Youth Talks Testimonies
Beyond written answers ...
Dive into rich testimonies of youths, where audios resonate with raw emotion, photos capture poignant portraits, and videos paint vibrant stories of dreams, challenges, and aspirations.
The participants also expressed their engagement by taking pictures and recording voice notes.
Their photographic responses, originally intended to illustrate their written contributions, became a selfie gallery: genuine, authentic faces, often left out of traditional image libraries, are here revealed in all their diversity. These selfies, taken at arm’s length with a smartphone, become declarations of existence and affirmations of identity, despite the initial anonymity of the initiative .
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Youth Talks goes beyond the visual, bringing you closer to the heartbeats of young lives through the resonance of their voices. Our audio contributions provide a sensory depth, immersing you into the world of these youth with a vividness written words can’t wholly capture.
Listen to the gentle murmurs of a young girl yearning for independence against her family’s wishes, or the palpable fears of a young man as he confronts the harrowing reality of recurrent natural disasters. Then, there’s the unadulterated joy of another, narrating a day that simply went well. These auditory narratives breathe life into our consultations, creating a bond between listeners and the stories shared — a connection unparalleled and deeply moving.
With every play button you press, you don’t just hear words; you’re feeling emotions, understanding contexts, and partaking in hopes and dreams. Join us in this auditory journey, and experience the magic when voices bridge hearts.
Here are few examples of the answers to the question: “When I think about the future, what I wish… for myself“
Here few examples of the answer to the question “When I think about the future, what I wish… for the world (others, society, planet)“
Here few examples of the answer to the question, ” When I think about the future, what worries me… for myself “
Here few examples of the answer to the question, ” When I think about the future, what worries me… for the world (others, society, planet) “
Here few examples of the answer to the question, ” What collective issues do we need to address to build the future I want? “
Here are a few examples of the answer to the question, “To build this desired future, I would be ready to give up the following things…“
Here are a few examples of the answer to the question: “On the contrary, I would not be ready to give up the following things…“
Here are a few examples of the answer to the question: “To build this desired future, what we must all learn at school is:...“
Here are a few examples of the answer to the question: “To build this desired future, what we must all learn in life is:..“
Dive into the heart of youth narratives from every corner of the world with Youth Talks. Our video interviews are more than just conversations; they are windows into the diverse young lives, capturing raw emotions, unscripted moments, and the untamed spirit of the next generation.
Filmed on location and in the natural habitats of our interviewees, these sessions remain untouched by studio lights or scripted prompts. They are direct, genuine, and profoundly authentic. Every story is a testament to the resilience, dreams, and aspirations of the youth we meet.
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Ivory Coast interviews
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South Africa interviews
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