Jonathan Granoff, Esq., President of the Global Security Institute, describes how a more peaceful world can be achieved without the extraordinary threat of nuclear weapons. Produced by:TALKWORKS FILMS 2015—http://www.talkworks.info/ Language: English
An incredible voice for the environment, women and peace, Nobel Peace Prize laureate Wangari Maathai speaks of the connection between peace and the environment. Produced by: Pierre Terre, 10/17/2006 Language: English Run Time: 2 min. 12 sec. Story Level
The many efforts of groups around the world are converging for justice, peace, the end of poverty, the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals, and the restoration of a healthy planet.
Got Bomb? is a student project by (then) Drexel University filmmakers Bunker Seyfert and Heather Craig, by screenwriter Corey Jacobs – starring a Philadelphia-based cast.
In the face of many obstacles, we meet a courageous group of women who have organized to change their world. Throughout India, women are forming ‘self-help groups’ (SHGs) to combat the many issues facing them. With the great help of
Dr. Craig Eisendrath, formerly Chairman of the Project for Nuclear Awareness (PNA), speaks about the grave risks of nuclear weapons if they are placed in earth orbit by the US as proposed.
My friend and alter ego Pierre presents the great ‘Sustainable Lawrence’ community design event in 2006. The late and very amazing, inspirational Ralph Copleman was one of the leaders of the event. The community used a ‘Future Search’ format that engaged
Ideas That Bring People Together A message of greeting and hope from renowned traveler and humanitarian Paul Osimo – also a Rotary International member and Past District Governor (PDG) heavily involved in humanitarian relief efforts to Madagascar, India, central Asia
What if the President of the United States said everything you always wanted?
A World that Works for Everyone By Jay Walljasper Original article in Notre Dame Magazine: http://magazine.nd.edu/news/27932-a-world-that-works-for-everyone/ PUBLISHED: WINTER 2011-12 POSTED IN: CAMPUS & COMMUNITY AND CURRENT AFFAIRS You would expect Notre Dame’92s Mendoza College of Business to focus its teaching
We filmed at the Occupy Wall Street protests recently. One of the wonderful things to emerge in these protests has been the Consensus Democracy approach: broad, highly inclusive, community-focused and introspective – everyone has a voice. This form of decision-making
Prerna Girls School is a part of the Study Hall School in Lucknow, India. It serves the largely impoverished girl children of the surrounding slums, by providing educations to 540 girls from kindergarten through 12th grade (as of June 2010).
Pierre meets a coral, and asks how a colonial animal can be many lives and one life, in harmony, at the same time…. Language: English Run Time: 1 min. 30 sec. Story Level 1 = Intended for all children or
Paolo Lugari, the founder of Las Gaviotas in Colombia, describes the incredible energy of the human spirit, and some examples of how it has transformed Las Gaviotas into a world-famous example of sustainable living – in a harsh environment. Interview
Senator Abacca Anjain Madisson of Rongelap, Marshall Islands, describes how her country was struck by 67 nuclear weapons during Pacific Islands testing by the United States. The devastating consequences of this testing have lingered for generations among her people, and led
AfroPop Star Singer Jean Paul Samputu speaks of the forgiveness that is healing Rwanda, as neighbors re-discover that they can live together. Mizero Children was founded by Jean Paul to help heal the orphans of Rwanda from the genocide, HIV/AIDS
Hope over fear. With this intention, leading experts on the risks of nuclear weapons, space weaponization, nuclear proliferation, Iran, North Korea and nuclear terrorism gathered to develop a path toward “A World Free of Nuclear Weapons” – a path forward
In the forest there is no such thing as garbage! Everything works together without harming anybody.They find ways to get along because they need each other. Pierre talks about how people can learn to think like a forest. When we