Several NGOs and members of the Colombian civil Society do a pilgrimage for peace in order to protest for the state´s violence against them. Several civil society resistance groups go throughout the country telling their story and trying to get peace and justice.
In this 11 minute documentary the life of 2 pastors that are working for peace in Colombia is shown. They risk their lives everyday in order to accomplish one goal: for Colombia to live in peace. At the end of the video they ask one think of the United States, to change military aid for humanitarian aid.
This video highlights the first of seven National Events hosted by the Truth and Reconcilation Commission (TRC) of Canada, taking place in Winnipeg, Manitoba from June 16th to 19th 2010. The TRC was established to deal with the treatments of Canada'a aboriginal population in Residential Schools.
The ongoing conflict in Uganda has taken its toll on the country's population, especially young people who have grown up surrounded by violence. After the conflicts began, a small group of concerned Ugandans established the Ndere Center, which encourages young people to take up traditional performing arts. Since 1997 the Ndere Center has hosted the Kwetu Festival, which brings together more than 1,000 performers from all over Uganda.
Dance 4 Peace interviews different youth in South African and asks them to answer the following question: Why do you dance? Dance 4 Peace is a non-for-profit dance organization that fosters life skills programs through urban dance workshops to youth in post-conflict countries.
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