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All Posts Tagged With: "Brazil"

Ransom City: Interview: Ambassador Donna Hrinak

WIDE ANGLE presents a photo essay of the faces, the identities, and the shades of modern Brazil.

Aug 29th, 2006 | Comments

Ransom City: Essay: Kidnappings: Little Hope for São Paulo

Extortion through kidnappings has become a constant presence in the daily routine of citizens of São Paulo.

Aug 29th, 2006 | Comments

Photo Essay: Combating Illiteracy

A photo essay about innovative programs that offer basic education to the poorest children.

Sep 4th, 2004 | Comments

Essay: Girls’ Education in Developing Countries: Mind the Gap

Girls' education is emerging as one of the top priorities of the international development community.

Sep 4th, 2004 | Comments

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Time for School Series: Full Episode: Time for School

More than a hundred million children have never spent a day in school. Time for School spotlights the global crisis in access to education.

Sep 4th, 2004 | Comments

Coca and the Congressman: Map: South America: Brazil

Jul 7th, 2003 | Comments

Growing Up Global: Introduction

Ten years ago, filmmaker Bruno Sorrentino began recording the lives of eight newborn babies from around the world. In 1992, world leaders met in Brazil for the Earth Summit on sustainable development. There they made plans and promises to conquer the global problems of overpopulation, over-consumption and poverty. In the ten years since, Sorrentino has revisited the children repeatedly and recorded how their lives have been affected by the issues discussed at Rio.

Aug 29th, 2002 | Comments
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