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How Radio is Helping Tanzanian People Realise their Rights - BBC Media Action
BBC Media Action in Tanzania is helping strengthen the media through journalism training and radio programmes that foster debate and participation. BBC Media Action works in partnership with Pangani FM and trained their journalists to hold their leaders to account and bring public pressure to bear on those in authority to resolve things fast. For more information about our work in Tanzania visit: http://bbc.in/1U2fPTW For more information about Pangani FM visit: http://bit.ly/1pyhfci
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DR Congo mining code regulations signed into law: aides
*Regulations to implement Congo’s new mining code have been signed into law with no changes, advisers to the prime minister told Reuters on Saturday, despite objections from mining firms that have been threatening legal action.* Prime Minister Bruno Tshibala signed the regulations into law overnight, his adviser Patrick Mutombo Buzangu told Reuters by telephone, but gave no further details. Changes demanded by mining industry rejected The prime minister’s legal counsel Anita Lwambwa later c… READ MORE : http://www.africanews.com/2018/06/10/dr-congo-mining-code-regulations-signed-into-law-aides Africanews on YouTube brings you a daily dose of news, produced and realised in Africa, by and for Africans. Africanews is the first pan-African multilingual media outlet, unique in its concept and vision. Subscribe on our Youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/c/africanews and receive all the latest news from the continent. Africanews is available in English and French. Website : www.africanews.com Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/africanews.channel/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/africanews
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The Rise of Social Media in East Africa Michael Hasenpusch
Michael Hasenpusch presented at the Communications is Aid Event in Nairobi in December 2012, where humanitarian & development agencies convened with technology, media, civil society partners to learn more about how communicating with communities using media, new technology and traditional channels, can make development work and humanitarian response more inclusive, effective, efficient and transparent. Across eastern Africa, humanitarian and development agencies are working to communicate better with the people they serve to make their work more relevant and themselves more accountable. New technology and old communication channels are being used to gather information from people affected by conflict and disasters to establish needs more accurately and respond more efficiently. Ahead of the curve are technology and media practitioners developing innovative tools which are either often overlooked by development agencies, or unsuitable for their operating environment. This event sought to bring agencies together to learn about various initiatives and build partnerships. The event was organised by UNOCHA Eastern Africa and Adeso in Partnership with the CDAC Network. The event was sponsored by BBC Media Action and Microsoft. www.unocha.org/eastern-africa http://adesoafrica.org/ http://www.cdacnetwork.org/ http://www.bbc.co.uk/mediaaction http://www.microsoft.com/about/corporatecitizenship/en-us/serving-communities/disaster-and-humanitarian-response/
Views: 270 UNOCHAKenya
Free Derry: The IRA Drug War
Subscribe to VICE News here: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE-News In February 2014, letter bombs were sent to nine British Military recruitment offices over the course of three days. Londonderry postmarks, a coded message sent to a Northern Irish newspaper, and security forces at Downing Street all pointed to the New IRA as the main suspects. Last Summer, VICE News visited Derry and heard from Gary Donnelly - the most prominent dissident republican in Londonderry, accused of leading operations for the Real IRA - that these attacks on Britain were to be expected as part of "strategic attacks on high profile targets," as "it's England that's occupying Ireland." In 'Free Derry: The IRA Drug War', VICE News investigate how, sixteen years after the Good Friday peace agreement and on the eve of the first major loyalist parade through the city in four years, dissident republican activity in Derry is increasing thanks to the merger of the Real IRA with anti-drugs vigilantes. VICE News reporter Alex Miller speaks to members of the Republican Action Against Drugs (RAAD), who formed the coalition with the Real IRA, and meets supporters as young as thirteen who are being armed with petrol bombs to combat criminal gangs and intervening police. For the first time, Paul Stewart, a close friend of slain Dublin Real IRA leader Alan Ryan, speaks on camera about witnessing the murder, as well as sharing insights on Ryan's war against drug dealers. Miller also interviews the mother of Andrew Smith, a man who she says was murdered by the Real IRA despite no affiliation with drugs related crime, before hearing from a Derry ex-drug dealer who now claims that, if the New IRA didn't fight drugs, "this town would be filled with ecstasy and rat poison and kids would be dying." VICE encounter a city where kneecappings and shootings are rife, walls are branded with anti-UK slogans, and where a policeman can scarcely walk down the street - according to Gary Donnelly - "without being killed". In "Free Derry: The IRA Drug War", VICE unmask the farcical veneer of the UK's 'City of Culture' 2013. Check out the VICE News beta for more: http://vicenews.com Follow VICE News here: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vicenews Twitter: https://twitter.com/vicenews Tumblr: http://vicenews.tumblr.com/
Views: 2692368 VICE News
Barloworld Acquisition of Bucyrus with Clive Thomson
(www.abndigital.com) Barloworld has today signed an agreement with and Caterpillar Global Mining to acquire the Bucyrus equipment distribution and support business in South Africa and Botswana. The total transaction is valued at approximately 175 million dollars and will be funded using a combination of cash resources, existing facilities and new bridge facilities. For more information, ABN's Samantha Loring is joined on the line by Barloworld CEO, Clive Thomson.
