1. Shahe, She Said

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    On the outskirts of Beijing there is a place called Shahe. A huge district totally demolished, it is perhaps a post-apocalyptic vision of the future?

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    • De Andada [Moving]. Trailer

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      In the city of Recife, Brazil, thousands of families have been evicted from slums on river banks where they had lived for decades. The film portrays the different experiences of four families as they are adapting to their new house and life outside the slum.

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      • Cambodia is Not for Sale

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        A video history of the struggle of the Cambodian people to protect their land, this video was inspired by the death of Chut Vuthy in April 2012. Murdered while trying to stem the flow of natural resources from Cambodia, his death was a rallying cry to all Cambodians: fight for your rights, do not be intimidated, and do not let your voice be silenced. In September, Yorm Bopha, who is featured in this film, was summarily arrested and held without bail on charges of 'disrupting the public order'. She remains incarcerated today; please join the ongoing campaign to fight for her freedom: http://freethe15.wordpress.com

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        • Film Portrait of Luon Sovath - Martin Ennals Award Laureate 2012

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          • Illegal demolition in Baljeet Nagar

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            Since the late 1980s the Government of Delhi has initiated a surge of demolitions and forced evictions under the justification of “slum up-gradation” and “city beautification.” However, this crusade is taking place at an alarmingly high cost to Delhi’s residents; thousands of whom have lost their houses and property and been rendered homeless. These losses are a result of massive eviction drives central to the Delhi Government’s aspiration to develop a “world class city”; a city which sadly has no place for the urban poor. For example, in the run up to the 2010 Commonwealth Games, the Government displaced over 200,000 persons by demolishing entire settlements, clearing out large areas, and deporting slum dwellers and homeless citizens away from the city centre and thus from the sight of international media and foreign visitors. Meanwhile resettlement colonies, when and if provided, boast grossly inadequate conditions with no sewage systems, electricity, or garbage collection and located unrealistic distances from public services such as hospitals and schools. Factors such as residents’ access to health facilities, schools, public transport and workplace are patently disregarded. Despite existing policies and regulations, coupled with strong domestic jurisprudence and international law obligations, most evictions take place illegally and rights of the poor are trampled on.

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            • Oudong - DPii Students and Resident

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              Our team went along with Cambodian Diamond Program II students as they interviewed residents of Oudong Village - a resettlement camp 38 Km north of Phnom Penh. The people of Oudong were forcibly / violently moved from their homes in Phnom Penh at 6 am. They were moved again less than a year later to their new location. In early 2012, a team of Bel Pres leaders and young adults spent 12 days in Cambodia and visited two resettlement villages as part of their trip.

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              • Oudong - Tyler and Sam

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                After visiting with resident of Oudong Village - a resettlement camp 38 Km north of Phnom Penh - Tyler and Sam share their impressions. The people of Oudong who were forcibly / violently moved from their homes in Phnom Penh at 6 am in 2009. They were moved again less than a year later to their new location. In early 2012, a team of Bel Pres leaders and young adults spent 12 days in Cambodia and visited two resettlement villages as part of their trip.

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                • Oudong - Maggie and Jen

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                  Jen and Maggie share some of what they heard from visiting with resident of Oudong Village - a resettlement camp 38 Km north of Phnom Penh. The people of Oudong were forcibly / violently moved from their homes in Phnom Penh at 6 am. They were moved again less than a year later to their new location. In early 2012, a team of Bel Pres leaders and young adults spent 12 days in Cambodia and visited two resettlement villages as part of their trip.

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                  • Oudong - Jade with Kevin

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                    Aftervisiting with resident of Oudong Village - a resettlement camp 38 Km north of Phnom Penh - Jade interviews Kevin. He and his wife live and work among the people of Oudong who were forcibly / violently moved from their homes in Phnom Penh at 6 am about 2 years ago. They were moved again less than a year later to their new location. In early 2012, a team of Bel Pres leaders and young adults spent 12 days in Cambodia and visited two resettlement villages as part of their trip.

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                    • Jen Shares at Oudong Resettlement Village

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                      Jen shares some of what she heard from visiting with resident of Oudong Village - a resettlement camp 38 Km north of Phnom Penh. The people of Oudong were forcibly / violently moved from their homes in Phnom Penh at 6 am. They were moved again less than a year later to their new location. In early 2012, a team of Bel Pres leaders and young adults spent 12 days in Cambodia and visited two resettlement villages as part of their trip.

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