1. OLD VERSION - A Way to Justice: SEE NEWER VERSION ABOVE

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    • Video on Gender Justice - Parts 1 and 2

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      Ines Smyth (Sr. Gender Adviser) and Thalia Kidder (Sr. Adviser on Women's Livelihoods) talk about what gender justice means, and how Oxfam's work, particularly in livelihoods, can help to deliver gender justice. The video consists of 2 parts, separated into the following modules: Part 1 1) Introduction 2) Women’s rights in all parts of life… “the women’s empowerment pie!” and many inequalities 3) Many useful terms 4) What does Gender Equality look like? 5) Story of Mariana – Gender Equality in all dimensions of life 6) Gender inequality and its negative implications for society and the economy 7) Gender equality and its positive implications for society and the economy - ‘Women’s Rights’ and ‘Instrumental’ arguments for women’s empowerment Part 2 8) How does change happen for gender equality? - Different entry points 9) Strategies for change in livelihoods – common errors and good practices 10) Summary Presentation slides and questions for self-reflection have been made available on Grow. Sell. Thrive., Oxfam's online community on promoting women's economic leadership in agricultural markets. Visit growsellthrive.org/​page/​video-on-gender-justice to access these additional resources.

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      • Sundance Sample: Nothing Without Us: The Women Who Will End AIDS

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        The following sample is in two parts: First 35 minutes of character selects which represent the pacing and visual style of the final film. Second an 8 minute history section that we cut early on in the film’s development that includes the content of the final film but will be significantly reworked once we develop Katrina Haslip as a full character. This 110 film in progress documents the untold stories of women with HIV working to end AIDS in the U.S. and Africa, where the crisis is far from over. We follow three generations as they transform into powerful grassroots organizers, healthcare professionals, and community leaders whose contribution to AIDS Activism, HIV prevention and access to treatment have been essential to slowing the epidemic yet have been un-reported, un-acknowledged for almost forty years.

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        • Nothing Without Us: The Women who will End AIDS, Selects

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          35 minutes of character selects from this 110 film in progress that documents the untold stories of women with HIV working to end AIDS in the U.S. and Africa, where the crisis is far from over. We follow three generations as they transform into powerful grassroots organizers, healthcare professionals, and community leaders whose contribution to AIDS Activism, HIV prevention and access to treatment have been essential to slowing the epidemic yet have been un-reported, un-acknowledged for almost forty years.

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          • Jessica Horn, lead author of the BRIDGE Cutting Edge Pack on gender and social movements, presents some of the main findings

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            Speaking at an IDS seminar in November 2013, gender and social movements lead author Jessica Horn outlines some of the key findings in the report.

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            • Feto iha Otel Flamboyan (Women at the Flamboyan Hotel)

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              When Indonesia occupied East Timor from 1975 to 1999, many East Timorese women experiencing violence. The Commission for Reception, Truth and Reconciliation (CAVR) reported more than 800 cases of violence against women occurred during the occupation. Maria Fatima, became one of the thousand victims of violence. Since 1978 he was detained and tortured by Indonesian soldiers in Flamboyan Hotel. This film is the story of Maria Fatima today, which are still suffered violations while Timor-Leste has been independent for more than decade.

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              • Video on Gender Justice - Part 1 only

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                Ines Smyth (Sr. Gender Adviser) and Thalia Kidder (Sr. Adviser on Women's Livelihoods) talk about what gender justice means, and how Oxfam's work, particularly in livelihoods, can help to deliver gender justice. This is part 1 only, which consists of the following modules: 1) Introduction 2) Women’s rights in all parts of life… “the women’s empowerment pie!” and many inequalities 3) Many useful terms 4) What does Gender Equality look like? 5) Story of Mariana – Gender Equality in all dimensions of life 6) Negative implications of Gender Inequality on society and the economy 7) Positive implications of Gender Equality on society and the economy (including a discussion of 'Rights' and 'Instrumental' arguments for Gender Equality) To view Part 2 of the video, click here: http://vimeo.com/18995224 To view the full video (parts 1 and 2), click here: http://vimeo.com/18774526 Presentation slides and questions for self-reflection have been made available on Grow. Sell. Thrive., Oxfam's online community on promoting women's economic leadership in agricultural markets. Visit growsellthrive.org/​page/​video-on-gender-justice to access these additional resources.

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                • Video on Gender Justice - Part 2 only

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                  Ines Smyth (Sr. Gender Adviser) and Thalia Kidder (Sr. Adviser on Women's Livelihoods) talk about what gender justice means, and how Oxfam's work, particularly in livelihoods, can help to deliver gender justice. This is Part 2 of the video which focuses on how our work can contribute to advancements in gender equality in the countries where we work. Part 2 consists of the following modules: 1) How does change happen for gender equality? - Different entry points 2) Strategies for change in livelihoods – common errors and good practices 3) Summary of entire presentation (Parts 1 and 2) To view Part 1, which focuses on what we mean by gender justice, click here: http://vimeo.com/18923045 To view the whole video (Parts 1 AND 2), click here: http://vimeo.com/18774526 Presentation slides and questions for self-reflection have been made available on Grow. Sell. Thrive., Oxfam's online community on promoting women's economic leadership in agricultural markets. Visit growsellthrive.org/​page/​video-on-gender-justice to access these additional resources.

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                  • Balanced trees bear richer fruit

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                    Filmed in the Rwenzori mountains of Uganda with the coffee farmers from the local cooperatives and organisations Bukonzo Joint and Green Home working in partnership with Oxfam Novib. Women's empowerment through adding value to the coffee chain production. Filmed and directed by Dominique Chadwick

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                    • MenEngage Africa Symposium 2009 - short film

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                      Highlights from the 5-day MenEngage Alliance Africa Symposium in Johannesburg 2009, the largest gathering of organizations, individuals and institutions involved in the work of engaging men for women's rights and gender transformation in Africa. The 14-min film was produced by Sonke Media and created by William Nessen with Dean Peacock and Tim Shand For a longer film about the origins of MenEngage and the making and work of its activists, both men and women: see A Way to Justice: Engaging Men for Women's Rights and Gender Transformation at vimeo.com/26553725 For more information: www.menengage.org and www.genderjustice.org.za

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