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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    • Sustainable Change - Outreach International


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      Outreach International believes the answer to bringing about an end to poverty is to create self-sufficiency--for people living in poverty to share ideas, so that when they look for solutions, they will see themselves. Sustainable solutions may begin with gifts from others. But they grow and thrive on the resources people discover in themselves. Outreach International is the catalyst that helps turn gifts into sustainable solutions. Read more at http://www.outreach-international.org.

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      • DAY IN A LIFE: Chinese engineer defies gender stereotypes


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        Jia Ni is one of the few female students studying electrical engineering at a university in Scotland, where she is defying gender stereotypes both at school and in her native China. “The situation is getting better for women, but we still need time and greater determination among women to make things even better,” she says in this intimate portrayal of her daily life by Shanshan Chen. “It will be tough, for me too. As long as you don’t give up your ultimate goal, no matter how turbulent the journey is, you will always know where you are heading.“ Filming & editing: Shanshan Chen Map & design: Ye Li Creative direction: Claudine Boeglin Special thanks to: Heriot-Watt University Caroline M L Dempster Dr. Bo Dai Elizabeth Lee David Watson Aitken J. Ross Xin Jiang MORE ON: trust.org In the same serial - Manju, Coolie No. 15 - Jaipur Junction's lady porter https://vimeo.com/66072825/

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        • WYSK Profile: Jessica Greer Morris


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          Meet the remarkable Jessica Greer Morris (MPH), one of Newsweek's 2012 "150 Fearless Women Who Shake The World" and Executive Director of Girl Be Heard (formerly known as Project Girl Performance Collective), an incredible organization that creates a safe space for girls to write and perform their own work and empowers them to become brave, confident, socially conscious leaders. The published playwright, human rights activist, mother of twin boys, public health advocate and champion for women and girls all over the world, is fostering a brave new generation through her work. This is Jessica's inspiring story.

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          • Fulton County Public Works Gender Equity Initiative


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            Fulton County Public Works Gender Equity promotional video

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            • ENGAGE


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              What Does it Mean to Engage? A powerful, 5-minute film shot at the 2012 Just Giving Conference in Berkeley, CA.

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              • Women in India: Our Journey


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                TBB 2009-10 students Marianna Brady and Genevieve Moss-Hawkins created this video recently to explore the experiences of women in rural India. Among other things, they found that their own assumptions about personal freedom and community culture may not apply to everyone.

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                • 1,2,3,4. Myanmar


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                  Animated television spot, 2006, produced for UNICEF/ Myanmar Story of young girl walking to local market, singing, counting and naming animals, fruits and vegetables, encouraged and praised by nurturing father. Repetitive format, catchy song, simple innovative animation, model of child-friendly learning and developmentally-appropriate communication.

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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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