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LCP Dance Theatre 'Rights(?)', awarded by BBC Performing Arts Fund (2012), choreographed by Mimmo Miccolis. Music composed by Francesco Germini, filmed at Bernie Grant Arts Centre with participation of LCP's dancers www.lcpdancetheatre.com This channel is to share our performing arts projects in conjunction with violated human rights. We would like to hear from you the comment about the themes we are bringing up through the dance. Please subscribe to follow up what's next!
LCP Dance Theatre 'Rights(?)', awarded by BBC Performing Arts Fund (2012), choreographed by Mimmo Miccolis. Music composed by Francesco Germini, filmed at Bernie Grant Arts Centre with participation of LCP's dancers www.lcpdancetheatre.com This channel is to share our performing arts in conjunction with violated human rights. We would like to hear from you about the themes we are bringing up through the dance. Please subscribe to follow up what's next!
Hector Aristizábal (Medellin, Colombia) was born into poverty before becoming a theater artist and psychologist, then survived civil war, arrest and torture at the hands of the U.S.-supported military. In 1989, violence and death threats forced him to leave his homeland. Since arriving in the U.S., he has won acclaim and awards as an artist, and has combined his training in psychology and the arts with lessons gained from life experience in his therapeutic work with torture and trauma survivors, incarcerated youth, immigrant families, and people affected by HIV/AIDS. As an activist, he uses theatrical performance as part of the movement to end torture and to change U.S. policy in Latin America. He founded ImaginAction to help people tap the transformative power of theater for community ...
Film made by Daniela Kitchiner and Elizabeth Doonan to support the production of LCP Dance Theatre "Rights(?)' choreographed by Mimmo Miccolis, awarded by BBC Performing Arts. Filmed at Bernie Grant Arts Centre in March 2012, with participation of LCP's dancers www.lcpdancetheatre.com
Women fish retailers in Egypt are often forced to pay unofficial fees for their roadside market stalls. Exposure to the elements affects the women’s health and causes their produce to spoil, limiting their income. An interactive theatre project has helped boost the confidence and ability of these women to lobby their local government for retail licenses to protect their safety and rights as workers. The project is part of the Improving Employment and Income through Development of Egypt’s Aquaculture Sector project, funded by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation. Learn more: www.worldfishcenter.org
from american's got talent, 7/24/12 rights to nbc
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Rory O'Neill aka Panti Bliss makes a post-show oration at the national theatre of Ireland, the Abbey. RUSSIAN CHINESE ENGLISH HEBREW POLISH FRENCH IRISH TURKISH PORTUGUESE SPANISH JAPANESE GREEK GERMAN DUTCH ITALIAN SERBIAN SLOVAK subtitles available using the CC button in the bottom right corner of the player. FULL TRANSCRIPT OF SPEECH: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ZgplK8Kyd2yA9cjJvn6S_KeLCoQoG28C0NGwkXMwpJc/edit Video made with the help of Conor Horgan, Caroline Campbell, Nicky Gogan and Ailish Bracken. With thanks to cast and crew at the Abbey Theatre.
Border Television's local news looks in on the Whitehaven Film Theatre, the latest film venue at the Civic Hall. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/subscribetotheBFI. Watch more on the BFI Player: http://player.bfi.org.uk/ Stanley Reed, then director of the BFI, discusses the state of the 1970s British Film Industry and the need for great films to be seen outside of London. Alan Knowles talks about the Borders' first regional film theatre and how a regional venue will complement mainstream cinemas in West Cumberland. With Christopher Miles on his most recent feature film, The Virgin and the Gypsy which, in 1972, had never been screened in West Cumberland! Luckily Whitehaven's new Film Theatre can put that right! This video is part of the Orphan Works collection. When the rights-holder for a film...
LCP Dance Theatre presents: Fri 18 May 2012 Executive Directors: Debora Bonemei, Joanna Puchala Choreographer: Mimmo Miccolis Music: Francesco Germini Supported by BBC Performing Arts Fund 2011 LCP Dance Theatre -- an international dance company based in London - presents their new production 'RIGHTS (?)', a unique fusion of multi-ethnic/multimedia contemporary dance, performance and dramaturgy examining human rights and choreographed by talented and emerging Italian choreographer Mimmo Miccolis. The work's creation has been supported by the BBC Performing Arts Fund 2011, the mentorship of Tavaziva Dance and the support of the Bernie Grant Arts Centre. RIGHTS (?) is a choreographic depiction of important human issues. This multimedia production is a raw, yet sensitive, look at the ine...
National Theatre-based training on HIV/AIDS, reproductive health and rights was organized by Y-PEER (Youth Peer Education Network) and AFUNI (Association of Former United Nations Inters) in partnership with US-Educated Azerbaijani Alumni Association and "Hilton Baku" Hotel. The Training was held on 14-17 November, 2013 in Caspian Business Center and "Hilton Baku" Hotel.
Our unique workshop experience uses interactive theatre to teach young people about their rights and how to more effectively communicate with law enforcement. We are currently offering these workshops for FREE to elementary through high school groups. If you are Interested in scheduling a workshop, please contact Paul Garner, email@example.com or (901) 725.4990. Video Footage: Gary Moore http://www.mooremediastrategies.com/ Editing: Paul Garner like Memphis United's Know Your Rights Theatre on facebook: facebook.com/knowyourrightstheatre
Rainbow Disability Theatre group are apart of Wan Smolbag Theatre, based in Vanuatu, South Pacific. For the past three years the group have performed plays and ran workshops that try to promote the rights of people living with a disability. They have also recently won A Pacific Human rights award for Outstanding contribution to advancing the rights of persons with disabilities in Vanuatu. This is just one of many thing WSB does to improve the lives of others. To find out how you can help WSB reach their funding goal, please follow the link. http://igg.me/at/wansmolbag/x/5569835 Thank you for watching
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Holly Nicholas speaks with Justin Trottier, founder of the Canadian Association for Equality as he explains the difficulty he's having screening the documentary, The Red Pill. MORE: http://www.therebel.media/men_s_issues_group_won_t_be_silenced_cafe_founder_determined_to_showcase_red_pill Subscribe to the Rebel’s YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/c/RebelMediaTV PLUS http://www.Facebook.com/JoinTheRebel *** http://www.Twitter.com/TheRebelTV Help turn TheRebel.media into the largest, most influential news media outlet in Canada. Visit http://www.TheBigPlan.ca