Matt Grimes on the importance of social media & UGC platforms for marginalised communities Matt Grimes on the importance of social media and user generated content platforms for marginalised communities for
Sushmita Meets Marginalised Children Bollywood actor Sushmita Sen alongwith 20 finalists for the 2011 edition of 'I Am She' beauty pageant on Thursday met children from the marginalised sections of society.
Terrain Vague by Samuel Holloway 'Terrain vague' is marginalised urban space created by post-industrial urbanisation and often ignored in traditional architectural discourse. Terrain vague is underused or misused. It is liminal space, transitional, under construction, in process. Terrain vague presents problems and offers resistance. Commissioned by the Wallace Foundation, this work is part of Stephen de Pledge's Landscape Prelude project. All 12 works in this series were performed for the first time at the New Zealand International Arts Festival on 27 February 2008. For more information about this work or to buy the score, visit: .nz
Shaykh Abdul Aziz Ahmad - The Marginalised In Society - In Memory Of Imran Sabir On 5th October 2009, at the Destiny's Church in Glasgow, an event was held to commemorate the life of Imran Sabir and to launch to the 'Living with Blindness' by Shaykh Abduk Aziz. In this short clip, the author talks about his life and the very valuable lessons we must recognise and implement in our own lives. Taking from the blurb of the book, Imran Sabir lost his sight in his youth and had suffered from serious respiratory problems, he also only had one functioning lung. He passed away on 3rd March this year from the effects of LOGIC Syndrome. The book tells us of his struggles and the passion he had in search for the truth. It tells us the extent to which Imran travelled in spite of his setbacks. From the book in Imam Zaid Shakir tells us: "Among the things I learned was the definition of the word 'disabled.' I learned that the word is not an indictment against the individual who is struggling with a particular physical or mental challenge. Rather, it is an indictment against the society that has disabled that individual through its failure to adequately accommodate him or her... Consistent with this meaning, Imran Sabir was not disabled."
The Unreported Story of Marginalised Communities in South Africa SACSIS Columnist, Prof. Jane Duncan, highlights a case of police brutality against members of an impoverished community that is not being reported on by the media. She made these remarks at a roundtable discussion co-hosted by The South African Civil Society Information Service (.za) and the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung South Africa Office (www.fes-). The roundtable discussion, which examined the media's perspective of the South African economy, put the following questions to editors: Is the economy on the right growth path? What are the prospects for making it more inclusive? How does the media report on the economy? Does the media have a vision for South Africa's economic development? Media speakers at the event included, Mondli Makhanya (Editor in Chief, Avusa Media/Chairperson, SANEF), Nic Dawes (Editor in Chief of the Mail & Guardian), Reg Rumney (Head of the Centre for Economics Journalism in Africa, Rhodes University) and Alide Dasnois (Editor of the Cape Times).
People in vulnerable or marginalised groups There are actually quite a lot of people in vulnerable or marginalised groups. Once we'd identified them, there were actually a lot, including children and adults who were victims of trafficking, boatless fishers, disabled people, homeless, ethnic minorities, landless farmers, male and female *** workers, casual labourers, orphans, people living with HIV/AIDS, social workers, poor farmers, beggars, victims of domestic violence, people who have dealings with the law, and so on.
Marginalised Groups highlights 2.mp4 In Musina, a hole in a fence marks the spot where many refuges cross the river into South Africa. At the shelter Gloria describes how she avoided the river crossing due to its notorious dangers. She decided to travel to South Africa to look for work to support her siblings and three children. On the route she and her friend were offered a lift by four men only to be ***ually assaulted and abandoned by them. She was then picked up by a border patroller but her apparent rescuer subsequently forced himself on her too. Gloria arrived in South Africa in much pain and worried that she may be pregnant or HIV positive: "This is now my reality."