Views: 106 CNBCAfrica
Youth For Change - BBC Media Action
In July 2014 the UK government host #YouthforChange, an event developed by young people for young people to ignite action around girls' rights and strengthen young people as leaders of the future. The event will cover a broad range of issues relating to girls' rights and empowerment, showcasing positive and aspirational examples for change. For more information visit: http://www.bbc.co.uk/mediaaction/
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Primitive Technology: Spear Thrower
A spear thrower is a simple tool that allows the user to throw a spear further than by hand alone. It is a small length of wood with a hook in the end that fits into a notch in the back of the spear. The extra power and distance gained by the thrower is due to the extra leverage it gives. I cut a small branch with a minor branch coming off the side. I shaped the minor branch into a spur to fit into the end of the spear. The thrower was about 65 cm long. For the spear, I cut a thin sapling approximately 2 m long and about 1.5 cm thick. I carved a cup in the end of the spear for the spur to fit into. Then I bound the back of the spear with bark fiber to prevent the wood from splitting. The head of the spear was simply charred in the fire and scrapped against a rock to sharpen it (during practice the head regularly breaks so only a sharpened tip is used to save work). To use the spear thrower, the spur of the thrower is inserted into the cup of the spear. The spear and thrower are held at about shoulder height. The thrower is quickly flicked forward and the spear propelled towards the target. As the spear leaves the thrower it bends slightly storing energy until it jumps of the spur. During flight, the flexible spear wobbles and oscillates paradoxically giving the spear some stability in flight. The throws in the video show what can be done in one afternoon of practice (my arm got sore and I wanted to start on other projects). I hit the target a few times at a distance 15 m. It is more powerful than a spear thrown by hand alone but is difficult to learn. The spear I made could have been a fraction lighter and so would have greater speed. Another improvement would be to add flights to the spear so it would be more accurate and fly straighter (like an atlatl). The extra energy gained from a Woomera's (Australian spear thrower) use has been calculated as 4 times that of compound bow (Wikipedia). It's easy to make (this took less than a day) but requires lots of training to become accurate. Wordpress: https://primitivetechnology.wordpress.com/ Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=2945881&ty=h I have no face book page, instagram, twitter etc. Beware of fake pages and call them out on it!
