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The Global Campaign for Education in Cambodia
Every child has a dream. We believe dreams can come true through education. Join the Global Campaign for Education (GCE) in Cambodia with NGO Education Partnership (NEP), a coalition of more than 90 NGOs.
Children of the State vs Underage Criminals
Not so many people know the differences between 'children of the state' and 'underage criminals'. Let us try to explain it.
Batas - Boundary
A 13-year-old inmate is longing for a visit from his father. "I miss my dad!"
The Struggle of Street Kids
A story about a street kid fighting for other street kids. Desboy has been living on the streets since 1996. Throughout the years, she has been attending various activities organised by shelters and foundations claiming to be street children advocates. Eventually, Desboy decided to establish her own study space for street kids which is called 'Sanggar Anak Harapan.'
Tangisan Anak Papua (The Cry of a Papuan Child)
A video based on the poem written by Rosita Nanggur from Keerom, Jayapura who won 1st Prize at the June 5 Environmental Day Poetry Competition organised by SKPKC Fransiskan Papua.
A story about a street kid named Alwi. He has been roaming the streets since he was small. He has done various work so he can survive. Alwi then began to save up money so he can find his parents back.
What's the point? (English Subtitle)
What's The Point? is the second documentary in the At Stake documentary series. The film gives a closer look at the practice of female circumcision in Indonesia. Although female circumcision in Indonesia doesn’t remove the whole part of the women’s clitoris and labia as in Africa, it is still widely accepted. The reason is to ‘clean’ the girl and prevent the girl from evil spirit that leads her to being promiscuous. Even today, many people are not aware of the threat from the practice. The film shows the chaotic beliefs and context behind female circumcision.
Conspiracy of Silence: Jaren and Jayden
Jared and Jayden are twins. Both were born in the troublesome Omni Hospital in the outskirt of Jakarta. Due to maltreatment, the boys left the hospital with eye problems. Jared even lost his eyesight. The twins' mother, Juliana, has been campaigning for several years to get justice. The hospital has offered her more than Rp2 billion to keep quiet, but for Julia, justice is priceless.
Harapan Anak Cendrawasih (Hope of Cendrawasih Children)
Papuan Voices [Jayapura}
Primary school children in Arso on the Indonesia-PNG border are keen to study – but teachers rarely come to the local school. The one teacher who does come is only on a short-term contract and gets paid once every six months. When school is out, the kids end up doing hard labour for the local palm plantation to earn money and kill time.
Belajar Sambil Bermain (Learning While Playing)
Papuan Voices Sorong Raya
A day in the lives of three kids from the Klayili Village in Sorong. Together they learn about life while playing and enjoying nature.
Play Kool - The Colours Episode
PLAY KOOL is a 12 episode children's television series of love and madness, featuring kids from all different cultures and walks of life, mystery characters, in-house puppets, adventures to exciting locations, making, animations, songs and silly dancing, and surprise visitors. This is the COLOURS episode.
PLAY KOOL - The Transport Episode
PLAY KOOL is a 12 episode children's television series of love and madness, featuring kids from all different cultures and walks of life, mystery characters, in-house puppets, adventures to exciting locations, making, animations, songs and silly dancing, and surprise visitors. This is the TRANSPORT episode.
Writing Workshop for Children & Youths
This is a documentary of our recent event; a writing workshop for children and youths. You may use it as a model for organizing media workshops for children in your area of work.
"Aku Anak Papua" (I'm a Papuan Kid)
A group of mothers and educators get together to provide a free kindergarden in Sorong. The school is called 'Bunga Papua' (Papuan Flowers).
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