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— January 22, 2010
The late filmmaker and activist Pip Starr made this video after his journey to South America. He was documenting the slave trade and environmental destruction involved in the multinational coffee trade in third world countries. Starbucks coffee was the target of this protest.
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.
Karigar - Kaarvan - The Scent Of Candles
— July 30, 2013
Its through this art form that the livelihood of many families is there and how things for them has changed over time...
Burning Wood - The New Lifestyle of Soon Valley
— June 11, 2013
How a few Bio-Gas plants changed and added so much to the lives of the people of Soon Valley - Pakistan
La Via Campesina and Young Farmers
— July 06, 2010
A presentation delivered by Ayumi Kinezuka, tea farmer, youth coordinator for global farmers network La Via Campesina and member of NOUMINREN (Japanese Family Farmers' Movement). The presentation, delivered as part of a historic La Via Campesina delegation to Australia highlights the crisis experienced in rural areas throughout the Asia Pacific region with an aging farming population, and the necessity of supporting and inspiring a new generation of farmers to take on the essential work of growing sustainable food for the future.
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