1. BIANCA JAGGER @ The Table of Free Voices


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    Bianca Jagger NICARAGUA, UK Founder, The Bianca Jagger Human Rights Foundation Watch the entire PROBLEMA film: http://vimeo.com/17712557 http://problema-thefilm.org http://droppingknowledge.org

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    • No War Zone of December 16, 2009


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      Human Rights and Election promises Addressing Torture in Sri Lanka National Peace Council: Promoting reconciliation amongst children ‘Goodwill Hardware’: Koralegedara Pushpakumara’s latest exhibition

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      • AMOA Trailer 2015


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        Special compilation of the Matter of Act program for the Movies That Matter filmfestival 2015. Ten films about ten Human Rights activists. Among others: CITIZENFOUR, Supreme Price, Burden of Peace, The Men Who Mends Women.

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        • My Whispers of Horror


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          Live a piece of your life with these brave woman from the other side of the world, as they reveal about their terrifying life. Some had experienced the oppression of domestic violence, only to find the police and neighbors telling them that it should be kept within the family. Another was forced into prostitution by the very police meant to protect her. There are stories that are closer than you think, such as where a young Russian girl was made to live five years in a New York City brothel. The knowledge gained from these true stories can help change the situation for younger generations of woman.

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          • Women of the World: Reaching a Lost Generation


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            Help Women of the World International build a Christian primary school for the children of Uttar Pradesh. WOTW ministers to women globally through sponsoring events targeting the unique spiritual needs of their region. WOTW has ministered across the world. Locally, WOTW ministers to women through "I Thirst For You" conferences around the U.S. The goal is to strengthen and empower women to impact their own region with the message of healing and hope. For more information, to make a contribution, or to schedule a service, please visit our website: www.wotw.co. Women of the World is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization. All donations are tax deductible. ______________________________________________________________________________________________ Photos used with permission of flickr users via Creative Commons Attribution License: Jacksoncam (https://www.flickr.com/photos/jacksoncam/) Official U.S. Navy Imagery (https://www.flickr.com/photos/usnavy/) Jasleen Kaur (https://www.flickr.com/photos/jasleen_kaur/) TheDillyLama (http://www.flickr.com/photos/dylwalters/) Gigi Ibrahim (https://www.flickr.com/photos/gigiibrahim/) Archer10 (https://www.flickr.com/photos/archer10/) RobLerner (https://www.flickr.com/photos/roblerner/) Pra-Yudi (https://www.flickr.com/photos/pra-yudi/) EndyMion120 (https://www.flickr.com/photos/endymion120/) SirenSongs (https://www.flickr.com/photos/sirensongs/) Padmanaba01 (https://www.flickr.com/photos/43423301@N07/ McKaySavage (https://www.flickr.com/photos/mckaysavage/) SSanyal (https://www.flickr.com/photos/ssanyal/) MarkHillary (https://www.flickr.com/photos/markhillary/) MeanestIndian (https://www.flickr.com/photos/meanestindian/) AfghanistanMatters (https://www.flickr.com/photos/afgmatters/) NevilZaveri (https://www.flickr.com/photos/nevilzaveri/) ______________________________________________________________________________________________ "Broke" by Brenda Harp (http://www.brendaharp.com/) licensed for non-profit use from Triple Scoop Music (http://triplescoopmusic.com/)

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            • Basic Needs - Patrick Shepherd


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              This documentary explores the impact of the welfare state on employment incentives for people living in homeless hostels in London. It also explores how low income communities survive in Mumbai where there is no government welfare.

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              • Guantánamo Public Memory Project


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                “Guantánamo” has become an international symbol of torture, detention, national security, and conflict over America’s “War on Terror.” After more than a decade of bitter struggle over whether and how to “close Guantánamo,” in 2013, nearly 200 prisoners remain at the US naval station, or GTMO with 100 on hunger strike. The unique qualities of the site – its legal ambiguity, political isolation and geographic proximity, and architectures of confinement – have been used and reused for a wide range of people and purposes. These include Cuban workers in exile after the Revolution; Haitian refugees with HIV, first welcomed as asylum seekers but then confined in tent cities as threats to public health; and the War on Terror’s “enemy combatants.” GTMO and its residents have been inextricable, if often invisible, parts of America’s deepest policy conflicts: immigration, public health, human rights, and national security. The Guantánamo Public Memory Project seeks to build public awareness of the century-long history of the US naval station at Guantánamo, Bay, Cuba, and foster dialogue on the future of this place and the policies it shapes. The Project is collecting stories, documents, photos, videos artwork, and oral testimonies from different perspectives and time periods throughout GTMO’s 100 year history. It is bringing that material to the public through a website, traveling exhibit, curriculum, public programs, and other media. The Project also invites diverse people to share their own stories of GTMO and engage in debate about the larger issues this site and others like it across the world raise. It originated as a project of the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience, which currently serves on the Steering Committee for the Project. The Project is now being developed by a growing collaboration of universities and organizations, coordinated from Columbia University’s Institute for the Study of Human Rights as part of its Alliance for Historical Dialogue and Accountability. gitmomemory.org

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                • Kids in the Hall and KD Lang honoured


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                  DailyXtra.com was on the red carpet on Sep 6 to chat with kd lang and the Kids in the Hall prior to their induction into Canada's Walk of Fame. See story here: http://bit.ly/1cJF2vK

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                  • Outside the Rio Tinto AGM 2011


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                    • No More Blood - No More Fear: Dr Wael Aleji


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                      Dr Wael Aleji (National Organisation for Human Rights in Syria) speaks at demo in front of Syrian Embassy, London 29 October 2011. More information at amnesty.org.uk/syria

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