1. Relationship & Dating Coach Shelley Whitehead

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    from Angela Robson / Added

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    Award-winning relationship and dating coach Shelley Whitehead shares her advice for finding love. Shelley works with women, men and couples, both in groups and individually, helping heal broken hearts and reconnect to life and love. She also runs workshops and seminars and speak at events internationally. Directed by Angela Robson and Sam Goldwater for Pearl Works Productions.

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    • Partners For Change Ethiopia

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      from Mike Goldwater / Added

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      This film was made for Partners for Change Ethiopia, a UK based charity helping orphan and vulnerable children in the poorest urban slum communities of Ethiopia.

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      • Ashaninka Cocoa from the Peruvian Amazon

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        from Mike Goldwater / Added

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        This film is about the cultivation of cocoa by the Ashaninka with the support of the Rainforest Alliance UK and Bettys and Taylors of Harrogate

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        • Kemito Ene - Cacao Asháninka de la Amazonía Peruana

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          from Mike Goldwater / Added

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          Deep in the heart of the Selva Central region of the Peruvian Amazon, indigenous communities are working with the Rainforest Foundation UK and Bettys and Taylors of Harrogate to produce their own high-quality Ashaninka-branded organic and fairtrade chocolate – ultimately for national and international distribution.

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          • Kemito Ene - Ashaninka Cocoa from the Peruvian Amazon

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            from Mike Goldwater / Added

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            Deep in the heart of the Selva Central region of the Peruvian Amazon, indigenous communities are working with the Rainforest Foundation UK and Bettys and Taylors of Harrogate to produce their own high-quality Ashaninka-branded organic and fairtrade chocolate – ultimately for national and international distribution.

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            • The Thousand Mile Journey

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              from Mike Goldwater / Added

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              • Champion wildlife crime opponent awarded top WWF honours

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                from Mike Goldwater / Added

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                Ofir Drori, a tireless anti-corruption whistleblower and law enforcement activist working on the frontlines of endangered wildlife protection in West and Central Africa, has been awarded the 2012 WWF Duke of Edinburgh Conservation Medal. Israeli educator, photojournalist and activist Drori, 36, arrived in Cameroon a decade ago where he founded the Last Great Ape Organization (LAGA), the first wildlife law enforcement non-governmental organization in Africa. Within seven months, LAGA had brought about Cameroon’s first wildlife crime prosecution, providing a model that is now being replicated in West and Central Africa. Drori is also founder-director of the Central Africa Wildlife Law Enforcement Network. Filmed in Central Africa by Mike Goldwater and Angela Robson for WWF with additional footage from LAGA laga-enforcement.org and Conservation Justice conservation-justice.org

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                • Sahel Food Crisis and Tree Foods

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                  Sahel food crisis - Trees help combat hunger and malnutrition in Burkina Faso. In the face of chronic food shortages and drought in the Sahel, some communities are faring substantially better than others. One reason lies in the cultivation of trees that are resistant to drought and provide nutritional food throughout the year, as well as providing income. New research by Tree Aid shows how trees are a means of survival for many families in crisis in the Sahel

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                  • Trees Mean Life

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                    from Mike Goldwater / Added

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                    This film tells the story of tree foods in Burkina Faso. Thirty percent of the population of sub-Saharan Africa is undernourished - the highest percentage in the world. Malnutrition affects nearly 40% of the rural poor and this is much worse in the hungry season. Tree foods can play a very important role in the food security of rural Sahelian households because other sources of nutrient-rich foods such as vegetables are only available for a few months of the year. Tree Aid believes that leaves of the moringa tree and the fruit of the baobab tree, and the highly nutritious safou fruit could be part of the answer to solving both hidden and not so hidden hunger. A film by Mike Goldwater and Angela Robson www.mikegoldwater.com www.angelarobson.net www.treeaid.org.uk

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                    • Destruction on All Sides

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                      from Mike Goldwater / Added

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                      Malian refugees in Burkina Faso. Amnesty International has described the situation in Mali as the country's worst human rights crisis in 50 years. There are 61,000 Malian refugees in Burkina Faso alone and more arrive every day. Filmed by Mike Goldwater www.mikegoldwater.com https://vimeo.com/user1761835 Reported by Angela Robson http://www.angelarobson.net/

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