CARTE POSTALE DU PARADIS
On February 16, 1972, a charter plane with 25 Italians aboard landed at the small airport of Hulhule, Maldives. It was the first group of tourists to step on the archipelago. Today about 700,000 tourists arrive every year. The Maldives are submerged in waste, an entire island has become a dumping ground, with the number of fish diminished by a third. Collateral effects of a tourist boon.
A MATTER OF DECENCY
Denmark was the first country to sign the UN Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees in 1951. Over the past decade, however, the national laws have been changed repeatedly, and now Denmark is perceived as being on the verge of breaking international conventions. The Danish people are torn between national interests and international human rights. Some Danish citizens choose civil disobedience in order to help underground refugees.
Produced in 2010, published at the start of 2011 - the content is composed of a documentary film, a timeline, documentation.
BUCHAREST BELOW GROUND
Stories of abuse, violence, economic disasters that some of the 1,500 children face as they live in darkness and secrecy, in the European capital.
Ethiopia is a country full of culture, history, culinary arts and street children. In Addis Ababa more than 10,000 people live in the street, and most are boys, living a life without rights, dreams and hopes. To address this situation a group of young Ethiopians created the organization Hope for Children in Ethiopia in 1997: this is the story of their work.
LIFE AFTER TSUNAMI
Social campaign, 2008
A half million people became homeless in an instant, when a massive tsunami swept the city in the south-east Asia on Christmas 2004. The money collected by the organization DanChurchAid was spent on the emergency in India and Sri Lanka. Now six years have passed, and we find some people who have received assistance from Denmark.
THE AFGHAN DIARIES
Two recruits in a brutal war that has captured the attention of the world. The history of Danish soldiers who risked their lives to defend the "peace-loving nations" against global terrorism.