My son the fanatic and Free for all


person who migrates to another country, usually for permanentresidence is an immigrant, and with this it comes many ups and downs. These two stories are showing us how it is to grow up in a culture were the rules and regulations are different from the place you are living in.  child abuse is something really terrible but not everybody do something with it. people who are grown up in a family were they slap each other when something happens, they would not go so strictly on it. but someone, like we read in the text are taking it very seriously. The child in the story “free for all” report his father, not everybody would do that. Multiculturalism are something difficult for someone bus also so importan for everybody.


clean water and sanitation


The UN has made a list of their seventeen sustainable development goals. I find all of them extremely important, but number six caught my attention. I think that the most important goal is clean water and sanitation.

783 million people in the world do not have access to clean and safe water, that concludes to 1 out of every 5 deaths of children under 5 is due to a water-related disease. And every year, 3.5 million people die of waterborne illness.

It is possible to survive for various weeks without food, but it is not possible to survive more than a few days without water. Water is life. Diarrhea is the second largest cause of death among children under five. Lack of access to potable kills more children than AIDS and malaria.

Water is used for many important things like drinking, recreation, sanitation, hygiene and industry. Water is the most important source for humans and without it, waterborne illness will be a big problem. Therefor I mean more money and help should go to clean water in every country.

In just one day, more than 200 million hours of women’s time is consumed by collecting and transporting water for domestic use. In this useful time, the people should have had an another job and clean water in their home from the tap instead.

The situation of lack of sanitation is far worse, for it affects 2.6 billion people, or 40% of the global population.

On the other hand, proper sanitation is also deficient among many people in the globe. Lack or proper sanitation have mainly been characterized with worldwide shortfalls in indispensable access to a hygienic toilet, and deficient service provision and household standard. Poor people in many countries suffer from such low quality of services.

Women who gets menstruation have to be home from school because the bathrooms at school are destroyed or not available to use. this is not how it should be. Everybody has the right to get a safe and clean toilet and bathroom.

these points are so important. I think that many people in Norway are taking the clean water we get for granted and we have to lay a bigger focus on this point, to help others.

Measures are being made, as one of the goals is that within 2020, one should maintain and protect every water-related ecosystems, such as mountains, forests, wetlands, rivers and lakes.  This is an important goal for the future and a lots of people!

water is a start for everything.

water is the answer to do something more.



thoughts on Gran Torino


3. What are some of the challenges and pressures Thao and Sue have to deal with as second-generation immigrants?

Thao and Sue have to deal with Walts prejudices and the fact that he had been a solider in the Korea war. In the start he looked down on the Hmong people, and thought they could do anything they wanted because they have a reputation of beeing smart. He was an angry and a definite man.

4. What experiences does Walt have with living in a multicultural neighborhood? Use examples from the film and discuss to what extent Walt develops/changes through the movie.

Walt are experiencing looks from other peoples and he show and tell people to leave him alone. We can see that he is struggling with open up to new people and he have prejudices to new cultures.


project report about internasjonal day and ODW



Operation Day’s Work is Norway’s biggest solidarity campaign. Since 1964, Norwegian students have worked one day each year to give money and solidarity to fellow students around the world. This is operated by teenagers from all over the world.

My school in Norway, Fagerlia, are having one day off school which we use to help other lands, work for them and give them the money.  The money goes to help countries to make a better education.


Last year we helped Ukraina, on that ODW day I worked with my dad at his work, and earned 400kr and gave them to the people who needed it. This year, the project is about helping Nigeria. Nigeria has an extremely bad oil crisis. The air is dangerous to breathe in, the water is dirty and they can’t even grow vegetables or fruit. The few fishes that are swimming around in the water is polluted and are dangerous to eat. The students who are implementing this project are working to give 400kr to this people who are living under these circumstances.

I chose to be in the climate change- and the film room.  I chose the climate change room because I think this is an important topic and I wanted to learn more about it. In the preparation process I made a poster were different types of climate changes were in focus with drawings and text. Paulius and I walked around the school and posted posters on the walls and stickers with the “vi er alle olje barn” on doors and walls. When I came to the climate room I filled up water to the person who were supposed to talk about the topic. The person didn’t show up so my group didn´t have anything to do, which was very sad that we didnt get to meet the person or listen to her story. So we visited other rooms instead. For example the quiet room, here we were lying on the floor and the students played of a poscast. In this podcast a girl was talkning about important facts about the poor people and how lucky we are in Norway. The next room I was holding was the film room. We had chosen different movies to show for the other students that was visiting the room. The process was very easy to solve and I had very fun learning on this way. The day was very interesting and I got to know new people.

I think everybody learnt a lot trough this day, but I think that next year we have to inform the student more about the ODW before it is. I think we should have people on visit or someone from the student councils the week before the ODW and International day where they inform what the project are going to and what it is about.  I think that would make a bigger understanding and a bigger interesting for the day.

I learned more about the big crisis in the world and how important it is to help. Education is so important and all kind of people deserve it. I also learned how it is to work in the working life nowdays. I think that the class did a great job with all the work and the planning. I got to know a lot of new people and got a new point of view.



when i think about the word Syria. poor people comes to my mind. war and landmines. i think about all the organisations that helps Syria and all the terrible things that have happend there. i dont know so much about “the positive things” that have happend with the land, and that is very sad. Big wars and refuges comes to my mind when i hear the name of the land “Syria”