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Generation Lost - Chapter 9 Marginalised - Something to tell you Generation Lost - An experimental videobook project by Boyan S. Benev. More information at www.generation- or /BSBenev Boyan is available for talks/lectures worldwide to expand on all subjects
Enabling Dissent - How the Irish Government stifles dissent from the marginalised Community Development work is under attack in Ireland and around the world. Our job is to speak up, but that's not what those in power want. The Carnegie Foundation and Atlantic Philanthropies responded to efforts by and on behalf of the Irish Government to stifle dissent by holding a seminar entitled 'Enabling Dissent' on May 20th, in Dublin. The silence of potential dissenters is a sign of how bad things are, says Sr Stanislaus Kennedy, one of modern Ireland's most outspoken nuns. She says that civil society organisations fail their people by staying silent. Note: Sr. Stan would not match Bob Geldof as a public speaker - she speaks and slowly and deliberately - but her words carry weight and she has won numerous awards for telling it as it is. 'Changing Ireland' magazine was there to record the event. www.changingireland.ie
Czech Roma feel marginalised ahead of vote Recent polls show that four out of five Czechs say it's difficult to live side by side with Roma people. Ahead of the parliamentary elections, what are the hopes and expectations of this population? The AFPTV meets a Roma family, victims of a recent arson attack. Duration: 02:07
Diane Dodds - Housing in Marginalised Communities - 9th Feb 2010 DUP MEP Diane Dodds speaking in the European Parliament on 9th February 2010 on social housing needs of marginalised communities in Northern Ireland and the problems associated with land acquisition for these projects.
Anwar: Malays still marginalised PKR adviser Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim says it is a tragedy that Umno claims to champion the Malays, but the race continue to be marginalized. He said this in his winding-up speech at the PKR congress Sunday.
Will a focus on marginalised communities help target research? Interview with Kate Raworth - Senior Researcher at OXFAM. Filmed at The Conference on Climate Change, Agriculture, and Food Security, 4 May 2010, Nairobi, Kenya
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Are Christians being marginalised in Britain? The Christian Institute's Simon Calvert debates whether Christians are being marginalised in Britain today on BBC Radio 5 Live Breakfast.
Marginalised Groups highlights 1.mp4 In South Africa there are a number of marginalised groups which are particularly vulnerable to HIV infection. This week Siyayinqoba Beat It! travels to Musina in Limpopo, on the Zimbabwe-South Africa border, to look at two of these groups: migrant workers and economic refugees. We first meet Edias Sibanda, a Zimbabwean who left home 15 years ago to look for work in South Africa and is now a farm labourer. Then Gloria, a young mother who travelled from Zimbabwe hoping to find work in South Africa, describes the ***ual abuse she suffered when crossing the border.
Justice for Marginalised Pensioners Petition Justice for Marginalised Pensioners Petition: a Minority Group of Responsible Pensioners is Consistently Marginalised, Exploited, Excluded, and Ignored by UK Government
TVS-South Sudanese "Dancing in harmony event"-3min-YouTube.mov Southern Sudanese and other Marginalised areas of Sudan dancing in harmony in Sydney NSW Australia. This event was organised by the South Sudanese and other marginalised areas association NSW Inc. This project is aimed at creating relationships among the South Sudanese and other Marginalised communities of Sudan in NSW Australia. The project was sponsored by Australia Council of Art, Westpac foundation and other organisations. It was coordinated by The Services for the Treatment and Rehabilitation of Torture and Trauma Survivors. The long term view is to establish a Sudanese Contemporary Dance Company that will work toward infusing Sudanese dances with contemporary dance.
Guatemala's indigenous still marginalised The United Nations is due to convene a two-week forum on the situation facing the world's indigenous people. Hundreds of indigenous representatives from all over the world are expected to attend. Guatemala has one of the highest indigenous populations in Latin America. But after centuries of persecution, they remain some of the poorest in the region. Al Jazeeras David Mercer reports.
Public hearings update 39 - Human rights and marginalised groups Debbie Kilroy from Sisters Inside emphasises the importance of looking at human rights in the context of the disadvantaged and marginalised, as these are the groups most vulnerable to human rights violations.
Fighting for the Soul of Native America -- USA April 1999 Marginalised Native Americans are using loopholes in reservation law to beat the USA at its best game: making money. For decades Indians have been corralled onto tiny unproductive reservations where alcohol and welfare dependency destroyed their culture. But a loophole in the reservation system - meaning they are not subject to state laws - is enabling Indian tribes to reap riches from the US obsession with gambling. Chief Pico speaks proudly of the transformation of his people, "We're entrepreneurs now, we understand that game...we'll be building a museum dedicated to conTemporary Native America soon with another casino, golf course and hotel." This new found capitalist assimilation though has raised plenty of opposition, especially from neighbouring Nevada, who are outraged that the Indians can run casinos tax free in a State where gambling is illegal. The Vegas gambling chiefs are bankrolling huge opposition groups, and waging a high profile debate on State TV. The casino profits, which by law must be spent within the reservations, are allowing the Indian land to bloom, the start Chief Pico says of a Native American cultural renaissance. Produced by ABC Australia Distributed by Journeyman Pictures
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House of Commons Briefing - Marginalised Malaysian communities - Photo Abolishing Malay name, Which has nothing investment in business and empty partnership. Say No More No More to Mafia extortion day light robbers and is legally for Muslim BumiPolicy. and Abolishing BumiPolicy - Racial and Puala imprisonment - Human Right. Say No more, No 2010-03-09 House of Commons Briefing - Marginalised Malaysian communities All non-bumiputra, we must united together as one. We want equal rights and fair. End torture and murder your own countrymen. End racism in Malaysia and Pulau must end. without Chinese and India Malaysia will still be Malaya Peace and Love my Countrymen Producer By See
Reaching Marginalised Young People The International Special Projects (ISP) fund was established to extend the Award Programme to marginalised young people across the world. Find out how ISP has helped transform young people's lives.
