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How to ... make an interactive documentary

How to ... make an interactive documentary | CA Test | Scoop.it
Christian Aid's 'Big River Rising' documentary has been shortlisted for a digital media award. Emma Wigley shares her five top tips to get a similar project off the ground
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Brazil's hidden horrors

Brazil's hidden horrors | CA Test | Scoop.it
Rachel Baird opens our eyes to the dark side of Brazil, where fighting for your rights, and the rights of others, can be a battle with fatal consequences.
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A serious food crisis is brewing in Haiti – here's how to stop it

A serious food crisis is brewing in Haiti – here's how to stop it | CA Test | Scoop.it
Prospery Raymond: Haiti's farmers need investment in seed banks and water management to help them sell their produce
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Christian Aid voices deep concern at talk of aid money being spent on military intervention in fragile states

Hear Christian Aid’s Head of Humanitarian, Nick Guttmann, respond to David Cameron’s comments today (21 Feb 2013).
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The link between tax dodging and global hunger

The link between tax dodging and global hunger | CA Test | Scoop.it

18 months since the Baptist Union of Great Britain endorsed Christian Aid's Trace the Tax campaign, Churches Campaigns Manager Alasdair Roxburgh talks about the campaign and looks at tax issues within the IF campaign.

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Lebanon: The struggle to survive after escaping Syria | Johanna Rogers | Independent Editor's choice Blogs

Lebanon: The struggle to survive after escaping Syria | Johanna Rogers | Independent Editor's choice Blogs | CA Test | Scoop.it

In Lebanon, the despair of refugees forced by conflict to flee their homes in neighbouring Syria is all-consuming. They have found shelter wherever they can – in makeshift camps beside rubbish dumps or bedding down in disused factories – but yearn for the lives they have been forced to abandon. With accommodation in many cases precarious at best, no employment and no schooling for their children – these are desperate times.

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Mali conflict: why local partnership is invaluable to humanitarian assistance

Mali conflict: why local partnership is invaluable to humanitarian assistance | CA Test | Scoop.it
In times of crisis it can be difficult to reach those most in need, but building partnerships with affected communities can give unrivalled access, says Yacouba Kone
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Brazil’s big landowners have far too much power, by Rachel Baird

Brazil’s big landowners have far too much power, by Rachel Baird | CA Test | Scoop.it
I knew that it was dangerous to get in the way of Brazil’s big landowners, but it was only after the recent second murder that I looked at the statistics - and realised there seems to be a killing spree.
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One in Three Boycott Tax Avoiders, by Rachel Baird

One in Three Boycott Tax Avoiders, by Rachel Baird | CA Test | Scoop.it
We knew that people felt strongly about tax evasion and avoidance - but the results of our latest opinion poll still shocked us.
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David Cameron's 'aid for military' comments slammed by range of NGOs - The Guardian

David Cameron's 'aid for military' comments slammed by range of NGOs - The Guardian | CA Test | Scoop.it
Telegraph.co.uk David Cameron's 'aid for military' comments slammed by range of NGOs The Guardian Following David Cameron's announcement that he is open to spending more aid on peacekeeping and security operations, Christian Aid said any such move...
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