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Seeking justice for victims of sexual violence in Iraq and Syria

We go behind the scenes of the investigations into the sexual violence committed during recent conflicts in Syria and Iraq. From finding victims to collecting evidence and building a case, the film presents the chall...

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Famine Response In South Sudan

United Nations - According to the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA), one million people are on the brink of famine in South Sudan due to insecurity and lack of humanitarian access. Humani...

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Real-Life Mermaids: Women Guardians of the Sea

They are called mermaids: the Haenyeo women divers of Jeju Island in the Republic of Korea. Carrying on a centuries-old tradition, these remarkable women use no modern equipment while serving as guardians of the sea....

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CHINA: ARTISTS WITH DISABILITIES INSPIRE

This inspiring dance troupe from China is moving audiences worldwide. Their impressive performances convey a message of inclusion and empowerment for individuals with disabilities - and all people seeking hope. 21st...

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Running For Peace in Congo

United Nations - A refugee, who fled the Democratic Republic of Congo for the United States, discovered he had a talent for running. Now he’s running for peace in both countries. 21st Century: Episode #124 Script: h...

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Guinea-Bissau: Fighting the new cocaine trade

Cocaine production hit all-time highs in 2019, leading narco-traffickers to seek new points of transit from South America to Europe. The UN Office on Drugs and Crime supports the international response to drug traffic...

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Somalia: Drought Crisis

United Nations - Some 6.7 million people – more than half of Somalia’s population – are in desperate need of humanitarian assistance due to a severe drought. Hundreds of thousands of people are internally displaced a...

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Projecting Strength, Providing Protection: One UN Policewoman’s Story

A female Cameroonian peacekeeper helps young women in the Central African Republic know their rights and protect their bodies. Standing up for girls who may be vulnerable to exploitation, this UN policewoman shows an ...

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United States: Tackling Climate Change Close to Home (Passive House)

One of the biggest causes of climate change may surprise you: emissions from buildings. In the United States many believe that changing houses can help heal the planet. 21st Century: Episode #131 Producer, Videographe...

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Measure the value of nature – before it’s too late: UN Chief Economist

In a recent interview, UN Chief Economist Elliott Harris spoke about a ground-breaking change to national accounting that, for the first time, includes valuing nature in addition to more conventional economic measures...

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