Delegate Abdelhamid Idrissi’s photo’s and story on the project which won him one of twenty OYW scholarships.
Positive Society exists, Adbelhamid, the founder and director, creates projects and activities for young people, who come from deprived areas and poor families, that have a positive impact on their lives and of the lives of the people close to them. Positive Society provides guidance in their school career and offer them spaces where they can come together, get life coaching from professional coaches. He sees the need of manpower and financial support that is to be dedicated to these children from deprived areas. The demand for those projects, that create the space, attention and help they need is considerable. Another important factor that he sees for the effectiveness of the project is trust. Therefore, the project team invest a lot of time in this by daily catch ups with the children so we are aware of what is going on in their lives and society. His vision is to be innovative and build a strong Foundation for young people, professionals and civil servants of Amsterdam.
Abdelhamid expectations from OYW Summit 2018: “OYW gives us the opportunity to show other community focused organizations our innovative way of work and to share the skills that we have built over past few years.”
Abdelhamid zet zich in voor het vergroten van kansen voor jongeren | #OYW2018 #makethefuture
Duration: 1:12 minutes
Abdelhamid talks about what he stands for.
Abdelhamid is a winner of the One Young World Scholarship. He talks about what he stands for and what is important to him. In the video a painting is made for One Young World.
Close-up of graffiti can.
[Background music plays]
Bright, rhythmic music plays.
An unidentified male puts on a mask.
Abdelhamid introduces himself and starts talking about what he does and stands for.
Sped up, an unidentified male paints a wall light blue and green. Then there’s a close-up of Abdelhamid and in the background you see, blurred, the unidentified male paint the wall.
Winner One Young World Shell Scholarship
A close-up of the graffiti cans. Close-up of someone painting with graffiti. Quick shots of the city. Then quick shots of a playground. Then there’s a bike parked in front of the playground. A shot of a flat. We see Abdelhamid in the reflection of a window. Then, through a window, we see the unidentified male painting. The unidentified male sprays paint onto the wall in several close-ups. Then there’s a shot of a shop that reads Toko Java. Abdelhamid walks through a street. Shots of an industrial location. Shot of a fence. Then we see a horse-like creature made out of leather.
The unidentified male is painting a tree. A brush goes through the paint. Then we see the unidentified male again with a green filter over the footage.
The shot flips over into the next shot.
Abdelhamid is standing in a park next to a flat. Several quick shots of an industrial location. Shot of a flat. Through the window, the unidentified male is still painting the wall. Then a close-up of the unidentified male painting and also holding a piece of paper. Close-ups of the paint. A graffiti can is put on the table. A close-up of the eyes of the unidentified male. Then he signs the painting at the bottom while sitting on the ground. Then he paints #OYW2018. A wide shot of the complete painting is shown. In the left corner you can read #MAKETHEFUTURE and in the right corner #OYW2018. The painting contains a tree on a hill, with mountains in the background. The tree casts a shadow that reads CARE.
Black and white rectangles appear and disappear to introduce the next shot.
Abdelhamid walks towards the camera in close-up.
Then it turns white and you see the shell logo appear in the screen.
[Background music plays]
An uplifting piano tune.
The logo of One Young World the Hague displays.
Then it fades to the Shell logo.
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