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Adugna Dance Company – A Shared Gift – Ethiopia

The moving story of Adugna, Ethiopia’s biggest contemporary dance company which has transformed street children into professional dancers. Filmed in Ethiopia by GEMTV and in Paris by Dominique Chadwick. Film directed and edited by Dominique Chadwick Dominique Chadwick was one … Continue reading

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Guide Children (Extract)

Blind beggars on the busy streets of Tamale, northern Ghana are sadly a very familiar feature. Most of them became blind through poverty or ignorance as they could not get treated on time. They cannot move without being guided all … Continue reading

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The Broken Promise (Extract1)

The traditional practice of fostering young girls to their aunties in northern Ghana was initially meant to strengthen family relationships but it is now a major obstacle to girl’s education. Produced by the Learning Circle, a group of 21 women … Continue reading

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The Broken Promise (Extract2)

The traditional practice of fostering young girls to their aunties in northern Ghana was initially meant to strengthen family relationships but it is now a major obstacle to girl’s education. Produced by the Learning Circle, a group of 21 women … Continue reading

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Shall We Tell Him? – Tanzania

In Dar es Salam, Tanzania, a group of adult caregivers discuss the challenges of looking after children born with HIV. They have recently participated, together with the children, in a training workshop on the “Stepping Stones with Children”methodology ran by … Continue reading

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Survivor

“Survivor” is based on the true story of Malika, a young Ugandan woman who learns she is HIV positive, as a child. The film was produced during a participatory film workshop for women, members of Mama’s Club, a support network … Continue reading

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Evaluation of “Home in Cliftonville ” Art Project” – Turner and Louvre museums, UK and France

HOME in Cliftonville is an ambitious programme of artist residences. Seven artists from both sides of the Channel have been selected to spend time in the town from 2014 to 2015, creating new artworks in Cliftonville, Kent. The HOME artists … Continue reading

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Vital Communities (Extract3)

This film follows a group of children, their families and their communities participating in creative activities over a period of 5 years. This action research study aims to measure the impacts of participating in the arts. Filmed and researched by … Continue reading

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Spotlight on Vital Communities (Extract 2)

This film follows a group of children, their families and their communities participating in creative activities over a period of 5 years. This action research study aims to measure the impacts of participating in the arts. Filmed and researched by … Continue reading

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“Children First!” – “Watoto Kwanza!” – Tanzania

Communities can be unsafe places for all people living with HIV because of violence, including stigma and abuse. Children living with or affected by HIV can be especially vulnerable without appropriate support. But guardians and parents may lack sufficient skills … Continue reading

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