1. Microsoft: Eltizam & live@edu Documentary


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    Directed by: Simone Maggi Cinematography: Robert Resto Editing & Graphics by: Simone Maggi Production Company: Elements Productions Client: Microsoft, Bahrain Language: Arabic Filmed & Produced in the Kingdom of Bahrain

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    • Our beautiful Bahrain, The Sea !


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      Assorted shots of Bahrain's Sea and beaches .. feel free to show anyone of your friend our beautiful Bahrain !

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      • Flying tube - AlDar


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        Music: Ecstasy X by Jason Shaw (http://audionautix.com/index.html)

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        • test


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          Recorded on my iPhone 4S, on a highway in Bahrain. Nothing special, just something small for my first Vimeo upload.

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          • A short summary of the Martin Ennals Award Ceremony 2012


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            The Venerable Luon Sovath, a human rights activist from Cambodia, is the 2012 Martin Ennals Award Laureate. The ceremony took place at the Victoria Hall in Geneva, and was attended by various dignitaries from the international human rights community. The second nominee, an Iranian human rights lawyer, Nasrin Sotoudeh was unable to attend the ceremony, as she is currently incarcerated in Evin prison in Tehran, she was represented by Mrs Mahanaz Parakand, Mrs Sotoudeh's former lawyer. The third nominee, the Bahrain Center for Human Rights, was represented by Said Yousif Almuhafada, who spoke on behalf of the center's imprisoned President, Nabeel Rajab and former-President Abdulhadi Al-Khawaja who is currently serving a life sentence on charges of "organizing and managing a terrorist organisation”. The Venerable Luon Sovath received the prize from Kyung-wha Kang, the deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights, who lauded the courage of human rights defenders worldwide. Sadrine Salerno, the Vice-Mayor of the City of Geneva, the Martin Ennals Foundation's main partner, dedicated her speech to human rights defenders who undergo torture, persecution and illegal detention. Luon Sovath is the 21st laureate of the Martin Ennals Award.

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            • Labor, Unions, and the Arab Spring


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              The rights of workers and workers’ organizations lie at the heart of key issues for the region’s development, including democratic governance, job creation, and economic and social justice. In the aftermath of several revolutions sweeping the Middle East early last year, the question of how labor, labor unions, and democratic progress relate to each other has become more pertinent. On September 12, 2012, the Center for Contemporary Arab Studies and the Solidarity Center brought three distinct Arab trade leaders together to discuss the changes unfolding across the Middle East and North Africa. This panel discussion, “Labor, Unions, and the ‘Arab Spring,’” featured speakers Karim Radhi, Nassira Ghozlane, Kamal Abou Aita as they examined how the conditions of labor and labor unions have either impeded or accelerated the movement toward democracy in their respective countries of Bahrain, Algeria, and Egypt. What role have workers played in protests across the region? What is the condition of unions in the Egypt and Tunisia after the revolutions in these countries? What role has labor played in the uprising in Bahrain? And how are unions in Algeria, seemingly untouched by the “Arab Spring,” working to improve the lives of working men and women? Karim Radhi is a member of the General Federation of Bahrain Trade Union. Nassira Ghozlane is the General Secretary of the Algerian Syndicat Autonome National des Personnels del’Administration (SNAPAP). Kamal Abou Aita is the President of Egyptian Federal of Independent Trade Unions.

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              • Jaan Albalushi Interview on Bahrain TV


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                Here Jaan Albalushi comes again, He is a great artist, photographer, director and a creative person and yes he is a hardworker, he loves his project which he choose to work with... best of luck to him

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                • Arab Regional Center for World Heritage, Bahrain (UNESCO) - Light Test


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