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Congo and Africa's World War: Crash Course World History 221
In which John Green teaches you about the Democratic Republic of the Congo, which used to be Zaire, which used to be The Belgian Congo, which used to be the Congo Free State, which used to be the region surrounding the Congo River Basin in central Africa. So the history of this place is a little convoluted. The history of Congo is central to the history of central Africa, and the Congo Wars embroiled neighboring countries like Uganda and Rwanda. John will talk you through the history of Congo and the region. You can directly support Crash Course at http://www.subbable.com/crashcourse Subscribe for as little as $0 to keep up with everything we're doing. Free is nice, but if you can afford to pay a little every month, it really helps us to continue producing this content. Citation 1: David van Reybrouck, Congo: The Epic History of a People. Trans. Sam Garrett. Harper Collins. 2014. Citation 2: van Reybrouck. p 468
Views: 1760935 CrashCourse
Bugatti Veyron vs Nissan Skyline GT-R R34
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The ANC after Nelson Mandela in South Africa
In this documentary, Bram Vermeulen explores Africa, after the Nelson Mandela era. Whay has changed in Africa? How is the political landscape after Nelson Mandela? Bram Vermeulen went to live in South Africa at the moment Nelson Mandela dies, twenty years after he has changed from freedom fighter to president. 5 years later, Bram returns to South Africa and observes what has changed. The mere domination of the ANC, the party of Mandela, is no longer so obvious. President Zuma is even openly booed. South Africa is still a country of major contradictions after two decades of democracy. Between white and black, but even more between rich and poor. Behind high walls with barbed wire no longer live only white people with money, but also black wealthy people. For the many poor, hardly anything has changed. They still live in shacks of corrugated iron sheets on muddy alleyways. And that leads to growing dissatisfaction. This is clearly visible and can be heard at the EFF, the movement of former ANC Julius Malema. "Zuma, you're a traitor," the crowd sings. And their leader says in a rousing speech things like: "We have to wake up the ANC. Get rid of Jacob Zuma and all his possessions! "And when Bram speaks to him a moment later:" The leadership is ignoring the people. They have exchanged the people for investors. They are there for themselves and their business partners. ' Trade unions always belonged to the ANC, but now there are independent alternatives. They lead strikes with substantial wage demands as a bet. At a platinum mine in Marikana, the police opened fire on demonstrators two years ago. Thousands of bullets killed 34 miners and wounded many others. The police of the ANC government that fights the movement from which they themselves have been fighting with deadly force. It was unprecedented. Perhaps a turning point in the history of South Africa. And of course a turning point in the lives of the next of kin. Bram speaks to a woman who lost her husband and a man whose son died in Marikana. And he meets a miner who miraculously survived the gunfight. And now? Does this man work in the mine again. Work that he hates, but he does not see an alternative. Another miner explains how heavy the underground diggers are, and how unhealthy. And that you will not receive a wage if you are ill. No wonder the miners feel exploited and continue to strike. Their arrangement has been hardened by 'Marikana', says one of the strikers. And they can sustain such a strike for a long time, because they are used to living little Director: Doke Romeijn and Stefanie de Brouwer © VPRO September 2014 On VPRO broadcast you will find nonfiction videos with English subtitles, French subtitles and Spanish subtitles, such as documentaries, short interviews and documentary series. This channel offers some of the best travel series from the Dutch broadcaster VPRO. Our series explore cultures from all over the world. VPRO storytellers have lived abroad for years with an open mind and endless curiosity, allowing them to become one with their new country. Thanks to these qualities, they are the perfect guides to let you experience a place and culture through the eyes of a local. Uncovering the soul of a country, through an intrinsic and honest connection, is what VPRO and its presenters do best. So subscribe to our channel and we will be delighted to share our adventures with you! more information at www.VPRObroadcast.com Visit additional youtube channels bij VPRO broadcast: VPRO Broadcast: https://www.youtube.com/VPRObroadcast VPRO Metropolis: https://www.youtube.com/user/VPROmetropolis VPRO Documentary: https://www.youtube.com/VPROdocumentary VPRO World Stories: https://www.youtube.com/VPROworldstories VPRO Extra: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTLrhK07g6LP-JtT0VVE56A VPRO VG (world music): https://www.youtube.com/vrijegeluiden VPRO 3voor12 (alternative music): https://www.youtube.com/3voor12 VPRO 3voor12 extra (music stories): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtgVYRLGraeL9rGMiM3rBHA www.VPRObroadcast.com English, French and Spanish subtitles by Ericsson and co-funded by the European Union.
