1. Global Youth Leadership Collaborative


    from Shilpa Jain Added 107 0 0

    Images of the Global Youth Leadership Collaborative (GC) - see more at globalcollaborative.net

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    • A Wall of Cards


      from Bearing News Added 104 0 0

      When family, friends, coworkers and students found out about RBHS AP and honors chemistry teacher Gregory Kirchhofer's serious car accident, they flooded him with phone calls, visits, flowers and cards. His daughters hung the cards up on his living room wall. Many cards from this AP classes included chemistry jokes, one of which was, "Telling bad chemistry jokes... because all the good ones argon." Kirchhofer's chemistry prowess allowed him to guess the punchlines before the visitors could read the jokes aloud to him.

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      • De l'eau potable pour tous


        from World Vision Canada Youth Added 97 0 0

        French version of the video Safe Water for All.

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        • Holoscope for the Buckminster Fuller Challenge


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          Holoscope helps us see and correct the causes that underlie contemporary issues.

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          • Welcome to the World of Love! Intro~


            from World of Love Added 92 1 0

            World of Love is a new TV program that explores and inspires a deepest level of Love - a love for the self, for humanity, for animals, for our Earth and all of God's Creation. Intro - is a simple introduction to Eve and the program's upcoming topics, ideas and history behind the show. Hosted and produced by Eve Love Cher, this spiritually infused television series promises to deliver utmost honest no-nonsense practical advice, solutions and results to the most pressing problems humanity faces today. Focusing on youth programming World of Love strives to motivate today's youngsters to do good in the world (activism / volunteering), to exercise patience and compassion, and to become positive and strong members of society. Thank you for tuning in! Come back soon for further programming. ~ God Bless Us All ~

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            • Victoria Mamas - a short documentary


              from Abby Horton Added 89 0 0

              This short documentary follows three women and their families living in the small village of Shirati, Tanzania on the shores of Lake Victoria. The film captures the quiet and momentous strength that the women exude, despite their unforgiving environment, by taking an intimate look at the joys and hardships of daily life. directed, filmed & edited by Abigail Horton Total Running Time: 22 minutes 24 seconds Contact: Abigail Horton asbhorton@gmail.com 860-810-3493

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              • Pragati Nepal Trailer


                from Tim Bungum Added 86 3 0

                Human Trafficking is the fastest growing criminal industry in the world. This year, Extending the Link traveled to Nepal to investigate the causes behind trafficking in Nepal, as well as to highlight the effort of Nepali organizations trying to put an end to trafficking in heart of the Himalayas.

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                • The Gap Between Rich and Poor


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                  The Gap Between Rich and Poor

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                  • Bitter Globe


                    from Shimon Machida Added 74 0 0

                    5x5 film: five, five second clips. This video deals with the five major issues of the world. Global warming, economic downfall, segregation, animal extinction, and poverty. The first scene is water being excessively heated by a candle, this relates to global warming heating the world. The transition shows the picture "bursting" into another scene, relating the outcome of climate change. The second scene shows coffee beans getting poured into a cup, although it completely misses. This represents the economic downfall, and how money is falling, yet it is not collected at all. Therefore there is no sound of the coffee bean falling, instead you hear the sound of coins. The third scene deals with segregation. At first, there is a small amount of black coffee; when cream is poured in the glass, it dose not evenly mix and the cream over powers the black. This shows how people are not equally balanced in the field of power in society. Next the scene deals with animal extinction showing sugar in a shape of a leopard. More precisely, it the amur leopard (the most endangered species on earth). Each grain of sugar represents one animal, and the gathering represents a species. Then the sugar is blown away in a second, showing the speed and harsh truth of how fast these animals gets whipped out, leaving only a few. The last scene represents poverty and the difference of resources each country gets. The scene shows two glasses, placed on a map of earth. The smaller glass is placed on top of Africa receiving only drips of coffee. The large glass is placed on America which receives a mass amount compared to the other. The reason coffee was chosen as a metaphor for this film is because coffee, to many people is an "everyday thing". The global issue are also an "everyday thing" although not many people realize it.

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                    • 'Youth Expressions' - Global Education, Derby [2007]


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                      Exploration of the global issues facing young people. Da Vinci College students in Derby working with Film City in association with Global Education Derby and Heritage Lottery Fund. © Film City Productions.

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