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Videocameras with a purpose

how can video become a catalyst for change

Trust is fragile

denounce is good, restore is better

The Guantanamo lawyers

the excellent work of REPRIEVE

Jobs for the incarcerated

insights from the Ella Baker Center

Is there justice for the homeless, addicts, and sex workers?

living in the margins in Canada

New Zealand's Snowden

meet Nick Hager

The Briton who sacrificed himself for Burma

the story of James Mawdsley

Because they happen to be women

the work of CCJ

Is it so difficult to be a compassionate lawyer?

Shauneen Lambe and her fight for children defendants

Believe the experienced

Junior Smart and the problem in Britain’s criminal system

Discuss your conflicts, overcome your racism

the efforts of Krzysztof Czyzewski

Voiceless indigenes say it with a video

the excellent project 'Video in the Villages'

Study or die

migration as a response to poverty and the step beyond

Stop them before going to the judge

Eva Marszewski and the Peace Builders

The Brazilian women as targets

and the project of a lawyer

So you thought slavery was a thing of the past?

the fight against human trafficking in the US and Argentina

Restorative justice for repeat offenders

an outstanding centre in South Africa

Your best resource in the field of social change

Craig Zelizer and the PCDN

Navayana: changing caste injustice in India

the Navayana method

What happened when torture survivors met the students

the Torture Abolition Project

Turning away from the gangs in South Africa

why bad kids are not born

They too are Harvard

an original photo and video campaign

How do you reintegrate the 200.000 imprisoned young people of Brazil?

the strategy of Carlos Andre Abreu Carneiro

Is your country censoring you?

discover an original project

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