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Zambia: Food prices soar as crops wither
Production of Zambia's staple maize crop is expected to decline by at least 30 percent this year as a ravaging drought takes toll. Thousands of farmers in the country's most productive agricultural regions have seen their crops wiped out due to poor rainfall. Farai Mwakutuya has more on that story
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U.S. Embassy bombing victims cry foul over Kerry Silence
Kerry's failure to announce any material support to Kenyan victims of the August 7th 1998 U.S. Embassy bombing left many of them a disappointed lot. One of the survivors, Ali Mwadama, was left calling on the Kenya government to go on the diplomatic offensive and ensure that they were compensated by the U.S. government. Here is what he had to say soon after Kerry left the August 7th memorial park.
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Saving Mothers' and Newborns' Lives in Madagascar with Misoprostol and CHX
The MAHEFA project, implemented by JSI in Madagascar since 2011, is working to reduce maternal and newborn death. The project has strengthened community health systems to deliver misoprostol and chlorhexidine, drugs that are used to prevent postpartum hemorrhage and infection of the umbilical stump, respectively. Through the intervention, Community Health Workers (CHWs) are trained to educate women in the use of misprostol and chlorhexidine, track and monitor pregnant women in their village, and distribute the drugs to households. For more information on JSI's work introducing and scaling uo chlorhexidine in Madagascar, follow this link: http://ow.ly/Rmnx5
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Logging machines utilized by International Broadcast Centre (IBC), Delhi
Footage logging work stations in use at the IBC. The International Broadcast Centre (IBC) is a temporary hub for broadcasters during major sport events. In 2010, the World's Commonwealth Games were held in New Delhi, India. This was the first time that India hosted the games. The games were watched by over 2 billion people, worldwide. In order to broadcast the games, an International Broadcasting Center was created. This was created and managed by Shaf Broadcasting and Global Television. The IBC acted as the media hub for the games that took place Oct. 3rd-14th. The 2010 games were the first ever to be broadcast in full HD. The IBC was the first ever of its kind and was seen as a landmark in technical design and HD broadcasting. The IBC was inaugurated on the 20th of September, at 3:30 pm by the Honorable Minister for Information and Broadcasting of the Government of India - Ms. Ambika Soni, in the presence of Mr. Suresh Kalmadi, B. S. Lalli and Aruna Sharma of Doordarshan, the national broadcaster. The rights holders covering the Commonwealth Games included: Mai TV, Network Ten, Foxtel, CBC, Cyprus Broadcasting Corporation, Doordarshan, Namibia Broadcasting Corporation, Sky Network Television, Prime, Broadcasting Organisation of Nigeria, Seychelles Broadcasting Corporation, South Africa Broadcasting Corporation, Tanzania Broadcasting Corporation, BBC, Video Sound Inc, United States. Participating Nations of the Commonwealth Games included Afghanistan ,Algeria, Anguilla , Antigua and Barbuda , Australia , Bahamas, Bahrain, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Barbados, Belize, Bermuda, Botswana, British Virgin Islands, Brunei, Cameroon, Canada, Cayman Islands, Christmas Island, Cook Islands, Cyprus, Dominica, England, Eritrea, Falkland Islands, Fiji, Gambia, Ghana, Gibraltar, Grenada, Guernsey, Guyana, India, Israel, Isle of Man, Jamaica , Jersey, Kenya, Kiribati, Lesotho, Malawi, Malaysia, Maldives, Madagascar, Malta, Mauritius, Montserrat, Mozambique, Namibia, Nauru, New Zealand, Nigeria , Niue, Norfolk Island, Northern Ireland, Palestine, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Rodrigues, Rwanda, Saint Helena, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Samoa, Scotland, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Singapore, Solomon Islands, South Africa, Sri Lanka , Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Tokelau, Tonga, Trinidad and Tobago, Turks and CaicosIslands, Tuvalu, Uganda , Vanuatu, Wales, Yemen and Zambia. This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of tens of thousands of hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM 1080i High Definition, HDV and XDCAM. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Reach us at wfi @ vsnl.com and [email protected]
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What is Bitcoin? (v2)
The most watched Bitcoin introduction video ever. Updated in April 2014, this video explains how bitcoin works and the importance of this paradigm shifting technology. More information: Start Guide - https://www.weusecoins.com Mining Guide - https://www.bitcoinmining.com Podcast - http://www.bitcoin.kn Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/WeUseCoins Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/weusecoins
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Ipaishe's call to climate action
Right now, a huge crisis is unfolding. At least, 60 million people around the world are at risk of extreme food insecurity as El Niño, fuelled by climate change, is bringing droughts in some places and flooding in others. In the run-up to #ParisAgreement signing, Ipaishe, a farmer from Zimbabwe, calls on world leaders to release the funds needed to help the poorest adapt to the consequences of climate change. Sign the petition now and urge them to stop the hunger: http://oxf.am/elnino_action
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Department Press Briefing - March 7, 2019
Deputy Spokesperson Robert Palladino leads the Department Press Briefing at the Department of State on March 7, 2019. A transcript is available at https://www.state.gov/r/pa/prs/dpb/2019/03/290083.htm.
