A five-year old boy who was arrested during the Holocaust and didn't speak out about his trauma for almost 70 years, has shared his thoughts on war, racism and the refugee crisis with Headliners young people.

As part of a larger project focusing on racism and the refugee crisis, six young people from Headliners NI explored what life for a refugee might be like. They had the priviledge of interviewing Holocaust Survivor Dr Martin Stern M.B.E. in October 2017 while he was touring schools in the Northwest giving talks to young people about his experiences. The interview in this film was conducted with Dr Stern during a public address in St. Augustine's church in Derry/Londonderry.

As part of Holocaust Memorial Day in Derry/Londonderry this year, the young people from Extern showcased their Headliners film. Read more about the showcase here...

To see more from this group, take a look at A Refugee Like Me, a film which also includes highlights from Dr Stern's interview with the young people.

This film was produced by Extern young people: Ciaran (13), Demi (13), Caitlin (13), Heather (16), Niamh (13) and Bailey (13).

This Headliners Foyle project was funded by Big Lottery as part of their Voices for Change Programme.