nepal, I filmed and edited short videos for the British NGO Our Sansar about life in their home for street children in Parwanipur, a small rural village in the south of the country.
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In 2016, while doing a TV Foreign Reporting Course in Denmark, I worked on some short docummentaries that you will find below.
SAME SEX MARRIAGE IN FINLAND. The 1st of March 2017, Finland was the last Nordic country to legalise same-sex marriage. This decision came two years after a tight vote in favour of this resolution. Even though Finland is considered a gay friendly country, this law faced opposition. The main resistance came from the Evangelical Lutheran Church. Last September, the church published a handbook indicating that priests should not officiate same-sex marriages. But some priests decided to go against their church guidance.
A docummentary produced along with two classmates and with the support of a ‘Nordic Grant’ by the Danish School of Media and Journalism. (I filmed and edited)
CONVICTS AND NON-CONVICTS LIVING TOGETHER. The Danish prison system is based on the theory of rehabilitation. This theory is mainly applied through open prisons, also called half-way houses, which are institutions without any real escape obstacles. There are eight open prisons in Denmark, one of them is Pension Skejby.
(I was the editor).