1. CEESA student video about the course

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    Bridie Costello, Keith Wallace and Alice McDonnell made this video about the MA in Community Education, Equality and Social Activism for the 16th international Manchester conference on "Alternative Futures and Popular Protest" (April 2011). More details about the course on http://ma-ceesa.blogspot.com

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    • Diversity's Symphony

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      from Emanate Media, Samson Varughese / Added

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      "Diversity's Symphony" Poem by David Bowden davidbowdenpoetry.com @davidbpoetry Video Directed and Edited by Samson Varughese (EMANATE MEDIA) emanatemedia.com @samsonvarughese Based on the Book, "Church Diversity," by Scott Williams churchdiversity.com @ScottWilliams

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      • Rev'ed Up Again

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        Pastor Katrina Foster and Pastor Gary C. LeCroy discuss current events.

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        • Energetica Implements Eurosolar Project in Rural Bolivia

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          sustainablebolivia.org, energetica.org.bo Energetica, the Bolivian renewable energy non-profit organization, has installed solar powered computing centers in 59 rural communities in Bolivia. Here in Quebrada Onda, a farming community on the side of a canyon, the children are again attending classes because they are excited to use the computers. adamspencerphotography.com

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          • How does Dejan Zafirov Get Enough?

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            This is footage from the documentary by Renato Giugliano entitled "A Great Macedonian." Edited and dubbed by Katie Bachmeyer. Interview footage by Dragana Savic. Music by Clap your Hands Say Yeah

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            • Whose social justice is it anyway?

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              Twenty years ago the UN published the hugely influential Human Development Report. Drawing on the work of Amartya Sen, it aimed at 'putting people back at the centre of the development process...going beyond income to assess the level of people's long-term well-being', something that has been carried forward in contemporary debate around social justice. But, should social justice be primarily about subjective well-being or should it be about material and political development? Speakers in this outstanding panel debate include Bruno Waterfield, Brussels correspondent at Daily Telegraph, Sabina Alkire, author and director at Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative; Ann Bernstein, executive director, Centre for Development Enterprise, South Africa; Anil Gupta, professor at the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad; Stewart Wallis, executive director, new economics foundation (nef).

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              • Prosperity without growth: a contradiction in terms

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                For two centuries, life expectancy has surged, the food supply has easily outstripped a rising population and science has advanced tremendously. But are the costs of growth beginning to outweigh the benefits? Critics point to rising inequality, and insist people are becoming no happier, while mental illness and obesity are rife. In this fascinating head-to-head, economics journalist and author Daniel Ben-Ami argues with professor of sustainable development, Tim Jackson against a culture of limits. To tackle poverty he explains, we need more growth not less. We are living longer, healthier and more fulfilling lives than ever before – including billions of people in the poorer countries and economic progress has provided huge benefits for humanity.

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                • America's Tomorrow Series Introduction

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                  The face of America is changing. By 2042, the nation will be a majority people of color. This decade, the majority of young people will be people of color. "America's Tomorrow: Equity in a Changing Nation" is a new multimedia series that will highlight the leaders and innovations that can make America's Tomorrow truly equitable.

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                  • UN Women: A new mandate for gender equality

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                    Michelle Bachelet launches UN Women in the UK and outlines the organisation's ambitious goals on gender equality and the empowerment of women.

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                    • Mayday For Marriage Self Righteous Jamboree May 24th 2011

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                      Anti same-sex marriage rally by the Mayday For Marriage crowd. My first time using any of this equipment or trying to make any kind of video. Sorry for the text color issue. I tried my best... As Max Blumenthal might say, "Feel The Hate." I'd put it more like "Feel the idio(theo)cracy." Enjoy...

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