DR CONGO - Conflict on Coltan
A feature about the mining of conflict minerals like coltan in south kivu /Eastern DRC.
Views: 573 Roland Brockmann
Zimbabwe accused of opposition crackdown
Zimbabwe accused of opposition crackdown Zimbabwe's opposition says its members have been victims of a brutal crackdown in response to violent protests against a sharp rise in the price of fuel. Movement for Democratic Change leader Nelson Chamisa said many of its members had been detained including four MPs. He said security forces had attacked families in their homes. The government has blamed the MDC for stoking the violence. Rights groups say at least 12 people have been killed but this has not been officially confirmed. The trade union umbrella group that called the protests, the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions, says its leader, Japhet Moyo, has also been arrested. Earlier it emerged that South Africa had rejected a request from Zimbabwe for an emergency loan of $1.2bn £932m in December. The government had hoped the cash would help stabilise the economy and resolve fuel shortages in the country. On Sunday, the government said the security forces' actions were just "". News of the violent crackdown emerged .Speaking to the state-owned Sunday Mail newspaper, a presidential spokesman "The MDC leadership has been consistently pushing out the message that they will use violent street action to overturn the results of [last year's] ballot," George Charamba said. The opposition rejected a court ruling in August that confirmed that President Mnangagwa had beaten Mr Chamisa. What is the opposition saying?"There is no justification whatsoever of having soldiers with live ammunition, with guns, machine guns, AK47 on the streets, beating up citizens," Mr Chamisa told the BBC. "People are being approached in their homes, they are being taken out of their homes with their families even if they are sleeping. . . a lot of people have been arrested for no apparent reason." The MDC's national chairperson, Thabitha Khumalo, said that she had gone into hiding after the police and military turned up at her home at night. Why has the fuel price increased?Zimbabwe's President Emmerson Mnangagwa announcement of a steep increase in the fuel price over a week ago led to angry protests in the capital, Harare, and the south-western city of Bulawayo. The price rise was aimed at tackling shortages caused by an increase in fuel use and "rampant" illegal trading, he said. But many Zimbabweans, worn down by years of economic hardship, suddenly found they could not even afford the bus fare to work. The new prices mean Zimbabwe now has the most expensive fuel in the world, according toMany feel that the president, who has been on a tour of Russia and Asian countries, is failing to live up to his promises following his election last year in disputed polls. He has been struggling to revive the economy, which is experiencing high inflation while wages have stagnated. The president has now cut short his foreign tour to return home "in light of the economic situation", he said on Twitter. Access to the internet was intermittent throughout the week, but people found they were unable to use social media and the WhatsApp messaging platform, which has become a common way to share news. Thanks for watching,,, Hit that like button, and do subscribe, to get notified on upcoming videos,,,
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Sustainable Me - Episode 1 - Food For Thought
This episode looks at a range of sustainable practices young Edmontonians are engaged in to bring local, healthy and delicious food to local tables. Host Paula Humby plants an apple tree. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- TELUS Optik Local supports compelling, original stories told by filmmakers from BC and Alberta by providing production funding, training and exposure to new audiences. Find out more - http://optiklocal.com --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with us: Optik Local Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/optiklocal/ Optik Local Twitter - https://twitter.com/optiklocal Optik Local Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/optiklocal/ STORYHIVE Twitter - https://twitter.com/storyhive STORYHIVE Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/storyhive STORYHIVE Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/storyhive/
