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(The Juba Film Festival is made possible with a sub-grant from the USAID I-STREAM project implemented by Internews.)
In South Sudan, one man's passion is encouraging more people in the war-torn country to venture into film production.
Establishing a firm legal basis for refugee burden sharing, if only within the European Union, begins the process of recognizing that rich developed states too should take on the challenging task of refugee resettlement and integration.
For communicating climate reality, journalists Howie Severino (GMA 7), Imelda Abano (PNEJ), Atom Araullo (ABS-CBN), and Voltaire Tupaz (Rappler) are recognized at the premiere screening of the documentary "An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to power," on Monday, August 28.