During the second mentoring cycle of the EU-funded MINT – Mentoring for integration of third country national children affected by migration, similarly to the first one, videos were created based on topics collaboratively identified by migrant children and local youth volunteers participating in the programme in the four project countries. The videos were produced with the help of project coordinators and professional local film makers who guided the children in the creation of the videos.

In this video, produced by Slovene Philanthropy, mentees and volunteer mentors talk about why MINT was important for them, about the support they got from their mentors and what would, in their opinion, help children with life in a new country.

The video is available in Slovene and with English subtitles. 

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