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MaximsNewsNetwork: (http://www.MaximsNews.com ) 06 June 2012: United Nations Environmental Programme: UNEP: Nairobi, Kenya - A new and wide-ranging assessment coordinated by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) says that the world continues to speed down an unsustainable path, often failing to meet internationally agreed goals on managing the environment and improving human wellbeing; in the fifth edition of the Global Environmental Outlook (GEO-5), launched today (6 June) ahead of the Rio+20 Summit, assessed 90 of the most important environmental goals and objectives and found that significant progress had only been made in four -- a sobering balance, according to the head of UNEP, Achim Steiner. SOUNDBITE (English) Achim Steiner, Executive Director, UN Environment Programme (UNEP): "The GEO5 report provides a sobering balance sheet of the last years, and it provides a number of clear indicators that on most of the internationally environmentally agreed goals that already exist, we have either not been able to make a great deal of progress, very often have failed to meet those goals, or in many instances are also still confronted by the fact that we are not able to measure and track progress." "Significant progress" was made in eliminating the production and use of substances that deplete the ozone layer, removal of lead from fuel, increasing access to improved water supplies and boosting research to reduce pollution of the marine environment. Little or no progress was detected for 24 goals -- including climate change, fish stocks, and desertification and drought. Further deterioration was posted for eight goals including the state of the world's coral reefs. The UNEP report comes two weeks before world leaders will gather in Rio de Janeiro to agree new ways to reduce poverty, to advance social equity and to ensure environmental protection. More than a hundred heads of state are expected to attend the Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20) from 20 to 22 June. One of the summit's themes is a green economy in the context of sustainable development and poverty eradication. From Nairobi, UNEP's Deputy Executive Director Amina Mohamed today urged the Rio participants to see the GEO5 report as a call to action. SOUNDBITE (English) Amina Mohamed, UNEP Deputy Executive Director: "The time has come to finally put aside indecision and emerge with a renewed commitment to achieving a low carbon, resource efficient green economy that will ensure sustainable development." UNEP's chief scientist, Joseph Alcamo pointed to the innovative way the GEO5 report links solutions to environmental problems with their potential in the green economy. SOUNDBITE (English) Joseph Alcamo, UNEP Chief Scientist: "The green economy has the potential to be the key idea to finally break down this artificial barrier between the economy and the environment that's existed. It's provided some very key ideas that are embodied in the GEO5 report. One idea is that this thing we talk about -- environment -- actually we should call it natural capital." For example, Alcamo said the value of inland fishery in the tropics alone was worth $6 billion. The global fishing sector also accounted for up to 180 million jobs. SOUNDBITE (English) Joseph Alcamo, UNEP Chief Scientist: "The second important insight that green economy brings us is that the protection of the environment, the protection of our natural capital, can be a job engine." About two million people are currently working in the renewable energy industry, according to Alcamo, and this might rise to around 20 million within a decade or so. ( UNITED NATIONS ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAMME: UNEP, Nairobi, Kenya ) MaximsNewsNetwork®™ & WorldLeadersTelevision™ News Network for the United Nations and the International Community™ "GIVING POWER & RESONANCE TO THE VOICE OF THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY" ™ See: http://www.MaximsNews.com See: http://www.WorldLeadersTV.com ASIA100TVNet™ ASIATV100Net™ MAGNUMMAXIM™ TodaysNetworkNews™ WORLDMAGNUM™ GLOBALMAXIM™ TODAYSNETNEWS™ NewsNetworkToday™ NetworkNewsToday™ Internationally Accredited News Journalists and members of the United Nations Correspondence Association (UNCA)
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World leaders commit to gender equality
In September 2015, world leaders answered a call by UN Women to step it up for gender equality. From China to Liberia, Brazil to France, here's a selection of what the heads of state said.
