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[VIDEO] Zadar Students Shoot Sign Language Music Video

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A group of students from Zadar on Croatia’s Dalmatian coast have shot a music video in sign lanaguage…

The music video caps off a sign language workshop the students have just recently organised. Around 10 students, who are part of the Erasmus Student Network Zadar (ESN Zadar), were involved in filming the music video.

“Our ExchangeAbility event took place in Zadar and lasted almost a week. We proposed to our Erasmus students to organise a Sign Language Workshop where they could learn the basics of the Sign Langauge and use it to take part in a music video. We picked out the song called “Young as the morning, old as the sea” by Passenger, which, in our opinion, celebrates all the beauty of the world and especially countries where our Erasmus students come from. We want to help the pink power of ExchangeAbility project shine brighter and raise the awareness about the fact that mobility is open to everyone,” the students said.

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