1. Diamond Wahala - Dir. Desmond Finney/Supdee VOD

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    • "Plunder of the Oceans - The Rise of Pirate Fishing, Impacts and Solutions" EJF at The Frontline Club

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      Audio only: EJF's Ocean Campaigner Andy Hickman speaks at the Frontline Club on the 7th June. Short film screening of Deadly Catch, followed by a discussion with an expert panel and audience Q&A. Chaired by Tom Clarke, science correspondent Channel 4 News. Domitilla Senni, policy adviser to the Pew Environment Group since 2006. John Pearce is a Senior Consultant at MRAG Ltd. One of the single biggest factors in ocean degradation is overfishing. Fish stocks have declined dramatically, with as much as 90% of big fish gone in some parts of the global ocean. More than one billion people rely on fish as their main source of protein globally. As catches decline and quotas and rules are tightened in response, there has been a huge increase in illegal, unreported or unregulated (IUU) or “pirate” fishing. Pirate fishing is estimated to make up almost one-fifth of the global catch, and respects neither national boundaries nor international attempts to manage ocean resources. The recent seizure of £4 million worth of seafood in the Spanish port of Las Palmas, allegedly caught illegally in west African waters and headed for dinner tables in Europe, serves to highlight this growing criminal trade, which exploits lax regulations at ports and on the high seas, and often involves serious human rights infringements.

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      • Smallsmall Thing - interview on RadioLIB

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        Jessica Vale, Nika Offenbac, and Barnie Jones have a very frank discussion about the issues in the documentary Smallsmall Thing. Hosted by Maya Atta and Lincoln TheLegend Ward. About the film: Caught between tribalism and democracy, a Liberian mother is at odds with her country after the brutal rape of her six-year daughter.

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        • Mali, from Democracy to Emergency

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          This panel discussion from September 21, 2012, considered Mali's current crisis and future prospects. Panelists: Johanna Simeant (Université Paris 1, Panthéon-Sorbonne) Gregory Mann (Columbia University) Bruce Whitehouse (Lehigh University) Moderator: Etienne Smith (Columbia University)

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          • THROUGH AFRICAN EYES VOD

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            Discover the Africa you do NOT see on CNN. Follow Dennis Hayes, former CEO and President of the NAACP as he discovers his ancestral homeland. Travel back in time to the slave trade, and the music and dance of Africa. Let the people of Africa tell you what they think is best for Africa. Can Africa heal American racism? Real people. Real culture. Real solutions. Discover Africa, “Through African Eyes”.

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            • Lewis Rubinson - Ebola Virus Disease and Implications for Resource-Rich Countries

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              Lewis Rubinson, MD, PhD recently spent a month in Sierra Leone providing clinical care to patients with Ebola as part of a WHO task force. At Kenema Government Hospital, he was one of only two physicians providing daily care for upwards of 130 patients with confirmed Ebola. His goal with his talk is to dispel some myths about the disease that have been propagated by the lay press and to describe what lessons we can bring back from resource-limited settings to help provide care to these patients in the United States.

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              • Interview w/ Director, Writer and Producer Laurens Grant | Emmy Award Winner | Peabody Award - Jesse Owens, and Freedom Riders

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                Laurens Grant is a multi-Emmy Award-winning documentary filmmaker whose credits include serving as co-producer for two ground-breaking four-hour series for PBS: the recently released Latin Music USA: The Chicano Wave and the Emmy-winning Slavery and the Making of America: Seeds of Destruction. Grant was also coordinating producer for AMERICAN EXPERIENCE's The Murder of Emmett Till, which was honored with a Sundance Jury Award, Primetime Emmy and a Peabody Award for Best Documentary. The U.S. Department of Justice re-opened the Emmett Till murder case in part due to the film's previously unpublished eyewitness accounts and research. Grant has produced and directed films for A&E and The History Channel, and has directed projects in Africa, Latin America, Europe, and in America's inner city high schools. Prior to her work in documentary film, she worked as a foreign correspondent, heading up the Reuters bureau in Panama. She has written about Latin America for Newsweek, the Miami Herald, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram and The San Francisco Examiner. Grant is a graduate of Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism. Laurens Grant film Jesse Owens, is a Firelight Films production for the PBS series American Experience. It centers on the African American track and field star, Jesse Owens, who triumphed at the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin amidst the rise of Nazi propaganda. This is the first feature-length documentary directed by Laurens Grant for PBS. The film is also produced and written by veteran filmmaker Stanley Nelson with whom Laurens has worked with on a number of projects, including Freedom Riders, which garnered three Emmy Awards. JESSE OWENS aired on PBS on May 1, 2012. Films Include : Freedom Riders, Jesse Owens,Seeds of Destruction, Slavery and the making of America, The Ascent of Money and AMERICAN EXPERIENCE's The Murder of Emmett Till . Her work is timeless. Emmy-winning documentary of Olympic gold medalist Jesse Owens, and producer of the Emmy and Peabody award-winning "Freedom Riders. The acclaimed filmmaker Laurens Grant

