1. 2014 Passports to Progress Panel Discussion


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    View the full session of ICRW’s 2014 Passports to Progress Panel Discussion “High Returns: How Investing in Adolescent Girls Today Will Pay Off Tomorrow,” held on Wednesday, March 5. The discussion explored dimensions of adolescent girls’ education and transition to adulthood, and why it is crucial to place them at the heart of the development agenda. The panel included speakers from the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), Nike Foundation, Council on Foreign Relations and ICRW.

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    • SRHR webinar


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      The second webinar of the basics of international cooperation about SRHR

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      • Beyond Conventions: On the Frontlines of Human Rights


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        A profound conversation moderated by Charlayne Hunter-Gault, foreign correspondent, NPR with Madeleine K. Albright, former U.S. secretary of state; and Desmond Tutu, chair, The Elders.

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        • Ixtayutla - Boda en la Humedad


          from Jose Castanon Added

          Part of a documentary about Mixtec people in Oaxaca, México, living in the highly marginalized village of Ixtayutla. This part of the series describes in full, the process of a traditional inyu wedding. Almost entirely in Mixtec, enjoy phenomena whithout a lecture.

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          • Rehmat


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            Rehmat (literally: blessing) is an amateur short-film that follows the story of a girl who is not unlike the ones who are married off as a child. The cast and crew of the film are all first-timers, and have no experience whatsoever in media/film production.

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            • 13, and a Bride


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              In Dosso, Niger 13-year-old Mariama has just discovered that she will be married in a few days time. Mariama's mother was worried that her daughter would have a child out of wedlock and then no one would marry her so she accepted 100,00 CFA (200 USD) as a dowry from a local market trader in his mid-20s.

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              • The Child Within


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                • The Child Within


                  from Bahareh Hosseini Added

                  The Child Within shares three girls’ experiences of child marriage, from meeting their husbands for the first time to the terror of childbirth. Directed by Helen Cotton and Bahareh Hosseini, produced by Helen Cotton, camera and sound by Bahareh Hosseini and edited by Marta Velasquez.

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                  • Those who say NO


                    from Iban Colón Added 63 2 0

                    A short documentary about early marriage in Niger, produced by UNFPA in 2014. Direction and editing: Iban Colon Interviews, translation: Zara Moussa Assistant director: Abdou Ousmane Production: Moussa Saley Languages: Hausa, French (English subtitles)

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                    • Berhane Hewan/ Bride was Seven - Producer


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                      This 10 minute short was produced for Population Council which is now being used globally to fight child marriage. Also screened at Clinton Global Initiative in 2009. The original film "Bride was Seven" which I co-produced has aired on Oxygen.

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