1. They DON'† Care About Us

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    They DON'† Care About Us Socially Critical Music Video Produced by: Jacki Jones Released by: L.E.F. 1989 Imagine Inc. Presented by: MAM Entertainment

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    • Mohamed Hossam (Reporting Change participant)

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      An interview with Egyptian photojournalist and Reporting Change multimedia workshop participant Mohamed Hossam. See Mohamed's Reporting Change multimedia story: http://storiesofchange.worldpressphoto.org/stories/amira-fighting-for-egyptian-women More about Mohamed: http://www.worldpressphoto.org/people/mohamed-hossam More about Reporting Change: http://www.worldpressphoto.org/reporting-change Credits Production & Interview: Jennifer Noland Camera: Jochem Bakker (http://www.imaazje.com/) Post-production: Sarah Levitt (http://www.sarahabalevitt.com/)

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      • Inas Gohar (Reporting Change participant)

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        An interview with Egyptian multimedia producer and Reporting Change workshop participant Inas Gohar. See Inas' Reporting Change multimedia story: http://storiesofchange.worldpressphoto.org/stories/souvenir-of-a-revolution More about Inas: http://www.worldpressphoto.org/people/inas-gohar More about Reporting Change: http://www.worldpressphoto.org/reporting-change Credits Production & Interview: Jennifer Noland Camera: Jochem Bakker (http://www.imaazje.com/) Post-production: Sarah Levitt (http://www.sarahabalevitt.com/)

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        • Hassan Ouazzani (Reporting Change participant)

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          An interview with Moroccan freelance photojournalist and Reporting Change multimedia workshop participant Hassan Ouazzani. See Hassan's Reporting Change multimedia story: http://storiesofchange.worldpressphoto.org/stories/roundtrip-casa-dakar More about Hassan: http://www.worldpressphoto.org/people/hassan-ouazzani More about Reporting Change: http://www.worldpressphoto.org/reporting-change Credits Production & Interview: Jennifer Noland Camera: Jochem Bakker (http://www.imaazje.com/) Post-production: Sarah Levitt (http://www.sarahabalevitt.com/)

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          • Eman Helal (Reporting Change participant)

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            An interview with Egyptian photographer and Reporting Change multimedia workshop participant Eman Helal. See Eman's Reporting Change multimedia story: http://storiesofchange.worldpressphoto.org/stories/just-stop More about Eman: http://www.worldpressphoto.org/people/eman-helal More about Reporting Change: http://www.worldpressphoto.org/reporting-change Credits Production & Interview: Jennifer Noland Camera: Jochem Bakker (http://www.imaazje.com/) Post-production: Sarah Levitt (http://www.sarahabalevitt.com/)

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            • Abdellah Azizi (Reporting Change participant)

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              An interview with Moroccan photographer and Reporting Change multimedia workshop participant Abdellah Azizi. See Abdellah's Reporting Change multimedia story: http://storiesofchange.worldpressphoto.org/stories/zineb-mountain-guide More about Abdellah: http://www.worldpressphoto.org/abdellah-azizi More about Reporting Change: http://www.worldpressphoto.org/reporting-change Credits Production & Interview: Jennifer Noland Camera: Jochem Bakker (http://www.imaazje.com/) Post-production: Sarah Levitt (http://www.sarahabalevitt.com/)

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              • Reporting Change - Stories from the Arab Region event

