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ABOLITION UNIVERSELLE DE LA PEINE DE MORT

Webreport, 2013

Produced on the occasion of the World Day against the Death Penalty, the report contains interviews with four personalities engaged against the death penalty (Robert Badinter, Jane Birkin, Bruno Podalydès, Richard Sédillot) and a look at the situation in four countries: Lebanon, Benin, Morocco, Mongolia. [eb-hj]

AMMAR 404 - PORTRAITS DE CYBER-RéVOLUTIONNAIRES TUNISIENS

Webreport, 2012

Henda Hendoud, Fatma Arabicca and Astrubal are respectively 29, 36 and 46 years old: three generations of connected Tunisians, committed to the struggle for freedom of expression.

AU COEUR DE LA CENSURE

Webreport, 2011

Mexico, Congo, Russia, Iran, China, with some worries about France and Europe. A report realised by journalism students.

KURDISTAN D'IRAK, DERNIER REFUGE DES CHRÉTIENS PERSÉCUTÉS

Webreport, 2011

A ParisMatch.com 'grand reportage' about the difficult condition of Iraki Christians after Saddam's fall. Made in April 2011 and published in interactive edition on 22 December 2011. Use Chrome for a better experience.

AFGHANISTAN, 10 ANS, 100 REGARDS

Webreport, 2011

Who better than the Afghans can describe current day-to-day life in their country? By working with Webistan agency, Arte Reportage found ten young film directors who, with no directions from Arte, produced their own films. Refugees have their turn to speak as does filmmaker Barmak Akram, who returned to his country for this production, and experts from all over the world who compare their points of view. The work is open to further contributions.

URBAN SURVIVORS

Webreport, 2011

1 out of 10 people today lives in a slum. In Dhaka, Karachi, Johannesburg, Port-au-Prince, Nairobi, five slums where Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) works, seen through the eyes of photographers working for the Noor agency, described by their inhabitants and by the MSF volunteers.

GLOBAL REVOLUTION - LIVE STREAM

Webreport, 2011

With the motto 'Citizen media is not a crime,' Global Revolution brings you live stream video coverage from independent journalists on the ground at nonviolent protests around the world. Currently broadcasting from Liberty Place #OccupyWallStreet protests in NYC that began on Saturday, Sept 17, 2011. See also NYC General Assembly and the Declaration of the Occupation of NYC (09/29/2011). 6 October 2011: Naomi Klein @ Occupy Wall Street interview speech

PASSAGES - A COMMON STRUGGLE FOR CIVIL RIGHTS

Webreport, 2011

Last springtime, a group of US performers traveled to the Middle East on a cultural exchange with the Palestinian National Theatre to perform the play Passages of Martin Luther King. The US Department of State organized 10 performances of the play in Jerusalem and on the West Bank with American and Palestinian artists.

MILLION-DOLLAR WASTELAND

Webreport, 2011

An ongoing investigation by the Washington Post on how the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has mismanaged America’s affordable housing.
Articles, video, graphics, photo galleries, interactive maps, conversations.

 
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