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Displaced - The Forgotten Kids
— June 10, 2013
A short documentary on the streets of Karachi, through the eyes of a few kids, who have been born, but never known, swallowed by the system.
Back To The Streets
— March 12, 2012
A look at the lives of kids living on the streets of Kuala Lumpur and the factors that led to their situations.
Mexico: Violence, militarization and the "war on drugs"
— January 22, 2011
This year, Mexicans are commemorating 200 hundred years of Independence. Is there something to celebrate? Mexico is experiencing the worst crisis of its existence. The current conditions are worse than those that led to the War of Independence, 200 hundred years ago, and those leading to the Mexican Revolution, a century ago. The most serious problems are corruption, poverty, human rights abuses, and the so-called war against drug trafficking. More than 28, 000 people, mostly civilians, have died so far under the regime of Conservative Felipe Calderón. Is this collateral damage? Who has benefited from this war? What are the objectives of militarization and the deterioration of respect for human rights? What is the role of mass media and Mexican politicians?
Nothing To Lose
— July 31, 2013
Living on the streets every day and night tend to open your eyes to a nightmare one can only imagine. What Abdullah experienced after running away from his house is a lesson of life which child does not deserve, no matter who or where they are from. Everyone on the street are tried and tested each and every moment of their existence.
For Once in a Lifetime: Homeless World Cup 2012 Mexico City
— February 22, 2013
From zero to hero. The Indonesian unprivileged competed in one of a kind international soccer tournament across the globe.
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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