1. A Noiva de Paraty

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    Vídeo realizado pelos alunos do curso de Produção de Vídeo da DRC em julho de 2011. Alunos: David T. Nudelman, Lia Meyer, Rick Menasce. Instrutor: Kiko Medici

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    • Anuncio Institucional Danny

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      Criado como conclusão do curso de Produção de Vídeo do DRC Roteiro: David Nudelman, Lia Meyer, Rick Menasce Câmera: Kiko Medici Instrutor: Kiko Medici Atores: Rick Menasce, David Nudelman, Lia Meyer

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      • "Mogwai vom Lech-Toller Nest"

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        Just a puppy-clip (nearly four month) see also: www.toller-ruede.de

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        • Fragile States, Global Consequences

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          For decades, the balance of power among the world's strongest nations was the dominant issue in discussions of global security. Many of today's policies and international institutions were specifically created to deal with potential violent conflict between major powers. But today, the world's most fragile states are emerging as the most serious threat to 21st-century global security. Fragile states aren't failed states. They are countries that straddle the thin line between survival and chaos, suffering from weak governing infrastructures, internal conflict, ethnic tensions, or economic despair—and sometimes from all of the above. Though largely overlooked, the global consequences we all face from the growing number of fragile states are both immediate and real. Their weaknesses often permit extremist groups to thrive within their borders. Beyond the threat of terrorism, fragile states can become breeding grounds for disease pandemics, create waves of regionally destabilizing mass migration, or offer safe haven for drug, arms, and even human traffickers. To order the Now Showing Fragile States, Global Consequences toolkit, visit http://www.stanleyfoundation.org/now-showingfragile-states-global-consequences.cfm With event planner and moderator guides chock-full of helpful tips and resources, the toolkit has everything needed to put together a successful event. Discussion guides are provided to facilitate group discussion on the issues raised in the video. Also, the toolkit includes materials that provide further background on the discussion topics.

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          • PROTECTIONLINE: The weapons of impunity (excerpt)

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            Extract of the documentay THE WEAPONS OF IMPUNITY - Democratic Republic of the Congo, 2006. The documentary focuses on the major role played by human rights associations of the province of South-Kivu, especially in Bukavu. The case of Pascal Kabungulu Kibembi, murdered in 2005, illustrates the risks than human rights defenders and journalists face in the country. http://protectionline.org/The-Weapons-of-Impunity-extract.html

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            • Tournoi du 30 Juin a Champaign

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              tournoi de football a champaign avec la participation des equipe des congolais de chicago, rushville, champaign...

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              • Tosalel'ango ("Let's Do It!") Reality TV show: Sensibilisation VIH Sida a Kindele, RDC

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                C-Change, a USAID-funded program, provides technical assistance and support for a broad range of USAID communication activities in the DRC. Working with Search for Common Ground (SFCG), a conflict prevention NGO, C-Change built HIV prevention messages into several episodes of SFCG's popular reality television show, Toselel'ango. Tosalel’ango means “Let’s Do It!” in Lingala, the main language of Kinshasa and many other urban areas in the DRC. Launched in 2008, the show seeks to channel frustration and anger among youth into actionable positive change in local communities. Congolese youth (18-29) contact the show with an issue they want Tosalel’ango to focus on. The producers match two people with the same issue, called “Challengers,” and give them the chance to find a solution. In this episode, filmed in Kindele, the challengers aimed to encourage youth between ages 14 and 20 to become engaged in the response to HIV. They eventually organized a sensitization campaign in a secondary school in Kindele, Katanga Province, highlighting the need for collaboration between students and school officials in order to share information and raise awareness about HIV prevention.

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                • Slavery in Your Pocket: The Congo Connection

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                  Free the Slaves investigates the extant of slavery in Congo's mining industry. Conflict minerals from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) find their way into the supply chain of products we use every day—like laptops, cell phones and batteries. Slavery also exists in Congo's mining areas.

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                  • Demo Reel

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                    This is my demo reel that I have created during my time at Full Sail University.

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                    • BDA Foundation Presentation - United Nations CBD COP 10 Conference, Nagoya, Japan, Oct 2011

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                      This video was presented at the United Nations Convention on Biodiversity COP 10 Conference in Nagoya, Japan in October of 2010. DE partnered with the BDA Foundation to showcase their project in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and to showcase DE work on Environmental Management and forest carbon. DE teamed up with David Eberts, who directed and edited this video, and DE provided content direction and acted as a producer.

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