Tema International School the only school on the African continent that is competing with 15 International Schools from 14 countries in the International Schools Film Festival from Vienna International School in Austria.
TIS Insight TV chose to treat Child Trafficking as the main theme with the sub-theme Child Labour for the documentary, relating it to the Sustainable Development Goal 16 (Peace and Justice). The main aim of this documentary is to educate and create more awareness about child trafficking in our modern world and also to raise funds to support victims at the City of Refuge, Tema.
Leave a comment and share. Let’s create awareness about child trafficking and make sure there is an end to this practice. All children have the right to go to school. NO to child trafficking. YES to education for all.
Well done to the members of TIS Insight TV who were passionate, committed, consistent and who contributed tremendously to this video: Christine Agyare, Terence Mwindaare, Ethan Pobee, Nana Osei, Charity Apreku, Nana Obeng-Nkansah, Salma Roland, Clive Amoh, Albert Addo, Cheryl Kumah, Jason Boateng, David Safo, Peter Arthur,
Aaliyah Tamakloe, Nanasei Osei-Safo, Kofi Boateng, and Immanuel Frimpong. To our supportive and creative patrons, Mr. David Difie, Mr. Akortah and Auntie Abigail, a huge thank you from the entire team.
HOW TO VOTE YOUR FAVOURITE VIDEO
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, to ensure the safety of the screening process, voting will be carried out via the digital voting system. The section “voting” can be found at the top of the website https://www.isff.online/voting .
The password to enter the poll is “ISFFvoting0915@”.
Each student has three votes and they can choose to vote for the same film multiple times. However, they cannot vote for the film produced by their school. Students must also use their school email address so that we can manually filter out votes against the rules or done on a self-made email address. The voting deadline is currently set at the end of May.
We are looking forward to screening the extended version of our documentary which gives more insight and answers to lots of questions surrounding Child Trafficking after COVID19 sets us free to have our social gatherings.
At the day of screening, we will raise funds to support victims as City of Refuge.
We will also like to express our profound gratitude to our partners: City of Refuge, IJM, IOM UN Ghana, Ghana Police Service Jamestown Station and the Tourist Information Centre Jamestown for helping us to put together such a great content.