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    video-trustdocs "You don't belong here" - Steven's story of statelessness

    Ten years ago Steven came to Britain seeking asylum. He was refused and told to return to his country. But he can’t because that country doesn’t recognise him. By Liz Mermin and Emma Batha | Tue, 16 Sep 2014
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    video-trustdocs A Syrian in Paris - Jaafar's story

    Jaafar, the 25 year-old son of a Syrian political exile, went to help with the war in Syria until he was left stateless By Liz Mermin\ Tristan Martin | Thu, 17 Dec 2015
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    video-trustdocs From Aleppo to Melilla: Raed's story

    Raed, a Syrian refugee, is waiting for his paperwork in the Spanish enclave Melilla before he can start new life in Spain By Shanshan Chen | Tue, 17 Feb 2015
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    video-trustdocs Vienna's refugee hotel

    As 2015 draws to a close we are republishing some of our best documentaries of the year. Many hotels offer guests great views, luxurious rooms, but there is one hotel that offers something for refugees – a job By Amelia Wong | Wed, 16 Dec 2015
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    video-first-person India’s female firefighters extinguish gender stereotypes

    Nirma Chaudhary was married before 18 but, thanks to support from her family, she has become one of Rajasthan's first female firefighters By Nita Bhalla | Wed, 11 Feb 2015
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    MODERN SLAVERY UK: The lawyer

    Criminal defence lawyer Philippa Southwell on representing trafficking victims forced to commit crimes By Katie Nguyen and Liz Mermin | Thu, 26 Feb 2015
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    Chandni's story: India's street kid reporters

    Sixteen-year-old Chandni is editor of Balaknama, a newspaper written by and for street children in northern India. Until she was 10, Chandni had never been to school, but now she has the chance to give a voice to other street kids like her By Nita Bhalla | Fri, 11 Apr 2014
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    video-trustdocs Damascus to Kessel Eik: Hanadi's story

    Hanadi is a Syrian starting a new life in the Netherlands as one of fewer than 150,000 Syrians to be granted asylum in Europe since the conflict began. By Liz Mermin and Shanshan Chen | Tue, 9 Dec 2014
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    On the Kenyan Campaign Trail: Grace Omondi

    By Katy Migiro/AlertNet | Fri, 1 Mar 2013
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    Manju, Coolie No. 15 - Jaipur Junction's lady porter

    By Nita Bhalla | Wed, 15 May 2013
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    Climate Conversations: Chuck Leavell

    Chuck Leavell, keyboardist for The Rolling Stones, is an outspoken activist on conservation and environmental issues, including the need for effective action to curb climate change. In this video, he speaks to the Thomson Reuters Foundation’s climate change editor, Laurie Goering, about how extreme weather is leading to growing awareness that “climate change is real” and that political leaders “need to be doing something” – as well as what The Rolling Stones and other musical artists are doing to cut their own carbon footprints. By Laurie Goering | Tue, 30 Jul 2013
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    VIDEO:Hrair Sarkissian-Witnessing Syria’s public executions

    In this video, Syrian photographer Hrair Sarkissian shares his thoughts about his work "Execution Squares" about Syria's public executions before civil war. By Shanshan Chen and Alex Whiting | Wed, 15 Jan 2014
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    What is food insecurity? An explanation

    Food insecurity is the reason 925 million people go to bed hungry despite there being enough food to feed the planet. Thomson Reuters Foundation explains what food (in)security is, and why it is important By Amelia Wong / Alex Whiting | Tue, 1 May 2012