A Journey to a Safer Place (UK)
By Tarryn Paul
16 year-old Abdulkareem Musa Adam spent eight years seeking safety after fleeing his war-torn village in Sudan. He now lives with a foster mother in Swindon, and hopes that this film will make young people in the UK more aware of the struggles facing many asylum seekers.
About Tarryn Paul
A Journey to a Safer Place was made by British film-maker Tarryn Paul, in conjunction with charity Fixers and The Public Service Broadcasting Trust. Fixers produces media resources based around issues that are important to young people, and which are based on their real life experiences. The name Fixers comes from the fact that the charity aims to motivate the young people that they work with to use their past to ‘fix’ the future.
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