1. PAYING TO GO TO WAR

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    from Asma Films / Added

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    PAYING TO GO TO WAR It´s a short documentary film that tells the story of the Spanish freelance reporter, Antonio Pampliega. It is part of Great Expectations_Project, an investigation into the phenomenon of job insecurity in Europe in the professions of Art and Culture. Great Expectations is a project for the construction of a permanent multimedia observatory, a website that organizes into an interactive structure texts, selfportraits and short documentaries, about precarious workers. Great Expectations is finally a project of widespread authorship at the center of a network of European authors sensitive to labor issues. http://www.facebook.com/greatexpectationsproject

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    • Hotel 22

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      from The New York Times - Video / Added

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      In Silicon Valley, the region’s homeless use a 24-hour bus line as a shelter at night. Produced by: Elizabeth Lo Read the article: http://nyti.ms/1y6cK6M Click here to follow us: vimeo.com/newyorktimes Watch more videos at: nytimes.com/video Follow on Twitter: twitter.com/nytvideo

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      • Occupational Employment Projections for 2012

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        from Zed Lyons / Added

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        The site being detonated is Richborough Power Staion in Kent, South-East England, which met its end this morning (11 March 2012) at 9:00am.

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        • My Curriculum Vitae Video

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          from Rachael Lewis / Added

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          Hello, I'm Rachael and this is My Curriculum Vitae Video. If you have any questions or would like a full copy of my written CV, please get in touch with me at rachaellewis0@gmail.com Credits: Produced & edited by Rachael Lewis Filmed by Lauren Grady

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          • The view from the streets: working for nothing

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            Internships are now accepted as an essential first step into the job market. Graduates often do two or three internships, the majority are unpaid with no job on the cards when they end. Is working for nothing for six months an elitist opportunity for rich kids whose parents can fund them? Are companies abusing free labour? Should internships be regulated or should young people just wise up about what’s on offer? WORLDbytes reporters check out the view on the streets of East London.

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            • The Price of Immigration

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              from Bread for the World / Added

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              Jose likes soccer. He likes his car. And he loves his family, which is why he left Mexico for the United States when he was 17, started working, and now sends about 20 percent of his pay to support them in Mexico. Like many of the 11 million undocumented immigrants in the United States, Jose came here for opportunities that don't exist at home. “We’re not criminals,” said Jose, which is not his real name. “We just come here to seek a better life.” Indeed, economic necessity is the reason people risk their lives to work in the United States. And contrary to rhetoric that immigrants steal American jobs and drive down wages, research shows that immigrant labor is a necessity to the U.S. economy: - The Arizona economy would shrink by $48.8 billion, or 20 percent, if all undocumented workers left the state (Immigration Policy Center, March 2011) - Immigration improves employment, productivity and income but needs adjustments that respond to the economic cycle (Migration Policy Institute, June 2010) - Hispanic immigrants contributed $9.2 billion to the North Carolina economy in 2006 and created 89,000 spinoff jobs (UNC-Chapel Hill's Kenan Flagler Business School, Jan. 2006) ++++++++++ Photography and Videography: Laura Elizabeth Pohl Multimedia Production and Additional Video: Brad Horn Additional Audio: Molly Marsh Interviews and Translation: Ivone Guillen Graphics: Hilary Kay Doran Music: Scabeater, Giorgio Boffa, Sambodhi Prem

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              • When You Grow Up

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                from Ashlee Sellen / Added

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                The people of Perth tell us what they want to be when they grow up, in exchange for bubbles.

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                • Daily Work

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                  from Bryan / Added

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                  a video explaining the mission and ministry of Daily Work, an employment-issues-based non profit in St. Paul, Minnesota. It helps people with barriers to employment, and much of the clientèle includes people in the immigrant and refugee community in the Twin Cities. This is one of the nonprofits I worked at last year, and near the end of the year, the fantastic Executive Director and I decided to interview some clients and put together a video to show potential funders and foundations.

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                  • The Disability Employment Brokerage Program - A brief look at the pilot undertaken by North Coast TAFE.

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                    from North Coast TAFE Lismore Campus / Added

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                    Over the past ten months, North Coast TAFE has partnered with several Disability Employment Services in running a pilot Disability Employment Brokerage Program. This video is a snapshot of that project and what it has achieved.

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                    • Interns Anonymous

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                      from worldwrite / Added

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                      The founders of Interns Anonymous explain why they set up their campaign and website. They spill the beans on the largest survey ever done with interns and challenge the idea that a whole generation should put up with working for free. As Rosy Rickett put it “internships don’t get you jobs, jobs get you jobs.”

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