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Documentary "At home in the world"
The Avrona mountain school is a small anthroposophical special school boarding school in the Swiss Alps, in the Engadin, where young people in emergency situations learn to overcome obstacles and to draw strength and courage to take up their original life impulses again.
In spring 2017, 11 young people from the Avrona Mountain School travelled to North Africa. The students of that time spent 15 days in Morocco, with ups and downs and confrontations with themselves and the world. How did the project come about, what were the difficulties and challenges and what will be remembered forever? What are the young people doing today, how do they look back on this time in the special school boarding school.
The pupils will attend the premiere and answer questions about the meaning of such projects and camp trips in a panel discussion. They will tell how they experienced this time today, two years later and already during their apprenticeship training. The journalist Fadrina Hofmann from south-eastern Switzerland moderated the discussion.
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- Premiere: 24. November 2019
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