Solidarity Online

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ARICA tells the grim story of the Swedish mining company Boliden which, in the mid-1980s, shipped toxic waste to Chile with devastating consequences for the local community.

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The project follows activists on the protests in Hong Kong against the Beijing-influenced administration under Carrie Lam, the protests in Chile against social inequality in the country and in Uganda at the local Fridays for Future protests and actions for climate justice.

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A group of indigenous women risk their lives to stop the Dakota Access oil pipeline construction that desecrated their ancient burial and prayer sites and threatens their land, water, and very existence.

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Investigated through expert interviews and the web lens of Generation Z, the documentary explores how the explosion of the digital revolution is impacting our society, our brains and mental health.

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War and peace is a reflection on images and, as in a great novel divided into four
chapters – remote past, near past, present and future.

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Zimbabwean journalist Gibson wants to know what the younger, Born Free, generation are hoping as their country’s first free election after the removal of Robert Mugabe takes place.

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Delphine’s Prayers is the story of Delphine – a young Cameroonian woman – and her life in Belgium. Through a series of confessions from Delphine, a powerful portrait emerges of a generation of women lost to the dream of a better world in Europe.

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Nicolas is 13. For a long time now, he has been living in a foster home in the Bruche valley. From time to time, Nicolas sees his mother for a christening or a trip to the fairground. But one day he turns 15 and the future approaches.

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Every evening in a popular area of the city of Bobo-Dioulasso in Burkina Faso, Mrs Coda welcomes the children of prostitutes at her home. The young cry then stroll through the 'Black', a lively alley in the city center, until daybreak when they come to pick up their babies.

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In Port-au-Prince, a humanitarian aid organization’s 4x4 vehicle has been hacked: its Haitian passengers now use it to talk about neocolonialism and to denounce the promises of the international community that were made and never kept. Outside, barricades are erected, and the people cry out in anger.