I love the birds eye view. You can learn so much from way up here. For instance: stands, seed varieties, water damage, drainage strengths & weaknesses, hail or wind damage, compaction, and progression...to name a few.
Represented @unyouthfinland at the Nordic Films Week and Youth Engagement Conference in Rabat, Morocco. 🇲🇦
All of the young Moroccans I had the joy to meet were such fierce catalysts for change. They told me about the big and small difficulties youth face while trying to influence the course of societal developments. Despite hardships, not one of them was willing to give up.
They were so brave but so kind. Rarely in my life have I experienced such hospitality, friendliness, and connectedness.. something we all need to draw inspiration from.
Personally, I took part in many events - one of the most interesting ones was a panel discussion where I talked about the importance of always acknowledging youth as a diverse group of people with different obstacles, privileges, and power to shape in the society. If governments, organizations, and societies only engage and support those who are already active and fortunate, marginalized youth are further marginalized. Us young people also need to reflect on our position every single day: What power I have compared to others? What platforms I have access to? How can I be a partner and ally for other young people?
The highlight of the trip definitely was meeting so many young Moroccans, sharing experiences, and planning future cooperation. And even ranting about feminism, damn yeah!! .
My sincerest thanks to all the young people I met during my stay as well as to the Embassy of Finland and other Nordic Embassies for providing the platform for youth activists from Morocco and the Nordic countries to interact and learn from each other. 🔥
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autumn love <3
This is a little concept/aesthetic I thought of, kind of inspired by "Extraordinary Means" by @robynschneider , even though the book isn't really about anything like that, but yeah.
The images are from Pinterest, they're not mine, I just added grain to them in VSCO.