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                Sunday, 15 June 2014 @ Melkweg, Amsterdam, 13.00 - 18.00 http://www.worldpressphoto.org/event/2014-reporting-change Artists, photographers, human rights activists and journalists from the Arab world gathered to present personal stories, visual presentations, film, theater and music all centered on developments and changes in their region. Festival attendees included: • Roger Anis, Egypt, photojournalist • Nadia Benchallal, France/Algeria, photographer • Lama Fakih, Syria and Lebanon researcher Human Rights Watch • Yassin al Haj Saleh, Syria, writer and public intellectual • Selim Harbi, Tunisia, documentary photographer • Magdalena Herrera, France, director of photography Geo France • Oualid Khelifi, Algeria, freelance journalist and reporter • Reem Maged, Egypt, TV journalist and talk show host • Hanan Salah, researcher Libya Human Rights Watch • Ole Solvang, researcher and security advisor, and emergency team member, Human Rights Watch Hosted by Petra Stienen, the Netherlands, publicist and Arabist And also: Music by Syrian singer/songwriter Waed Bouhassoun Movie 'Return to Homs', directed by Talal Derki, Syria Presentation of Stories of Change, a photo book by World Press Photo And a play written by Anna Maria Versloot and directed by Pieter Athmer, the Netherlands

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                • Anej Korsika: You be the change you wish to see in the world - discussion with audience

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                  The discourse we are about to unfold stems from the famous statement by Mahatma Gandhi and seeks to demonstrate the potential for two radically different conclusions. Gandhi's statement can be contemplated on an individual level in terms of one's personal responsibility for the current state of the world we live in, namely the world of tremendous social stratification, the world of vanishing natural resources and the world of increasingly unstable politics and international relations. While indeed recognising the pressing urgency for change, this interpretation has no ambition to dismantle the world and its current state of affairs when calling upon an individual to become the thing he seeks to change in the world. What the given statement alludes to instead is ethical consumerism, i.e. purchasing products in fair trade shops, waste recycling, electricity and water conservation and so on. However, such interpretation clearly lacks latitude and Gandhi would undoubtedly disagree with the claim that one already acts as the embodiment of change every time he buys fair trade coffee at Starbucks. Let us delve instead into a rather more profound and elemental concept of change, namely the change of exploitative capitalist relations that fuel social and environmental desolation. We shall take a look at the Occupy movement experience, the Arab Spring movements and their experience as well as the experience gained in revolts against austerity measures in Slovenia and Europe. The collage of these experiences will help us outline their possible limitations and suggest tangible measures to be exercised in order to bring about the changes we truly wish for and, more importantly, the changes we can actually embody as their agents. Anej Korsika has a BA in Political Science from the Faculty of Social Sciences and has embarked upon a PhD degree at the Faculty of Arts in 2009. His subject of interest lies in critical theory of society, especially in the critique of political economy. He was the editor in chief of the Tribuna Magazine, where he still participates as a publishing author. His work also appears in Katedra, AirBeletrina and Journal for the Critique of Science. Korsika is a member of the editorial board for the Borec Journal. He is active in the We Are the University movement and in the Workers and Punks' University, recently transformed into the Institute for Labour Studies.

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                  • Sélim Harbi (Reporting Change participant)

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                    An interview with Tunisian documentary photographer and Reporting Change multimedia workshop participant Sélim Harbi. See Sélim's Reporting Change multimedia story: http://storiesofchange.worldpressphoto.org/stories/zatla-blues More about Sélim: http://www.worldpressphoto.org/selim-harbi More about Reporting Change: http://www.worldpressphoto.org/reporting-change Credits Production & Interview: Jennifer Noland Camera: Jochem Bakker (http://www.imaazje.com/) Post-production: Sarah Levitt (http://www.sarahabalevitt.com/)

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                    • Oualid Khelifi (Reporting Change participant)

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                      An interview with Algerian freelance journalist and Reporting Change multimedia workshop participant Oualid Khelifi. See Oualid's multimedia story: http://storiesofchange.worldpressphoto.org/stories/burning-tinde More about Oualid: http://www.worldpressphoto.org/people/oualid-khelifi More about Reporting Change: http://www.worldpressphoto.org/reporting-change Credits Production & Interview: Jennifer Noland Camera: Jochem Bakker (http://www.imaazje.com/) Post-production: Sarah Levitt (http://www.sarahabalevitt.com/)

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