1. Trailer - Spiegelgrund

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    SPIEGELGRUND is the name of the children's hospital in Vienna where hundreds of children were murdered by National Socialist Party doctors. This documentary reconstructs these atrocities and shows how decades later, in 'modern' Austria, the criminally responsible doctors continued to be protected and held in high esteem. Watch the whole film here: http://www.realeyz.tv/de/spiegelgrund.html

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    • Trailer - Plenty of Evos - The Cocagrowers of Chapare

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      The Bolivian Campesinos have been cheated out of their rights for centuries. Until then they organized. At their helm was Evo Morales, who won the office of the president in 2005 with over 54% of the vote. This is a film about the election and the issues involved, including Andes culture and coca farming. Watch the whole film here: http://www.realeyz.tv/de/hartos-evos-aqui-hay.html

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      • PEN International Congress Opening Ceremony

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        78th PEN International Congress, Korea, Kyeongsangbuk-Do, Kyeongju-City 2012, 9, 9~15 Kyeong Hyundai Hotel Lee Gil-won President of PEN International Korean Center, John Ralston Saul President of PEN International, The 1986 Nobel Prize winner NIGERIA Akinwande Oluwole Soyinka, The 2008 Nobel Prize winner FRANCE Jean Marie Gustave Le Clezio, The Former Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism KOREA Lee O Young

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        • Have You Heard From Johannesburg - promo

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          For more information about the series, visit http://www.clarityfilms.org/haveyouheardfromjohannesburg/ Have You Heard From Johannesburg is a powerful seven-part documentary series by two-time Academy Award nominee Connie Field that shines light on the global citizens movements that took on South Africa's apartheid regime. It reveals how everyday people helped challenge and end one of the greatest injustices the world has ever known. Have You Heard begins with the story of freedom fighters in South Africa who are systemically killed, jailed or exiled for resisting their political oppression. Embattled South Africans call on the global community to take action, laying the groundwork for a decades-long international campaign. People around the world take up the anti-apartheid cause, challenging their governments, powerful corporations and other institutions to face up to the immorality of their collaboration with apartheid. Have You Heard follows three generations of the struggle inside South Africa and battles waged in sports arenas and cathedrals, in embassies and corporate boardrooms, at rock concerts and in gas stations around the globe. Pulling together the many threads of international anti-apartheid action for the first time in any medium, Have You Heard from Johannesburg is an inspiring example for citizens and movements around the world.

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          • 30 Articles, 30 Journals, 30 Days - a Human Rights Project

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            30 Articles, 30 Journals, 30 Days is a project founded by Miami Dade College’s InterAmerican Campus, in partnership with International Solidarity for Human Rights (ISHR). The purpose of the project is to promote awareness and dissemination of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights through visual art and writing. Students will be exposed to the 30 articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights around campus and will have the chance to express their interpretations through artwork and writing. All submitted works will be published in one of the 30 journals – one journal for each article of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Aiming to educate students and the general public about our existing human rights, journals will be composed of short stories, poems, drawings, paintings and photography. All submissions will be used to create the 30 journals that will be presented to the United Nations this December. www.30journals.com

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            • Trailer - Operation spring

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              OPERATION SPRING is a documentary thriller about a large scale police operation aimed at Africans in Austria who were accused of being members of a world wide Nigerian drug mafia. New investigative methods were tested and new laws were introduced to secure convictions. Watch the whole film here: http://www.realeyz.tv/de/operation-spring.html

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              • Trailer - facing the enemy

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                To prevent herself from becoming trapped in bitterness, a young woman decides to meet the former IRA member who murdered her father... Watch the whole film here: http://www.realeyz.tv/de/facing-the-enemy.html

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                • Cambia Tu Mundo: Change Your World! Mexico City 2012

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                  In September 2012, the Yahoo! Business & Human Rights Program hosted Cambia Tu Mundo! (Change Your World!) Mexico City 2012, which showcased women in Latin America using technology, the Internet and social media platforms to create positive change in the world, with an emphasis on women's leadership in governance and politics, human rights, media and journalism, entrepreneurship, indigenous rights, and user safety online. The event was moderated by Claudia Calvin-Venero, Executive Director for the Mexican Council on Foreign Relations (COMEXI) and Founder of Mujeres Construyendo, the first platform for Spanish speaking bloggers in Latin America, and featured a keynote speech from Catalina Botero, Special Rapporteur for Freedom of Expression, Organization of American States (OAS).

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                  • A young man and a fearful mother on the West Bank.

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                    In the midst of a long-running violent conflict, it's often parents who experience the greatest fear. What will happen to their children? Can they keep their children from being sucked in? At the best of times and in the most peaceful societies, young people often get into trouble. But in the Arab-Israeli conflict, getting into trouble can mean jail, injury or death. The Arab-Israeli confrontation over land and security affects millions, but this short film focuses on one family's dilemma. Sameeha Jibriyn has seen her son Murad arrested and jailed four times. He continues to protest agains Israeli settlers who, he says, have taken their land by force. Many settlers believe they have a right to the land based on history and religion. Sameeha just hopes her son will stay quiet and avoid drawing attention. There is an upside to the story. A local youth project, the idea of a former teacher, is encouraging young people across the West Bank to stand for election to youth councils. Murad was duly elected - and now he and his fellow councillors work to improve their community. It's a chance to contribute, to gain a measure of control over their own lives. It's a small but significant start. The youth project receives assistance from the United Nations Democracy Fund.

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                    • Climate Change and Human Rights - German Subtitle

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                      The impacts of climate change through the eyes of those first and worst affected. EJF goes to Bangladesh and Kenya and speaks to former President of the Maldives, Mohammed Nasheed.

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