1. Exodus

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    from Panos Pictures Added 9,096 45 4

    Stills based short film by Chris de Bode. Editing by Panos Pictures. Music : Rebel Music http://www.rebelmusic.eu/ Please credit Chris de Bode/Panos Pictures To see more of Panos Pictures work go to www.panos.co.uk

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    • overcoming all challenges by Salman Ahmad

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      from Adnan Maqbool Added 5,159 4 1

      End Polio Now. Awareness video. directed by adnan maqbool

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      • SOMALIA - DJIBOUTI TROOPS

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        from AMISOM Public Information Added 4,906 1 2

        STORY: SOMALIA - DJIBOUTI TROOPS TRT: 4:37 SOURCE: AU/UN IST
 RESTRICTIONS: This media asset is free for editorial broadcast, print, online and radio use. It is not to be sold on and is restricted for other purposes. All enquiries to news@auunist.org CREDIT REQUIRED: AU/UN IST LANGUAGE: SOMALI /NATS
 DATELINE: FEBRUARY 21, 2013 SHOTLIST: 1. 
Wide of IDP camp and AMISOM vehicles 2. Medium shot of soldier standing guard 3. Medium shot of makeshift houses in IDP camp 4. Wide shot of IDP camp 5. Soldier watching over camp from top of vehicle 6. Medium of women and children gathered in the IDP camp 7. Closeup of soldier’s boots 8. Wide of AMISOM soldiers walking past vegetables that are being sold 9. Soundbite (Somali) Arda Ahmed Hirsi, Internally Displaced Person: “The international community and our Somali brothers and sisters should do whatever they can to help us. We’ve got lots of problems here, for example we need water and shelter, let them come and give whatever they can.” 10. Wide of traders and animals in livestock market 11. Medium of livestock traders 12. Medium of a herd of goats 13. Medium of donkey walking past 14. Closeup of livestock trader’s face 15. Medium of traders driving away goats 16. Medium of a herd of goats 17. Soundbite (Somali) Adawe Elmi Nur, Deputy Governor, Hiiran: “We have good security now. If security was bad, there would have been no one here. If it wasn’t safe, this market would not be bustling the way it is now.” 18. Wide of humvee driving down Beletweyne’s main street 19. Wide of AMISOM soldiers patrolling the street 20. Medium of children watching the soldiers 21. Closeup of female AMISOM soldier’s face 22. Wide of women walking past female soldier 23. Closeup of Djibouti patch on AMISOM soldier’s uniform 24. Wide of soldier on guard in street 25. Closeup of bees crawling on watermelon 26. Wide of watermelon trader/AMISOM soldiers/pedestrians 27. Closeup of watermelon trader’s face 28. Medium of watermelon trader attending to a customer 29. Medium of AMISOM soldier on guard 30. Medium of African Union and Djibouti flags 31. Wide of AMISOM camp 32. Closeup on face of Col. Osman Dubad, the Djibouti Contingent Commander 33. Medium of Dubad and other officers checking text messages on their phones 34. Soundbite (Somali) Col. Osman Dubad, Djibouti Contingent Commander “As AMISOM, we appealed to the local population to place their trust in us. They did, and it has made our job easier and helped us to interact well with the communities here which is very important and we’ve managed to integrate really well with all levels of society.” 35. Wide of Somali National Army (SNA) soldiers marching 36. Closeup of SNA soldier’s face 37. Wide of soldiers standing at attention 38. Closeup of soldier’s boots 39. Wide of soldiers standing at attention 40. Closeup of soldier’s face 41. Wide of soldiers running towards vehicles 42. Closeup of gun’s muzzle 43. Closeup of soldier’s hand on gunsight 44. Medium of soldiers manning gun mounted on vehicle 45. Wide of SNA soldiers manning technicals 46. Wide of sun setting over Beletweyne 47. Medium of AMISOM soldier kneeling during evening prayers 48. Wide of AMISOM soldiers praying in tent 49. Medium of soldier raising his hands while praying 50. Wide of tent where AMISOM soldiers are praying 51. Wide of soldiers praying inside tent 52. Medium of sun setting behind a hill SCRIPT: http://bit.ly/YQCK4V FOR PHOTOS: http://on.fb.me/11YYr9h

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        • Give Us Your Name

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          from Give Us Names Added 4,036 17 0

          This video introduces our summer-long recurring donation program that will help fund the first short documentary of Give Us Names. Sign up now. Invest less than $4 a week over the next four months, so that we can tell the story of the nearly 4 million displaced people in Colombia. Add your name to the story. Visit donate.giveusnames.com for more details.

