Backed by the A.P Møller Foundation & Ministry of Education, Denmark.
There are 27 million unemployed in the EU. Many young people never experience to be included in society. A massive amount of people are being valuated as "not qualified".
Is it not time that we start considering if we are on to the right track, socially. Is is about time to upgrade the system?
Maybe some innovative thinking could help the situation? Fox Media Documentaries thinks so.
What if we instead of defining different as being unique?
What if we started to say that discovering qualities in human beings is not a matter of fitting into a form, but a matter of using the challenge of fitting the form to the unique individual and being open to the gift this challenge bid us?
In a series of three films we will show you examples of how well this approach works within a competitive structure.
A series of three films and a book on human innovation. A Total set of digital educational tools where the students become innovators in solving societal problems. Is is a shift away from feeling sorry for people who are different.
Created and developed by FOX MEDIA. Educational consultant Kirsten Danielsen, former advisor the the Prime Minister on educational matters.
Supported by the Ministry of Education and the A.P. Moeller Foundation.
In our first episode we focus on a theater group in Copenhagen - "Happy Theatre" where the plays are adapted to the actors unique expressions, letting the originality be the resource, instead of the problem.
The results are theater that blows all conventions and present plays so original that established film directors and theater people seek inspiration whenever the theater performs a new play. The social economic theater competes along side the "normal" theaters and are reviewed as they are.
The second film deals with an initiative on a remote island where a Michelin restaurant started to purify humans instead of just purifying ingredients. The result has been astonishing, but not easy. This film is still in production.
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