1. Vandana Shiva "Rights of Nature" at Navdanya Farm (Global Exchange)

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    Dr. Vandana Shiva addressed a Global Exchange delegation during the middle part of our visit to India in early November, 2013. We had come from Delhi and were happy to settle into the sanctuary of Navdanya Farm (http://www.navdanya.org) near Dehra Dun, where the plains meet the foothills of the Himalayas. This was part of the "Rights of Nature" Reality Tour organized by Shannon Biggs through the auspices of Global Exchange (http://www.globalexchange.org).

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    • European Summer

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      Split, Plitvice, Rome, The Vatican, Florence, Cinque Terre, Venice, Athens, Santorini, Barcelona, Sitges, Lisbon, Sintra, Seville, Cordoba, Ronda, Malaga, Nice, Monaco, Marseille, Cassis

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      • 2014 - Global Exchange

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        Global Exchange is an international human rights organization dedicated to promoting social, economic and environmental justice since 1988. We are a 501 c3 registered non-profit. We’re changing the rules across the globe from a profit-centered global economy to thriving people-centered local economies; from the politics of greed to a living democracy that respects the rights of workers and nature; and from currency to community. Our holistic approach reaches thousands of members and supporters, through educating the U.S. public about root causes of injustice and the impacts of U.S. government policies and corporate practices. We inspire change by building people-to-people ties, engaging grassroots education for action and linking social and environmental movements. Global Exchange was founded over 25 years ago to promote human rights, justice and sustainability around the world. We envisioned building a robust U.S. movement capable of creating change from the grassroots, powered by people-to-people ties. To change the world, we started making change at home. Over the last 25-years, we have won victories big and small on behalf of workers, small farmers, the environment and vulnerable communities around the world. We helped build a thriving Fair Trade movement. We championed campaigns to stop and end wars, challenge corporate power and bring attention to the exploitation of the current global economy. We monitored elections in Colombia, Mexico, and in the U.S. We built the largest sustainability event (Green Festival) in the country from the ground up and trained young adults in green careers. We have organized social conscious travel around the globe on our Reality Tours. And we are still going strong! Learn more and join us at www.globalexchange.org

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        • Global Exchange 2014 Human Rights Awards

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          In May 2014, international human rights organization, Global Exchange presented three Human Rights Awards and the annual dinner. The People's Choice Award: The Cuban Five, Cuban intelligence agents arrested in the United States while infiltrating anti-Castro organizations openly plotting attacks against the Cuban people. Their trial, conviction, and subsequent treatment is best understood as a microcosm of U.S.-Cuba relations – and has been widely criticized. They were selected to receive the People's Choice Award through the annual online competition. This Award is the first they have received in the United States. International Human Rights Award: María Estela Barco Huerta is a prominent anti-GMO activist who has played a leading role in organizing Agro-Ecology Learning Exchanges in Chiapas, Mexico. Ms. Barco works diligently to safeguard the way of life and livelihoods of indigenous people, as well as create a working alternative to industrial agriculture. DESMI is a strong partner of IDEX - International Development Exchange - based in San Francisco and an ally of Global Exchange. Domestic Human Rights Award: The Award was presented by Walter Turner, of Global Exchange and accepted by Charlie Cobb, Freedom Schools visionary and Phillip Agnew from the Dream Defenders. Bernice Johnston Reagon, founder of Freedom Singers and cultural historian, was unable to attend but sent these words, which can be read here: globalexchange.org/blogs/peopletopeople/2014/05/13/remarks-by-bernice-johnson-reagon-on-the-occasion-of-receiving-the-domestic-human-rights-award/. Both Charlie and Phillip channeled the power of history in honoring the struggle for civil rights and demanded that while we commemorate this history, we must recognize that there is still work to be done. More about the Human Rights Awards is here: humanrightsaward.org/ To see the Cuban Five acceptance speech, click here: vimeo.com/95190109 To see María's speech, click here: vimeo.com/95203072 To see Charlie's speech, click here: vimeo.com/95206927 To see Phillip's speech, click here: vimeo.com/95214256 Join Global Exchange! We could not do the work we do without your help. Learn more here: globalexchange.org/

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          • Phillip Agnew - 2014 Domestic Human Rights Award (Freedom Schools)

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            In May 2014, international human rights organization, Global Exchange presented the Freedom Schools with the Domestic Human Rights Award at the 12th Annual Human Rights Awards. The Award was presented by Walter Turner, of Global Exchange and accepted by Charlie Cobb, Freedom Schools visionary and Phillip Agnew from the Dream Defenders. Bernice Johnston Reagon, founder of Freedom Singers and cultural historian, was unable to attend but sent these words, which can be read here: globalexchange.org/blogs/peopletopeople/2014/05/13/remarks-by-bernice-johnson-reagon-on-the-occasion-of-receiving-the-domestic-human-rights-award/ Also honored that evening were the Cuban Five with the People's Choice Award, the first Award they have received in the United States. María Estela Barco Huerta, from Chiapas, Mexico with the International Human Rights Award for her work to protect food sovereignty and the Freedom Schools. More about the Human Rights Awards is here: humanrightsaward.org/ To see the Cuban Five acceptance speech, click here: vimeo.com/95190109 To see María's speech, click here: vimeo.com/95203072 To see Charlie's speech, click here: https://vimeo.com/95206927 Join Global Exchange! We could not do the work we do without your help. Learn more here: globalexchange.org/

