TMS Peace Journalist Kimberlye Kowalczyk interviews Dr. Jan Oberg (co-founder of The Transnational Foundation of Peace and Future Research) about Nuclear proliferation, the Ballistic Missile Defense Shield, NATO, and the complete abolishment of nuclear weapons for a sustainable peace.
Die Klasse 9d des Scheffel-Gymnasiums in Lahr hat diesen Film, als Beitrag zu den Afrikaprojekttagen 2008 der Schule, mit der Unterstuetzung von Xchange Perspectives, produziert.
Ziel des Video Projekts war es, den Zusammenhang zwischen Bildung und Entwicklung zu verstehen, Rahmenbedingungen und Faktoren die die Qualitaet der Bildung beeinflussen zu reflektieren und diese zielgruppenorientiert weiter zu kommunizieren.
Southern Sudan is at peace, since the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) in 2005. But for decades the people of Southern Sudan experienced armed conflict and they still suffer from its consequences, such as underdevelopment, large-scale displacement and continuing armed conflict at the community level. Today, more than three years after the signing of the CPA, one can more or less find “A GUN IN EVERY HOME”...
The latest creative CAPOR invention in Southern Sudan was launched on Thursday, 14th of February 2008 at Freedomsquare in Yei. About 500 boys and girls, women and men attended the first Giant Puppetry Show, tackling one of the currently most sensitive issues: Landownership and Ethnicity!
The invention itself and the Community Journalists producing this video were supported by Xchange Perspectives.
The people of South Sudan are considered as the poorest of the poor worldwide. Nowhere else it is so hard to grow up as a child. For a long period of time children were not able to learn reading and writing at all. Even though the situation has improved, there is still a great need for well-trained teachers, scholastic materials as well as proper school buildings...