Category Archives: Training

Tripping The Line

Two friends are working hard on searching for a new music beat and have great hopes. But who owns the copyright? Their friendship is soon to be tested. Short drama scripted and filmed by a group of members of the … Continue reading

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Betrayed – Namibia

Coerced sterilisation – as Victoria suffered in Namibia – is against her human and legal rights. Her husband becomes abusive when she tells him that she can’t bear any more children. This is based on a true story and was filmed … Continue reading

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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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Voices of the Children, Radio Tongu 92.1FM – Ghana

Beatrice and Thomas are children from the island of Awadice-Kome on the river Volta in Ghana. They are concerned that their community has been neglected for far too long, no electricity, no toilet facilities and no proper canoes for the … Continue reading

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Seeking Safety – Stepping Stones in Malawi- Living with HIV

“I used to abuse my wife when she went to the hospital to collect her ARV treatment because she came back late and I didn’t like it. I stopped the abuse after COWLHA members came to my house to counsel … Continue reading

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Mapping the Road to Change – Gender Equality 2 Uganda

In the Rwenzori mountains of Western Uganda two farming cooperatives are successfully challenging gender inequality by training their members, men as well as women to promote women’s rights as an essential part of of sustainable development. The training is community-led … Continue reading

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Delivery of Justice – Mali

Delivery of Justice – Mali from Dominique Chadwick on Vimeo. We feel safe in a society where our personal rights and our property are respected and protected by a legal system. But what happens when the legal system is out … Continue reading

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Transparency – Living Without Borders – Children Refugees – UK

Thousands of Child refugees arrive on Britain’s soil every year without a parent or guardian. The intense psychological scars these young people have accumulated both in their home countries and in leaving their families behind are merely compounded by the … Continue reading

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Children’s Radio – Guinea Conakry

Children from seven countries in West Africa have gained a voice. They have been trained by Plan UK to produce and host radio shows, written by and for children discussing issues affecting them in their daily lives. They encourage them … Continue reading

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Azara – Children and Disability – Ghana

Fetching water from a well is a special special challenge for Azara. Her disability means no school for her in this small village in northern Ghana. In a culture that too often shuns disability many like her are marginalised and … Continue reading

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