South Africa homeless 'further marginalised' by World Cup - 04 Dec 09 Homeless people in South Africa say they are being pushed out as the country prepares to host the 2010 Football World Cup. Organisers, under pressure to clean up the streets, insist that they are working to integrate the population, but other reports suggest the homeless will be housed in temporary camps. Al Jazeera's Yvonne Ndege reports from Cape Town.
Guarantee rights of Dalits, other marginalised groups in constitution: UML gen secy Inaugurating the 5th national conference of Nepal Utapidit Jatiya Mukti Samaj in Kathmandu on Tuesday, General Secretary of CPN-UML Ishwor Pokharel said that new constitution should guarantee equal rights to Dalits, and other marginalised communities. He also called upon the Dalits to pressure the major parties to incorporate their rights innew , () is a leading Internet destination dedicated to bring you news, events, polls, discussions, forums about and from Nepal. Our primary objective is to bring "news as it happens"; quality news which is impartial, timely and independent. Our equally important other objective is to make this a web community for all people around the globe who have any interest, or need any information about Nepal.
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ADRA Thailand - Adopt a Village Partnering with poor, marginalised ethnic hilltribe communities in the Wiang Pa Pao and Mae Suai districts of Chiang Rai, ADRA Thailand's Adopt a Village project takes a holistic approach to community development. Community consultation is crucial in identifying key needs and appropriate solutions. Current activities include micro-finance, the establishment of credit unions, citizenship assistance & advocacy, water security & sanitation, educational scholarships & life skills training, adult literacy, product processing & value adding, group marketing, and sustainable agriculture / animal husbandry. The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) is a global humanitarian organization of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, following Christs example of being a voice for, serving, and partnering with those in need regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, political or religious affiliation. ADRA works with people in poverty and distress to create positive change and justness through empowering partnerships and responsible action. History: ADRA Thailand was established in the early 1980s. Initially established with a refugee focus in health care and basic human needs. Operations rapidly expanded to include development partnerships with vulnerable Thai communities. Areas of Concern: ADRA Thailands areas of concern are the vulnerable and marginalised population groups within Thailand. These include: Remote rural communities, Hilltribe ethnic minority communities, Children at risk ...
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Public hearings update 8 - Power abuse impacts most on marginalised people Robin Banks, CEO Public Interest Advocacy Centre, tells us that it's most often the marginalised who suffer from the abuse of power. Fundamental human rights are not at present adequately respected or protected.
Asthmatics 'marginalised in society' A quarter of a million people with severe asthma face discrimination because the public believes it is a mild condition, a report claims. . Follow us on twitter at .
Malaysian Film Fest London - Marginalised Malaysian communities 2 Abolishing Malay name, Which has nothing investment in business and empty partnership. Say No More No More to Mafia extortion day light robbers and is legally for Muslim BumiPolicy. and Abolishing BumiPolicy - Racial and Puala imprisonment - Human Right. Say No more, No 2010-03-09 House of Commons Briefing - Marginalised Malaysian communities All non-bumiputra, we must united together as one. We want equal rights and fair. End torture and murder your own countrymen. End racism in Malaysia and Pulau must end. without Chinese and India Malaysia will still be Malaya Peace and Love my Countrymen Producer By See End torture and murder your own countrymen. End racism in Malaysia and Pulau must end. Peace and Love my Countrymen Producer By See 2010-03-09 House of Commons Briefing - Marginalised Malaysian communities Where is all the video you guy take on this day? If you dont mind, Please send me just the video one of you girl interview me? I like to post it myself and is my video. the rest is not my problem and We should have all thing open to all. The right way to do thing. We need each other and i cant see and feel those speaker don't UNITED. Please united or Malaysia non-bumiputra and the Sabahan will suffer even more. It getting any better back home in Malaysia. If there another day of May 13, 1969. The country will be in peices and I don;t think this time round we will ever recover to all Malaysia. Don't drown your own country. We need the Chinese economy and we need the ...
