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Protestors call for alternative climate agreement
— December 10, 2009
Protestors at the COP15 call for a different climate agreement, based on the Peoples Declaration on Climate Change
Unarmed Civilian Peacekeeping: Building a Nonviolent Peaceforce (2)
— August 13, 2009
A short documentary on the unarmed civilian peacekeeping work of Nonviolent Peaceforce and their global work of reducing armed conflict through third party, nonviolent intervention.
How Dare You Say - Mayday 2011 Hong Kong
— June 12, 2011
They are with us in the struggles, they are with us in our homes, they are with us in all the labouring which built our city and what we have today. But when we finally managed to get a bit of bread crumbs, i.e. the minimum wage legislation in Hong Kong, from the rich and powerful, their part was not in our concern and we just let it passed. People still thinks that they are they and we are us, c'os they are only the migrants workers. But is that all they are? And do we know who we are? I'd say, before they and we became us, we will not be able to know how the answer should be voiced.
Squeezed - Free Trade and Asian Farmers
— November 01, 2007
Filmed in Thailand and The Philippines in July 2007, Squeezed tells the story of how free trade agreements and globalisation are changing the lives of millions of people living in the Asia-Pacific region.
International Migrants Day 2010 (Hong Kong)
— January 08, 2011
In commemoration of the International Migrants Day a celebration of the migrants' struggle in Hong Kong advancing the migrants movement amidst the global crisis and the erosion of migrants' rights.
RUPES: Rewards for care
— May 26, 2009
Asia's upland poor - often indigenous minorities - manage forested areas that provide environmental services such as clean water and biodiversity conservation, that benefit all of humanity. But they seldom get rewarded or recognized for their efforts in protecting those fragile environments.
Strengthening the digital rights movement in the Philippines
— June 26, 2019
Plug In Tv
— January 05, 2008
A short documentary about the abductions, killings and persecution of political activists in the Philippines under the Arroyo government - a story you don't get to hear in the mainstream media. Arroyo declared a State of Emergency giving her government extraordinary powers to quash protest. Interviews with those who have been arrested and solidarity movements in Australia.
The Philippine Drug War: A Primer
— April 03, 2018
The Philippine "War Against Drugs" lead by president Rodrigo Duterte since 2016 has led to the deaths of over 12,000 Filipinos till March 2018. Human rights organisations claim that the Philippine police have systematically targeted mostly poor and defenceless people across the country while planting “evidence”, recruiting paid killers and fabricating official incident reports.
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