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                • Paul Farmer: No Health, No Justice: Recent Lessons from West Africa

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                  Dr. Paul Farmer, co-founder of Partners In Health, delivered the Gruber Distinguished Lecture in Global Justice on March 2, 2015, at 4:30 pm in Room 127 at Yale Law School. Farmer’s lecture was titled “No Health, No Justice: Recent Lessons from West Africa.” Farmer shared insights from his current work, including battling ebola and growing inequality. He has created innovative models for delivering life-saving medical treatment in under-resourced settings.

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                  • Effectiveness of facility-based audits (1 of 2 videos)

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                    Global Maternal Health Conference 2013 This session focused on the AUDOBEM trial which conducted audits within three West African countries. By focusing on the quality of care and the audit of district hospitals, along with qualitative and quantitative data, the study aimed to use criterion based audits and patient-centered case reviews to learn how these hospitals may better address obstetric emergencies. The panelists spoke on the setup, rationale, methodology, objectives, implementation and preliminary results from the study, as well as tips from the field on best practices and ways forward. Preliminary data was released during the session, and more data will be released at a later date. Effectiveness of facility-based audits to improve the responsiveness of West African district hospitals to obstetric emergencies: AUDOBEM, a three-country cluster randomised controlled trial Moderator: Matthias Borchert, Institute of Tropical Medicine and International Health AUDOBEM: Methodology and implementation of a cluster-randomised controlled trial to assess the effectiveness of obstetric audits in African hospitals Matthias Borchert, Institute of Tropical Medicine and International Health Implementation of medical audits of near-miss cases within the AUDOBEM randomised controlled trial Veronique Zinnen, Université Catholique de Louvain and Institute of Tropicale Medicine Antwerp Abstract: https://meeting.tfigroup.com/TFI/media/uploaded/EVTFI/event_743/Zinnen%20345.pdf Effectiveness of facility-based audits to improve the responsiveness of West African district hospitals to obstetric emergencies: Preliminary results Georges Compaeore, Centre Muraz Abstract: https://meeting.tfigroup.com/TFI/media/uploaded/EVTFI/event_743/Compaore%20345.pdf Health worker responses to the introduction of clinical obstetric audits in West African district hospital Isabelle Lange, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine The costs of implementing two types of audits to improve the quality of emergency obstetric care in West African district hospitals Matthias Borchert, Institute of Tropical Medicine and International Health Abstract: https://meeting.tfigroup.com/TFI/media/uploaded/EVTFI/event_743/Borchert%20345.pdf Filmed in Arusha, Tanzania. Wednesday, 16 January 2013

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                    • Explaining Ebola from a Global Health Perspective: Causation, Crisis, and Coordination

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                      The unfolding Ebola epidemic in West Africa is making urgent an understanding of “global health thinking.” Even though still confined to 5 West African countries, the crisis is already global. Not simply because it has drawn in international actors (Doctors Without Borders, WHO, the World Bank, etc.) and not simply because there is the potential of transmission to other countries. Rather, it is “global” because it shows us how global diseases arise: how local circumstances can, through human networks, affect ever larger populations. This talk draws on the history, genetics, and epidemiology of Ebola Virus Disease to argue why this crisis demands the involvement of all academic disciplines, bringing to the table every skill we have to make sense of the present crisis and avert anything like it in the future. Monica H. Green, Professor of History, is a specialist in the history of medicine and health. She has published extensively on the history of medicine and healthcare in medieval Europe, and has edited a forthcoming special collection of essays on the Black Death as a semi-global pandemic. Besides work forthcoming in Lancet Infectious Diseases, she is currently completing an essay on “The Globalizations of Disease.” Her teaching notes on the Ebola crisis, as well as the syllabus for her course, “Global History of Health,” can be found on her Academia.edu page.

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