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Imam Zaid Shakir - The Marginalised In Society, In Memory Of Imran Sabir On the 5th of October at the Destiny Church in Glasgow an event was held to commemorate the life of Imran Sabir. Taken from the blurb of the book 'Living With Blindness', he was brought up in Glasgow suffering from LOGIC syndrom and serious respiratory problems with only one functioning lung. He passed away this year on 3rd March. Blurb of Living With Blindness, Lessons From The Life Of Imran Sabir by Shaykh Abdul Aziz Ahmad: This book tells the story of an exceptional young man. It is a tale of steadfastness in the face of adversity, discrimination and disadvantage. Imran succeeded in his struggle to find his faith and identity. His journey sets out many lessons about religion, society, communities and personal development.
Session 09 Marginalised India Marginalized India: Beyond Affirmative Action Why, after experimenting with affirmative action for 61 years have we not been able to bring marginalized India into the mainstream? This session seeks to shift the debate from reservations and quotas to other ways in which marginalized sections of society can be brought into the mainstream. Moderator: Ravi Bhoothalingam, Founder and Chairman, Manas Advisory Panel: •Ajay Mehta, Executive Director, National Foundation for India •Karti Chidambaram, Member, All India Congress Committee •Chandrajit Banerjee, Director General, Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) •Lakshmi Venkatesan, Founding Trustee and Executive Vice-President, Bharatiya Yuva Shakti Trust (BYST) •Sudheendra Kulkarni, Advisor to LKAdvani , Leader of the Opposition, Lok Sabha
Replay European Project Gaming Technology Platform for Social Reintegration of Marginalised Youth. The vision of REPLAY is to use this technology as a means of motivating young people into a better awareness of how and why they behave the way they do and encourage them to take greater responsibility for the consequences of their decisions and behaviour. Project REPLAY uses video game technology to provide young people who have become marginalised as a result of anti-social behaviour with an interactive learning environment.. The REPLAY game will not, in itself, be a therapy. Rather the technology will provide the teacher/professional charged with monitoring and assisting their rehabilitation with a useful tool through which the rehabilitation process can be assessed and managed more effectively.
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OHCHR complains human rights have been marginalised The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR)- Nepal has concluded that a year after the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Accord (CPA), the issues of human rights have been marginalised and subordinated to political considerations - OHCHR-Nepal Representative Richard Bennettspeaking. , () is a leading Internet destination dedicated to bring you news, events, polls, discussions, forums about and from Nepal. Our primary objective is to bring "news as it happens"; quality news which is impartial, timely and independent. Our equally important other objective is to make this a web community for all people around the globe who have any interest, or need any information about Nepal.
Advice for parents who feel marginalised as Buddhists. From a question and answer session with Buddhist parents in London in 1994.
Malaysian Film Fest London - Marginalised Malaysian communities Abolishing Malay name, Which has nothing investment in business and empty partnership. Say No More No More to Mafia extortion day light robbers and is legally for Muslim BumiPolicy. and Abolishing BumiPolicy - Racial and Puala imprisonment - Human Right. Say No more, No 2010-03-09 House of Commons Briefing - Marginalised Malaysian communities All non-bumiputra, we must united together as one. We want equal rights and fair. End torture and murder your own countrymen. End racism in Malaysia and Pulau must end. without Chinese and India Malaysia will still be Malaya Peace and Love my Countrymen Producer By See 2010-03-09 House of Commons Briefing - Marginalised Malaysian communities Where is all the video you guy take on this day? If you dont mind, Please send me just the video one of you girl interview me? I like to post it myself and is my video. the rest is not my problem and We should have all thing open to all. The right way to do thing. We need each other and i cant see and feel those speaker don't UNITED. Please united or Malaysia non-bumiputra and the Sabahan will suffer even more. It getting any better back home in Malaysia. If there another day of May 13, 1969. The country will be in peices and I don;t think this time round we will ever recover to all Malaysia. Don't drown your own country. We need the Chinese economy and we need the Indian spirituality mind and The Sabahan the right and they are the true native people long before the Malays and Orang Asli. I ...
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