1. Executive Director's Remarks at Tahirih Justice Center Benefit


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    The Tahirih Justice Center's Executive Director, Layli Miller-Muro, gives remarks at the Tahirih Justice Center's Thirteenth Annual Benefit which reflect on Tahirih’s accomplishments over the last year, the courage of Tahirih's clients, and the challenges faced.

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    • Watershed's 5th Anniversary Video


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      For our 5th anniversary, we asked members of our community to record their own stories of how their lives have been changed through their involvement at Watershed over the past few years. Video by Larissa Miller larissajomiller.tv vimeo.com/​larissamiller

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      • Justice 'Waters of Nazareth'


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        Cinematography info; www.ashleybriggs.co.uk Footage shot for in Paris for documentary by So What London re-appropriated into a study/test promo.

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        • Creating Systemic Change at the Intersection of Reproductive and Economic Justice


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          This panel discussion moderated by Laura Flanders of GRITtv features Sylvia Henriquez (Executive Director, National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health), Lynn Paltrow (Executive Director, National Advocates for Pregnant Women), and Miriam Yeung (Executive Director, National Asian Pacific American Women's Forum). The panel was part of the daylong conference "Critical Intersections: Reproductive and Economic Justice" sponsored by The New York Women's Foundation and BCRW, held on September 22, 2010 at Barnard College in New York City.

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          • Thailand: Angkhana Neelapaijit impunity for enforced disappearances (3 min 12 EN)


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            After more than six and a half years, none of the perpetrators of the disappearance of Thai human rights lawyer Somchai Neelapaijit have yet been brought to justice. Mr Somchai was disappeared on 12 March 2004. At the time, he was representing five Muslim Thais accused of gun robbery and allegedly tortured by high ranking police personnel whilst in custody. Mr Somchai was last seen in Bangkok, being forced into a car by a group of men. The extremely slow progress in this case is telling of the continued impunity for gross human rights violations committed in Thailand's three Southern Border Provinces, where a violent conflict between a Muslim insurgency and the Thai (Buddhist) State has been raging for over 6 years. Mr Somchai's wife Angkhana Neelapaijit has been bravely working on this case, fighting for justice for her husband and all other victims of human rights violations in Southern Thailand and beyond. The EU should continue to assist the Thai state to bring human rights cases to justice and show that it is truly a democratic state based on rule of law.

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            • NT12A (Matt 24-25)


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              (2010-02-27) Objective Historical - New Testament - Gospel

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              • NT23A (John 1-4)


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                (2010-08-14) Objective Historical - New Testament - Gospel

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                • Islamic Justice


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                  • St Andrews Service 2010-08-08


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                    Video from St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church service on August 8th 2010. Jim's sermon titled "For Everything, There is a Season".

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                    • Justice for Hondurans - Inner Compass


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                      Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) often function better in developing countries by working around broken governmental systems. But could more people be helped if the NGOs focused on fixing the broken systems? Calvin sociology department's Kurt Ver Beek, co-founder of the Association for a More Just Society, describes his team's inclusive approach to justice in Honduras. Shirley Hoogstra hosts.

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