Ahh, no way!

Participating institutions:

  1. Lauder Javne School, Budapest
  2. Petőfi Sándor EGYMI Gyöngyös

Number of students: 26+17

Number of teachers: 2+6

Number of meetings: 1

As a result of the joint work of the two institutions, an animated film was created. The visual material was drawn by the students from Gyöngyös, while the compilation and cutting of the short film was the task of Lauders students. The music was created during a joint program with the help of the jazz musician András Dés.

The peculiarity of the project lies not only in the unique animation film, but also in its creators, as the disabled and healthy participants of the project have demonstrated that it is possible, and also uplifting, to work with those who come from different settings. The project is a good example of how with the right content each student becomes equal, regardless of their abilities and background. 


Supported by a grant from the Open Society Institute Foundations, the US Embassy in Budapest, the Europe for Citizens, European Remebrance program, the Mazsihisz, the National Coopreation fund, the Mozaik Hub, and the Gallic Fund