The British Councils INDIE Goes Mobile Competition is dedicated to films that deal with the theme of diversity in school and in young peoples lives. Taking inspiration from the European Charter on Inclusion and Diversity in Education created by participants in our INDIE project, weve asked young people to show us what diversity means to them, whether its in school or in their day-to-day lives, by making a short film of up to three minutes in length with their mobile phone or digital camera. Willows High School in Cardiff gave us this entry. Performing are Flow-Dem Crew with It Doesnt Matter Jagraj singh music; Mason Burnett lyrics and vocals; Anton Boston – lyrics and vocals; Dimari Wilson – lyrics and vocals; Raymond Kazhangaira – lyrics and vocal The competition was open to secondary school students of all ages enrolled in schools from countries participating in the INDIE project: Belgium, Germany, Greece, Italy, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain and the United Kingdom (England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland).
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