Views: 3481 UN Women
Counting all people, because all of us count
For most of us, when we are born, our birth is registered, and so are many other important events during our lives. Whether we get married, have children, move to a new place, find a job or go to school, the changes in our lives are recorded... So why do we need to register, count and report all of these things? This year's Commission on Population and Development will highlight the critical importance of demographic data and analysis for achieving sustainable development and for ensuring that no one is left behind in the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Read the feature article in UN DESA Voice April edition: https://www.un.org/development/desa/u... For more information: http://www.un.org/en/development/desa...
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Riders Talk: Anna Meares about the onboard cameras during the 2015 UCI Track World Championships
For the 2015 UCI Track cycling World Championships we brought innovative broadcasting at the Vélodrome National in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, France. Lear more about Track Cycling http://www.uci.ch/track/
Views: 9294 UCI
Useeme Bicycle Turn Signals
Our funny IndieGogo pitch video, please share with your friends if you liked it. Get your Useeme Bicycle Turn Signals at: http://useeme.eu Director: Daphne Samaras
Views: 68949 Useeme
Coming Soon: OUTLAWS
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7 G-spot Facts You Should Really Know
http://bit.ly/sub2Gurl "7 G-spot Facts You Should Really Know" In this episode, Cheyenne is here to share some information about the G-spot. Watch the video for a list of 7 facts to know. For more fun Gurl stuff, check us out http://www.gurl.com/ And there's always tons of talk and lots of cool girls on our boards: http://my.gurl.com/ Gurl hearts you big time! Do you heart us? Then be our bud: Subscribe: http://bit.ly/sub2Gurl Boards: http://my.gurl.com Facebook: http://facebook.com/Gurl.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/GurlDotCom Tumblr: http://Gurl.tumblr.com
Views: 3168170 Gurl.com
#VlogLikeaBoss Launch Q&A!
GET THE BOOK & BONUSES! http://vloglikeaboss.com Thank you to Enligtened Audiovisual for the help with this stream! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgmuYLdZaJYaJ1DmO2dm6NA Savvy Sexy Social, ep. 701
Views: 3363 Amy Landino
Irish Aid in Malawi
This is a video about Irish Aid's work in Malawi.
Views: 1895 IrishAid
Vigil turns violent ahead of March for Life
Violence broke out between participants of the candlelight vigil for victims of abortions and the counter protest for vigil for victims of unsafe abortions on the evening of May 11, 2016 at the Canadian Tribute to Human Rights in Ottawa, Ontario. The group Campaign Life Coalition, who organized the vigil for victims of abortions, reserved the monument area as a venue for the event. Counter protesters used the public space to voice their opposition and several were detained and pepper sprayed by police. http://captisnews.com/index.php/2016/05/12/vigil-turns-violent-ahead-of-march-for-life/ Connor Evans/Captis Photos Copyright Captis Photos Contact Captis Photos for licensing.
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Using fish to build resiliency to food insecurity in Malawi
To help build resilience to food insecurity in Malawi, the Malawi Red Cross Society and its partners are implementing a number of small scale long-term interventions with sustainable impact. This includes fish farming, where participants are provided with training and the tools needed to create a pond, stock it, and maintain it. Recipients say the fish has benefitted them in that it provides additional nutrients to their diets, and they can sell the fish for additional income. This, in turn, helps them operate small businesses and send their children to school. The project adopted a diversified approach and included activities such as bee keeping, fish farming, small scale irrigation, backyard gardens, and livestock production. 210 people were selected in 15 villages to be part of the activity which resulted in the establishment of 22 small scale irrigation schemes. People received a treadle pump, fertilizer, seeds, and training. The training included how to prepare fields for irrigation, how to set up the treadle pump which resulted in a wider area of cultivation for them, knowledge about different types of crops and techniques such as crop rotation. Recipients say because of these interventions they now have enough food for their families, as well as surplus which they sell. They use the money to purchase additional supplies to prepare for the next planting season.
Views: 1173 IFRC
Why we need local humanitarian leaders
As crises increase and the number of displaced people grows, investing in local leadership will help save more lives. Oxfam’s Carlos Mejia explains how.