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            • Charlie Cobb - 2014 Domestic Human Rights Award (Freedom Schools)

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              In May 2014, international human rights organization, Global Exchange presented the Freedom Schools with the Domestic Human Rights Award at the 12th Annual Human Rights Awards. The Award was presented by Walter Turner, of Global Exchange and accepted by Charlie Cobb, Freedom Schools visionary and Phillip Agnew from the Dream Defenders. Bernice Johnston Reagon, founder of Freedom Singers and cultural historian, was unable to attend but sent these words, which can be read here: http://www.globalexchange.org/blogs/peopletopeople/2014/05/13/remarks-by-bernice-johnson-reagon-on-the-occasion-of-receiving-the-domestic-human-rights-award/ Also honored that evening were the Cuban Five with the People's Choice Award, the first Award they have received in the United States. María Estela Barco Huerta, from Chiapas, Mexico with the International Human Rights Award for her work to protect food sovereignty and the Freedom Schools. More about the Human Rights Awards is here: http://humanrightsaward.org/ To see the Cuban Five acceptance speech, click here: https://vimeo.com/95190109 To see María's speech, click here: https://vimeo.com/95203072 To see Phillip's speech, click here: https://vimeo.com/95214256 Join Global Exchange! We could not do the work we do without your help. Learn more here: http://www.globalexchange.org/

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              • María Estela Barco Huerta - 2014 International Human Rights Award

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                In May 2014, international human rights organization, Global Exchange presented María Estela Barco Huerta with the International Human Rights Award at the 12th Annual Human Rights Awards. The Award was presented by Carleen Pickard, of Global Exchange. María Estela Barco Huerta is a prominent anti-GMO activist who has played a leading role in organizing Agro-Ecology Learning Exchanges in Chiapas, Mexico. Ms. Barco works diligently to safeguard the way of life and livelihoods of indigenous people, as well as create a working alternative to industrial agriculture. DESMI is a strong partner of IDEX - International Development Exchange - based in San Francisco and an ally of Global Exchange. Also honored that evening were the Cuban Five with the People's Choice Award, the first Award they have received in the United States. Charlie Cobb and Phillip Agnew accepted the Domestic Human Rights Award for the Freedom Schools. More about the Human Rights Awards is here: http://humanrightsaward.org/ To see the Cuban Five acceptance speech, click here: https://vimeo.com/95190109 To see Charlie's speech, click here: https://vimeo.com/95206927 To see Phillip's speech, click here: https://vimeo.com/95214256 Join Global Exchange! We could not do the work we do without your help. Learn more here: http://www.globalexchange.org/

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                • The Cuban Five - 2014 People's Choice Award

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                  In May 2014, international human rights organization, Global Exchange presented the Cuban Five with the People's Choice Award at the 12th Annual Human Rights Awards. The Award was presented by Ted Lewis, of Global Exchange and accepted on behalf of the Cuban Five by Maria Eugenia Guerrero, sister of Antonio Guerrero, one of the Cuban Five. The Cuban Five, Cuban intelligence agents arrested in the United States while infiltrating anti-Castro organizations openly plotting attacks against the Cuban people. Their trial, conviction, and subsequent treatment is best understood as a microcosm of U.S.-Cuba relations – and has been widely criticized. They were selected to receive the People's Choice Award through the annual online competition. This Award is the first they have received in the United States. Also honored that evening were María Estela Barco Huerta, from Chiapas, Mexico with the International Human Rights Award for her work to protect food sovereignty. Charlie Cobb and Phillip Agnew accepted the Domestic Human Rights Award for the Freedom Schools. More about the Human Rights Awards is here: http://humanrightsaward.org/ To see María's speech, click here: https://vimeo.com/95203072 To see Charlie's speech, click here: https://vimeo.com/95206927 To see Phillip's speech, click here: https://vimeo.com/95214256 Join Global Exchange! We could not do the work we do without your help. Learn more here: http://www.globalexchange.org/

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                  • Pair 8 Lesson Exchange (Classroom Identity Poem) Week 6,Islamabad Hub.mp4

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                    PAs : Aisha,Azfar,Haider & Shafaq Lesson Exchange : Classroom Identity Poem

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                    • 12•12•12 "It's A Small World" sung by Kindergarten Class

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                      On 12•12•12 in West Tisbury School Kindergarteners sang "It's A Small World" in English and in Korean, Kelly Beker's students sing it in Korean.

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