tv Doc Film - Alls Well - A New Life in Germany Part 1 Deutsche Welle December 16, 2017 7:15pm-8:00pm CET
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hunting a lot of pot there's a big park here there's everything a school a football pitch macedonia has nothing. and then you are steps john is always causing trouble every day and when johnny goes outside for instance and i'm not with him he picks fights with other kids i tell him stop don't fight cancer.
to move unless. you're willing. oh shoot. my making use of all my my children are right. if they go to school with german kids they learn german and i can meet my needs the teacher will talk to them it's not like that in macedonia they discriminate they treat gypsy kids roma kids and macedonian kids differently the teachers work with the message dani and kids but not the roma ones. i'd hate for advantage of people and i think he's at
well my lords papa are you doing yourself the loss of course your heart's desire. you know when you get here you can pick out something for yourself. but. you know the past nine months have felt like an eternity. i'm constantly worried about my wife and children. who don't look at me every day i fear i'll lose them you know i want them to arrive here safely that's all i wish for. usually when they're here i'll do everything for them
oh. no madama is a four if you look usually i know in advance how many of them will be coming in with how much i have for them and more or less what their needs are in this case i didn't know how many children there would be or where we should put them. john oh ok john oh you'll be joining class to be. there. i'm not and mahmoud it's not you're clear whether you're go to this school or to a special school for kids who still need to learn more germans. like to do that then i want to be with kids you know german i want to speak german with them like. i you and i was all can you read in my german you know. ok i mean that's exactly the issue so i think a welcome price would be good for you for now. you know ok so we'll see you'll be
starting soon maybe if we're not your brother. i mean. we still have to figure out which school is best for you guys yeah i know. but this we need the right school. is sad now her. i want that with tiger. you. know this one. it's been. oh. what do they turn around see very nice. i'm not going to your school. what.
you were yes you come here. calm. down try now for that mean. you should come to it's good reason. this to you just missed you must see to conceive it is usually you can do you often if you don't want to and it was not there was a look at how the syrian people are suffering i wish i was sort of the model gosh.
that i was sure there were things destroyed the poor kids. in the north and everyone asks why do you subject yourself to this and then i see him and more that so many people die when fleeing across the ocean at the end let all about me die in syria anyway yeah there's no big difference most wired is dead on the fear people have a chance of. snow shoes. to disengage a good mind some things even when those numbers you hear be. ok i know. i don't. know. how can your but i see my family every day in my dreams they all had to speak with him in my thoughts a funny you know i can barely reach them on the phone i know that she won my heart and i have taken them with me through the sahara across the ocean. why they don't
care would have been their death. my kids are too young for us so of what i see we had no other choice one had lost some of us was just. says. come on then. let's do it simply take a seat. so good how you doing out of yellow this is good thanks but not only good years i have a problem with my wife my family they're in beirut they've been waiting for five months that it's a problem that's very long. on my life and it's dangerous for my family and serious
it's just my family has no harm us. their living on the street yeah please help me with him me and him the school will have to see if we can get the refugee advisory office in altona involved forget is the one handling the case and most if you want i'll call there and make an appointment and maybe maybe next week or in ten days all the other. advantages of being naturally like most fathers that he wants to hurry things along he like to settle here he wants everything to make a life like the one he had before in his homeland he had a good job there he had a house and he's lost all of that and now he's trying to rebuild that safe and sound world for his family here. and of course that's not going to happen the way he imagines all of that means we're going to have to put the brakes on
but you don't. know the school. the god. is in your class and they are i'm a teacher here at the school that i am to teach a class to be john john is joining the class and there are twenty three kids in the class at the moment janet will make it twenty four. there are a few more boys than girls with gender we have fifteen boys and nine girls.
r k ok we've already got part of the on third class to being me. john i was your journey you raised your hand as well would you like to say. he did you have an idea. john are you really on or is still thinking about it all right once again and jonah you join in our. new. movie. do you know what comes next morning and eight. by. john last gen peter have to me everyone was. born. in my. slack and have open your books and find the page then we can start john mark john i gets
a special exercise for me. i was color in a ease i o's and use a k. . me yet here you have to add an a and then have a the whole thing over and here. i think i'm gonna fuck. now raise your hand what does raise mean you put your hand up and she comes over. vanished good fairy good it's vice versa you got ash on the short give reasons i don't know how much he's been towards a lot of things are unfamiliar to him like raising your hand or settling down when the sun is made to be quiet in the ass the things you start learning in first grade
it's a challenge for me to integrate him and continue to maintain the good dynamic we have in the clones. i. who knew. who she might be in last week's. yeah i start one second john and yet now you have the chance when i say go get your breakfast. or stick. leno will choose a helper and together they'll pass out the cake and. wow wow wow. wow wow. be sure out.
that. my jana did it. maybe he doesn't know you shouldn't try have your plate like that in other countries as he's supposed to know you're not allowed to do that there are refugees in other classes and some aren't so nice and but he's nice i think is really nice and even if you weren't nice you should treat him kindly and then he'd be nice. that.
