Stories that Move
Young people from across Europe share their experiences of discrimination.
The clips are subtitled in seven languages. To change subtitles, view in full screen and click settings.
At the station: Medine’s story.
Márk describes how he feels about his girlfriend's father disapproving of him.
Csaba talks about being refused entry to a bar with friends.
Alyona talks about how people stereotype Roma.
Hilga’s friend was outraged by a teacher’s anti-LGBT comment.
Tyrell describes his experience of racism in the classroom at primary school.
Laurens describes being insulted after he tells people he is transgender.
Nick talks about the discrimination he faces as a homosexual in Ukraine.
Robin talks about continually being questioned about the Israel-Palestine conflict.
Wael talks about the discrimination his mother faces in Berlin, Germany.
Anna talks about the Star of David she wears as a necklace, and why it is important to her.
On his way to play football with his friends Elias was confronted with antisemitic hate speech.
Dori used to laugh at certain jokes, but she now realises that they were offensive.
Matej talks about being discriminated against because of his disability.
Wioletta talks about being a Jehovah’s Witness and being threatened in class by another student.
Ardiola talks about being part of an Alawite Muslim minority.
Wael explains that because of recent terrorist attacks people see him as a terrorist too.
Anna talks about the guard at the synagogue who was murdered while she was inside helping at a Bat Mitzvah.
Stories of five people who experienced discrimination. This clip is integrated in the learning path Facing discrimination in track 1 and track 2.
Shirel talks about her own prejudices and the snap judgements she makes.
Shirel describes having antisemitic insults hurled at her in a tram.
Fadumiin tells us how she responds to discrimination when she is applying for a job or work experience.
Priscilla talks about unexpected reactions to her surname.
Tomas recounts his experiences as a drag queen.
Priscilla tells us how important it was that someone spoke up for her when she was being insulted.