Stories That Move
Young people from across Europe share their thoughts on identity.
The clips are subtitled in seven languages. To change subtitles, view in full screen and click settings.
Michelle encourages people to speak about their LGBTQI+ identity.
Nick talks about how people reacted when he came out.
Anne talks about her Jewish identity.
Ilias shares his experiences of observing Ramadan.
Nued grew up in Frankfurt, but tells how he doesn't feel at home in Germany.
Robin talks about the necklace she wears, with a Star of David, and the hassle it brings her.
Lisa experiences prejudices about Chinese people and confronts her own prejudices.
Sofia talks about people mistaking Russian for Ukrainian.
Matías talks about gaining confidence to open up as being transgender.
Matej talks about his disability and how that affects him.
Laurens talks about how he discovered that he is transgender.
Faisal talks about being all alone in a new country.
Hilga describes coming out as a lesbian.
Susanna reflects on her identity and what it is like to hang out with boys.
Lisa speaks about being Chinese and how our identity goes beyond our parents’ origins."
Salma speaks of the responses she gets wearing a headscarf and being fluent in Slovak.
Daniel describes the hostility men face on the streets if they wear a kippah.
Varvara talks about feeling proud of being Ukrainian.
Romario talks about belonging to two cultures: living in Denmark and being an Assyrian Christian.
Márk talks about being Roma in a non-Roma environment.
Wael describes his Palestinian roots and how he escaped Syria and was granted asylum in Germany.
Landry talks about how people in Slovakia react to him being Slovakian with roots in Benin, west Africa.
Alyona is Roma and thinks it is important to be open about her identity.
Shirel talks about how she relates to Georgia and Israel, where her parents lived before they migrated to Austria.
Fadumiin talks about how people see her and who she really is.
Varvara on the importance of speaking Ukrainian.