i don't want to be a bad mother i want my children to have right. here in germany all children are equal. and. if that's not how it is a nurse a donia all munda i'd like to stay here in germany we was doing badly in macedonia just there was no school for my children and no work for me jealous me your children went hungry. john check your mail. swampy area my my my family.
a little bit about him a little teddy bear. i don't know this is girlfriends better than me my only daughter my treasure sort of as you know. is if you don't want to use loves cars i bought him a couple of them this with c.n.n. you can. have one and i feel then i do and i bought him this teddy bear to be his friend and on their feet on a market of show. you know the war took all his friends away. michael no one if he had one hundred little. i did that on the spot here to learn how to swim. and i got a me so he doesn't drive if that is not how. i
can hear my. polls all right i'm brain can break time. which is john and i'm giving you another place to work because you disturbing the other children some with things. to thank him are just as if your answer that's five. i think he acts the way he doesn't certain situations because he feels frustrated and overwhelmed aside from the fact that he probably needs time to get
used to everything i also think he needs clear instructions it's a balancing act or doesn't mean i talk to the children and many said they know the behavior from their younger siblings and when they want to have attention yet they then suggested that we try to remain focused and not get distracted and then maybe janet will see that he's not going to get any attention and he should just go along with what we're doing right or she. finished. i'm going to have aged out during lessons he needs a lot of help from whoever's sitting next to him quite yet. i don't know if it would be better to give him more help or less him get used to the rules one by one over time. and survive from what i understand he was given the basics with the admission in india that he's not really acquainted with how things are done in school because that's that it came down time and now it turns out that he's having trouble fitting in how do you enjoy being the class clown and occupying
a special position. on the. show you. know fighting john asked john. but jakob was teasing janet janet didn't do anything at. all i get to give a tear you want to get it through with. my sustain some understand it and others not so well they say why is this refugee kids getting special treatment so you have to ask those children how they would feel if they went to a new class if i was no one knows whether he'll need half a year or just a month and more. we have i have called them fighters and
can we just had a case where a child from macedonia was deported first of all i'm a bit afraid that that could happen again. but the school authorities instructions are clear every school aged child has to attend school from the first day to the last one and i basically support that idea and it starts going to if you say this child is going to be deported anyway so it's not worth sending him to school. then we'd have lots and lots of kids running around doing god knows what. and we have if you see right from the start here he's going to be gone soon anyway and then you never properly integrate him into the school so much so we have to act as though these kids are just like any other and will be attending school here for four years and. that if you were to leave again in three weeks there's not much you can achieve. the child is left with is distress and spiced ration and empty hope. so i hope for
here's one example of how i see and as long as we live here in the camp we won't be at home because some of the listeners it's only when you go home to your own apartment after work that you've truly arrived and as you know as long as we're living in temporary housing we refugees are still on the money seekers they were going to partner us my children then we live normally again. after the gun asia.
the stuff. she and i have to go back to syria was absolutely oh my i would say no to even though it's nice they're fish i struck first of all how do you like our life here in the county on the water like germany but after a man marked some marks where he she doesn't have to listen to. the fact i don't have to be a fright just as i would have a difficult time i had of us by the money right now i think we can manage together . this book will make.
you. nervous and your star he wasn't always so aggressive because now there are complaints about him almost every day let's first get into the spirit in. this film i think that's a shame and inch by inch that is happy and i often helped him out but now he's so angry with me he's done. with. the it really
hurts me a lot. i have for you everyone's afraid of him everyone i work for but i know why he's so aggressive i know because in the past he got hit a lot right outside of the cut off the shop of water. if you keep getting more aggressive not even the teacher knows what to do she has to be tough there's even. as if i'm trying to get wrapped up this i think it's nice that it worked out that we can meet like this peter came up with a way to try and help him i mean. you know helped we had another situation that led to a lot of complaints which makes it clear a lot more needs to be done. somewhere north of doris i think that's very important if. if these conflicts andre's old then they keep building up and yes he does as a teacher as we can't run around trying to fix things during recess he can now yeah
the other kids say he has to learn to be nice so that hits the nail on the head. i don't think he really knows how to play nice what to do to get along with other people. as a school you always have the option of saying he can't be taught we have to keep that in mind when thinking of ways to help him with this issue in a minute i'm sure would be nice if we could resolve things that easily yes most there's now another temporary learning group in our turnout but it takes at least nine months to get in i thought. and in this particular situation. i'm guessing he's not the only refugee child to behave like this because he's been traumatized. so i says there's no way of making special arrangements for all of them. i'm pretty pessimistic. guns and this idea is here's something on the one hand we have john there but on the other is
someone like my son. he's pretty tolerant that's how i raised him that i can see how angry he is that lots of us he told our veterinarian that there's a refugee child in his closet who always had his head. and the vet said i'm quoting him to get them to buy him a ticket to fly back home. as a u.s. secret when he told me that i just thought oh great. he picks up on stuff like this . and i can't help but think what are our children going through. what opinions are they forming. this is part of their political education you know what impact is that having on them.
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