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          • Prayer of Peace - Relief & Resistance in Burma's War Zones [English subtitles]

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            from Matt Blauer Added 3,790 16 3

            Prayer of Peace - Relief & Resistance in Burma's War Zones, is a 30-minute documentary filmed on the front line of conflict deep inside Burma. The documentary follows ethnic relief workers as they aid internally displaced people suffering under the Burma Army. Focusing on a female medic and a pastor/human rights cameraman, the film reveals a people that have maintained their dignity and hope for peace despite the odds. Filmed on relief missions with the Free Burma Rangers. Produced by Matt Blauer. Links: http://freeburmarangers.org http://prayerofpeacefilm.blogspot.com http://http://frontfilms.com

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            • "Another War" - A documentary film about sexual gender based violence by NRC Liberia

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              from Norwegian Refugee Council Added 1,964 2 1

              Produced in Liberia, "Another War" examines the critical issues around sexual gender based violence. The compelling film brings you the voices of rape survivors, frontline health workers, emerging women activists, Liberia’s Chief Prosecutor for sexual assault crimes, the Minister of Justice, and the Gender Ministry’s GBV Unit. "Another War" follows 20 year old Liberian university student Kula Fofana on her journey as she seeks to understand the realities of life for those that have survived physical and sexual violence in Liberia and try’s to understand the beliefs and causes surrounding sexual violence.

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              • Reham Khan's Pashto interview during visiting IDPs in Bannu

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                from Tribal Post Added

                Wife of the PTI chief Imran Khan, was visiting IDPs in Bannu. She talked in Pashto. The detailed story is here via http://tribalpost.pk/video/324

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                • Displaced Karen Student Gather for Friendship

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                  from Karen News Added 1,419 0 0

                  Following more than six decades of civil war in Burma, there are estimated as many as 400,000 internally displaced persons (IDPs) currently in the country’s southeast regions including Karen State. The majority of displaced communities have little access to education. Yet, the 2012 ceasefire between ethnic Karen armed groups and the Burma Army has allowed the Karen Internally Displaced School's Fellowship to organise activities more freely between students from government-run schools and those in the areas under control of the Karen National Union, who would otherwise have never met each other and work under different education systems. The 13th Fellowship was held from the 19th to 21thNovember 2014 in Si Poe Kee village,Takreh Township in Hpa-An District, Karen State.

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                  • Jesuit Refugee Service – Asia Pacific

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                    from Jesuit Refugee Service | USA Added 1,393 0 0

                    Fr. Bernard Arputhasamy, S.J., Regional Director of Jesuit Refugee Service – Asia Pacific, discusses the role of accompaniment in JRS. Refugees notice how the mission to accompany is the basis for the work JRS does around the world. Refugees and others not how that aspect of JRS sets JRS apart from other relief organizations. "JRS is here to stay; we know we can count on them." "Our close and direct contact with people, our presence with them ... lets us understand their real needs," says Fr. Arputhasamy. To accompany is a practical and effective action. Not infrequently it is precisely the way in which protection is given. It is a way to ‘internationalize’ a situation. The presence of an international team can sometimes prevent an attack on refugees. Moreover, presence can be a sign. That a free person chooses willingly and faithfully to accompany those who are not free, who had no choice about being there, is itself a sign, a way of eliciting hope. Our accompaniment affirms that God is present in human history, even in its most tragic episodes. We experience this presence. God does not abandon us. As pastoral workers, we focus on this vision, and are not side-tracked by political maneuverings and ethnic divisions, whether they are among the refugees or among the agencies and governments who decide their fate.

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                    • Dilrukshi Handunnetti

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                      from Young Asia Television Added

                      On this program Sanjana Hattotuwa talks to Dilrukshi Handunnetti, Senior Deputy Editor, Ceylon Today. (Date of first Broadcast February 23, 2013) The series that gives you insights on Peace and Politics; Business and Development; Society and the Environment; Culture and the Arts.

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