1. This is Daniel Cook: Visiting a Doctor

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    This Marblemedia and Sinking Ship Production is an episode from the 2004 live-action television Canada Series about young boy explores his world and shares his new experiences with viewers. In this episode, Daniel visits a doctor who, in a kind and child-friendly way, explains how and why he is being examined. Daniel is afraid of getting an injection but the doctor is honest and calm. Good portrayal of a child’s natural fears, curiosity and how health workers can educate children, support their coping skills and keep them healthy.

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    • Alert 2011 : Women for Transformation

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      In her recorded video message from Strasbourg, MEP Dr. Franziska Brantner endorsed her full support for the Alert 2011 Campaign and stated her appreciation for Gender Concerns International’s efforts to follow up on the ‘Women for Transformation’ hearing held at the European Parliament on February 16th, 2011. In identifying support mechanisms for women’s political participation, Dr. Brantner informed the meeting that European Parliamentarians have contacted Ms. Catherine Ashton on a number of issues including resource allocation to women’s organizations. Referring to Gender Budgeting of EU-Aid to North Africa, MEPs have raised the issue as to how much money actually ends up with women and to what extent the EU finances training for women. Further, several MEPs insisted that any EU delegation to these countries must meet with women's rights activists.

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      • Equality (2011)

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        When will we know when women and men are equal? Weareequals.com question. Tole-rant. Directed/Written/Edited: Samya Amorim www.samyaamorim.com facebook.com/amorimsamya

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        • BACK UP! teaser #2

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          from Nijla Mumin / Added

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          Is it really about the way women dress? The goal of BACK UP! is to put a face on street harassment and to give a voice to those women who feel silenced by it. We want to highlight experiences that are unique as well as terrifying, physical as well as psychological; ones that many women encounter everyday and that reverberate across race, class, and cultural lines. We want to make you think, make you laugh and cry, make you mad enough to want to end street harassment it. Now!

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          • Women of the World - Outreach International

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            Through the work of Outreach International, women become empowered to stand up and speak up--making them key to the development of their entire community. Read more at http://www.outreach-international.org.

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            • Women Leadership & Economic Empowerment Project (Women-LEEP)

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              from Oghenefego Isikwenu / Added

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              This initiative is aimed at empowering young women with skills for survival and a healthy life. The project entails a 3 months training on life building skills, leadership and human rights and one month of vocational skills training. This initiative was designed by Isikwenu Oghenefego and is currently implemented in Delta State by Inspiro Communications & Media. he Women-LEEP project combines training, mentoring and vocational skills acquisition, which is not characteristic of other projects. Most projects just conduct a one-off training, maybe for a few days and present certificates without further contact with beneficiaries. In the case of Women-LEEP, we have a 3 months training curriculum with a mentoring angle to it, so we are able to build a relationship and rapport with beneficiaries which yields greater impact. In some cases, other programs just organize skills acquisition training without equipping participants with other life skills for survival and self confidence building in the society; but Women-LEEP gives a total package. Another outstanding innovation of the Women-LEEP initiative is the opportunity for beneficiaries to become facilitators and mentors to others who come into the project newly. Community facilitators are also peers with beneficaries, which promotes peer-to-peer learning

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              • Video on Gender Justice - Part 2 only

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                from Oxfam GB Women's Livelihoods / Added

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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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                • Video on Gender Justice - Parts 1 and 2

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                  from Oxfam GB Women's Livelihoods / Added

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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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                  • Addis Birhan ("New Light")

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                    Addis Birhan is a program that brings together mentors and husbands in Ethiopia to promote gender-equitable relationships and reduce HIV risk. Learn more: www.popcouncil.org/addisbirhan

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                    • Woman with Vision: The Earth Charter Initiative

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                      An interview with Mirian Vilela, Executive Director of Earth Charter International.

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