The Ghost Children Fight campaign
From Friday 15 November to Saturday 30 November 2019
Roeselare - Belgium
by Backpack Productions
Without a birth certificate, 230 million children “don’t exist” in the world, and can’t claim for any right. In Benin, one of the most affected countries, the mayor of Dogbo has signed a cooperation partnership for birth registration with his Belgian counterpart from Roeselare. On a mission to Dogbo, the Belgian delegation will have to support strong initiatives and to face cultural differences and local traditions to offer the project a full success. On a multipartite partnership dynamic, the #GhostChildrenFight project offers every citizen the opportunity to contribute to a participative documentary production on decentralized cooperation as part of the Sustainable Development Goals achievement.
Strategic orientations are :
- to input a participative dimension to international cooperation challenges
- to promote decentralized cooperation to worldwide populations
- to allow the people to contribute to a worldwide awareness-raising project elected by an independent specialists’ jury for its exemplarity.
Take part to the production of a 52′ documentary film. Support the campaign!
Elected representatives participating in this activity
Kris De Clercq, Mayor of Roeselare (Belgium)
Vincent Codjo Acakpo, Mayor of Dogbo (Benin)
Organised by Backpack Productions with the support of UNICEF
For more information
Contact Jean Crousillac firstname.lastname@example.org / +33 6 63 84 72 02