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What in the World? Series 1

What in the World? Series 1

In this series, the voices of people who have been affected by serious and persistent poverty and by social and political exclusion in the third world are heard. Global issues like child labour, fair trade, food security and gender violence are examined from the point of view of those ordinary individuals and families directly affected by the adverse conditions created by these practices on the ground. Filmed entirely on location in Malawi, Ecuador, Nicaragua, India and Guatemala, What in the World? also aims to inform the general public that, through their spending power, they have the ability to effect real change and to improve the lives of millions of disadvantaged people around the world.

What in the World? Series 2

  • 5 X 26 minutes (2006)
  • Cambodia
  • Kenya
  • Senegal
  • United States
  • Peru
  • Eur 15.00

What in the World? Series 2

  • 5 X 26 minutes (2006)
  • Cambodia
  • Kenya
  • Senegal
  • United States
  • Peru
  • Eur 15.00
What in the World? is a powerful series that gives voice to those less privileged people or groups in the majority world that we no longer hear, or are too often not prepared to hear. Key topics in Series 2 include: Genocide in Cambodia, Corruption in Kenya, Fishing in Senegal, The Death Penalty in the United States, Drug Production in Peru.

What in the World? Series 3

  • 5 x 26 Minutes (2008)
  • Angola
  • Patagonia
  • Bolivia
  • Burma
  • Tuvalu
  • Eur 15.00

What in the World? Series 3

  • 5 x 26 Minutes (2008)
  • Angola
  • Patagonia
  • Bolivia
  • Burma
  • Tuvalu
  • Eur 15.00
This hard hitting documentary series on Globalisation and Human Rights builds on the success of the first two series by continuing to raise greater public awareness of a range of global development and human rights issues. It illustrates the human consequences of global economic inequalities and/or human rights violations by focusing on how people encounter these issues in their daily lives. The key topics it covers in Series 3 includes: Angola : The curse of oil? United Colours of Mapuche (Patagonia) Partners not Masters in Bolivia Burma – The world’s longest civil war. Keeping heads above water in Tuvalu Islands in the Pacific.

What in the World? Series 4

  • 6 x 26 Minutes (2009)
  • Mongolia
  • Mali
  • Colombia
  • Laos
  • Niger
  • Paraguay
  • Eur 15.00

What in the World? Series 4

  • 6 x 26 Minutes (2009)
  • Mongolia
  • Mali
  • Colombia
  • Laos
  • Niger
  • Paraguay
  • Eur 15.00
The fourth series of this documentary strand that focuses on globalisation and human rights , continues to explore areas of the world where injustices and malfeasances are still being perpetuated, due to lack of international awareness and outrage, as much as anything else. The topics covered in Series 4 include: Mongolia – can the nomadic herders lifestyle, undervalued and under threat, survive the rush to modernisation, industrialisation and urbanisation? Mali – the country’s bleak future is considered as the once great Niger river’s flow becomes more reduced and restricted. Colombia – the female workers in this country’s flower industry struggle to earn a sufficient living to feed their families. Laos – the legacy of America’s indiscriminate bombing of this neutral country during the Vietnam war is that, 36 years later, 78 million unexploded bombs that remain, are still causing horrific damage to the innocent population. Niger – this African state faces the scourge of Noma, a deadly flesh eating disease caused by extreme poverty and chronic malnutrition. Paraguay – the controversial pesticide spraying used in the production of the soya bean crops in this country, take a devastating toll of the lives of the native population.
 

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