1. Mkurus Kirche: Leben mit Gott in Maasailand, Tansania

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    from Vanessa Wijngaarden / Added

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    Lassen Sie sich inspirieren von den Freuden des Gebens und den Wundern des Glaubens im tansanischen Maasailand, in dem eine arme Gemeinschaft sich entschied, das gute Leben zu empfangen, das Gott versprochen hat. In dieser Kirche habe ich zu meinem Glauben gefunden, und es sind diese Menschen, die mir zeigten, wer Gott ist. Für die tiefgreifende Wende, die das in meinem Leben bewirkt hat, bin ich fuer immer dankbar. Ashe naleng. (Versionen dieses Films in geringe Qualitaet oder mit Englischem Untertitel stehen Ihnen auch auf Vimeo oder youtube zur Verfügung https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DPYmBqpdAw0. For English subtitles please select the video Mkurus Church here on Vimeo or find a lower quality version on Youtube). Wenn Sie Mkurus Kirche unterstützen möchten, ist ihnen die Macherin dieses Filmes gerne behilflich, mit der Gemeinde im Kontakt zu treten oder Spenden wieterzuleiten, egal wi gross oder klein der Beitrag ist. Vanessa.Wijngaarden@gmail.com.

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    • Injured Studio Discussion

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      Studio Discussion on the film INJURED. NVTV is available on Freeview 8 and Virgin 159 in Northern Ireland. NVTV is available to view on Today's Ireland in USA.

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      • "Lessons of Basketball and War" Excerpt

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        “Lessons of Basketball and War” explores universal themes of violence, prejudice, cultural identity and conflict resolution as seen through the eyes of adolescent girls – refugees from war and famine in Somalia who have resettled in a strange foreign city. Pushed together in an inner city housing project, religious traditions and beliefs are tested by the onslaught of a sexualized, celebrity obsessed America. Teachers work to help students with little previous education and a propensity for an abhorrent form of personal violence fueled by a legacy of ethnic hostilities. This hour-long documentary offers an engaging and at times thrilling account of a year in their young lives and the challenges faced by one dedicated educator, peacemaker and basketball coach.

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        • Building Bridges For Peace 1998

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          Building Bridges for Peace can be found here: http://www.buildingbridgesshift.org/ (The contact info in the credits is outdated.

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          • American University Student Testimonials for VDG Project

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            American University School of Communications students reflect on their recent virtual dinner exchanges and collaborative film projects with Cairo, Egypt, through The Virtual Dinner Guest Project. http://www.virtualdinnerguest.com/

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            • Episode 3- DiSC- Four Responses to Conflict

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              Introducing CLI's Two-Minute Reads- a free tool available in reading and video formats. In this episode, CLI explains the personal profile assessment, DiSC, and how they respond to conflict. Take a look at the corresponding Two Minute Read here: http://corplearning.com/disc-four-responses-conflict/ also be sure to download our Two Minute Read book here: http://corplearning.com/download-new-ebook/

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              • What happens when India and Pakistan eat dinner together... and then agree to make a movie?

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                This video combines both films from our collaborative project between students in Islamabad, Pakistan and Bangalore, India. The Virtual Dinner Guest Project is based upon a simple premise: It's harder to ignore, vilify, or harm those we have broken bread with. Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/VirtualDinner Twitter: @VirtualDinner and learn more about us at our official site: http://www.virtualdinnerguest.com/ Who we are and what we do: We connect communities from around the world at their dinner tables... and then challenge them to make collaborative films that dig for answers you won't find in the headlines. Each Virtual Dinner Guest Project programming cycle connects groups from two countries for a videoconference call, and a shared meal. Our initial encounters are moderated discussions that focus on the collaborative deconstruction of the dominant media narratives that our respective countries have about the other. At the end of the meal, each group poses a question to their fellow Virtual Dinner Guests, at the other end of the virtually contiguous dinner table. These questions then become the basis for parallel media projects, and the content is then shared online. We are building a grassroots 'news network', a repository of collaborative media projects that offer unfiltered street-level perspectives, from around the world. We seek to provide the most representative cross section of our communities possible. That said, it should be noted that The Virtual Dinner Guest Project is non-partisan and non-sectarian, and the many (and often conflicting) views that you will hear, do not necessarily represent our own, or those of our collaborative partners. We are a grass roots movement, in need of support. Our ultimate goal? Take this concept to a global scale, integrating it into university classes, civil society programming, and media outlets around the world, with a special emphasis on connecting communities in conflict. Our mission? We intend to promote a global cultural shift in the way individuals and communities view their relationships to news media, from one of passive consumption, to one of collaborative production, across borders, and political and cultural divisions. We are a media literacy training module, a mechanism for transforming conflict, a citizen journalism crash course... and aim to be a stand alone media outlet, where people can come to glean street level perspectives from people around the world. Learn more about how you can support us at: http://www.virtualdinnerguest.com/

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                • The Virtual Dinner Guest Project: India-Pakistan

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                  Film from the India side of our recent projected between India & Pakistan.

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                  • The Virtual Dinner Guest Project: Pakistan-India

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                    Film from the Pakistan side of our recent projected between India & Pakistan.

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                    • Mike Staver - Keynote Demo Video

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                      1 : described as a “rebel with a cause” challenging people to courageously rethink business as usual; bachelor’s degree in business and a master’s in psychology 2 : advocate of counterintuitive thinking; resists conventional wisdom, presents the cold, hard truth with challenging honesty; avid blogger 3 : author of Leadership Isn’t For Cowards, Do You Know How to Shut Up?; authority on leadership, communication, conflict, customer service

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