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Suggested age range: 11- adult
As well as telling the story of the Drop the Debt journey so far, the disk includes footage and interviews from the Journey to Justice event in May 2008. The DVD is designed to be a multimedia resource compilation for investigating global poverty issues for use in schools, congregations and groups, with PowerPoints, activities and briefings in themed sections.
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Suggested age range: 11 - adult
Format: QuickTime file
This highly engaging clip looks at poverty and debt relief from a unique and highly imaginative angle. Originally made by award-winning director Anthony Minghella for Jubilee 2000, it has recently been updated for 2007.
Suggested age range: 12 - 16 years
Format: VHS, DVD
This inspiring film, aimed at young people, explains the debt crisis and what individuals can do to help. It uses footage from the Birmingham Young People's Parliament and material from indebted poor countries to tackle the issue of third world debt in a fast-moving and dynamic way that challenges the viewer to take action.
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Life After Debt
Suggested age range: 13 - 16 years
This powerful and illuminating teaching resource presents three case studies showing debt relief in practice: the films focus on education, agriculture and healthcare respectively.
Suggested age range: 10 - 16 years
Contemporary songs (with accompanying video-clips) about debt relief and issues of poverty, by a group of young people living in the slums of Nairobi.
A Matter of Interest
Suggested age range: 11 - 14 years
A low-budget but effective animated film. The graphics are clear and simple and the message well presented. The comparisons between Maisy's high street business, the imaginary Brazico and the real third world cases give variety and insight.
2005 - The Year of Make Poverty History
Suggested age range: 11 - 19 years
A collection of footage from key campaigning events for Make Poverty History in 2005.
Who Rules the World?
Suggested age range: 14 - 16 years
A comprehensive resource pack featuring two videos and a teacher's booklet with a range of activities for different ability levels, plus photocopiable resources. Fictionalised description and powerful critique of the World Bank, based mainly on the fictional East African country of Motswana.
Suggested age range: 15 - 18 years; adults
Powerful exploration of the history of debt in Mali, and the problems the ongoing debt crisis is creating for the people of Mali.
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