Views: 564 Oxfam America
Get Ready: Octopuses and Squids are Taking Over the Oceans
Research shows the octopus is growing. Not just in size, but in number. Gillian Pensavalle (@GillianWithaG) explains. Subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/buzz60 Buzz60 is designed for the way we live now. Short, quirky video snacks that are a little sassy, and always smart. Buzz 60 -- and the Buzz60 channel on YouTube - produces all kinds of news video clips for web viewers who want more than just repurposed content. Our team is a diverse group of video journalists with dozens of Emmy awards, an authentic sense of humor, and a mandate to connect with viewers every day. Like us Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/buzz60 Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/Buzz60 Add us to your Circle on Google+: http://bit.ly/12nIt6n
Views: 2540 b/60
Focus On Zero Hunger: Syria (Episode 3)
Since 2011, 12 million Syrian women, children and men, equivalent to half of the Syrian population, have been forced to flee their homes. Many have left seeking refuge abroad but others stayed in the war-torn country. In September 2015, WFP stopped providing food assistance to 360,000 Syrian refugees and cut the rations for those inside Syria for a quarter due to funding shortages. Help us help them, share this video.
Views: 5175 World Food Programme
We Won’t Stop Now: End Malaria For Good.
We’ve come a long way in the fight against malaria. We have the knowledge, the tools and the ambitious goal to End Malaria For Good. We can’t and won’t stop now.
Views: 684 The Global Fund
This is a fundraiser done by RAD-AID Malawi to support sustainable radiology projects in collaboration with Malawi College of Health Sciences and Kamuzu Central Hospital in Lilongwe Malawi. All donations are greatly appreciated! Donation link: https://portal.rad-aid.org/survey/view/64/1
Views: 694 Melissa U. Lang
Migrants and human rights protection
UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein, addresses the UN General Assembly/Third Committee on Human Rights
Views: 635 UN Human Rights
Delegates meeting at the International Labour Conference in Geneva
Agenda 2030 places decent work for all, at the heart of policies for sustainable and inclusive growth and development. Delegates attending the International Labour Conference in Geneva, Switzerland are meeting with the realisation that over 600 million new jobs must be created by 2030. For more News visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
Views: 112 SABC Digital News
International Day of Sport for Development and Peace 2016 - Video Message by Wilfried Lemke
On the occasion of the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace (IDSDP) on April 6, 2016, the UN Special Adviser on Sport Wilfried Lemke calls for united action towards the Sustainable Development Goals through sport.
Views: 1119 UNOSDP
UNAIDS Executive Director's Message on IDAHOT 2016
The key pillar of the Sustainable Development Goals is ensuring that no one is left behind. But LGBT people continue to face challenges in many parts of the world. Embrace diversity on this day against homophobia, transphobia and biphobia.
Views: 1029 UNAIDS
The Week Ahead (29 August 2016)
Highlights of events happening at the UN #UNMediaSeminar #UN4RefugeesMigrants
Views: 285 United Nations
Adherence to HIV Treatment - Young Kenyans Speak Out
Changing the Paradigm: Young Kenyans Speak Out about Living Full and Positive Lives with HIV. UNICEF supports programmes in Kenya to protect adolescents boys and girls from HIV and ensure that those who are living with HIV have access to HIV treatment to survive and thrive.
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Views: 311 Evan Disney
Istanbul goes Orange
Against the backdrop of an orange-lit Istanbul, the city’s Mayor Kadir Topbas and UN Women Regional Director for Europe and Central Asia Ingibjorg Gisladottir called for an end to violence against women and girls at a ceremony to celebrate the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. Held at Istanbul’s iconic Maiden Tower in the Bosphorus, the ceremony kicked off the ‪#16Days of Activism. 27 landmarks across Istanbul turned orange in response to the worldwide call to action of the United Nations Secretary-General’s SayNO - UNiTE to End Violence Against Women campaign.
Views: 379 UN Women
That's Chatty - Brenden Rendall Interview Part 1
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