A film about Activista’s work in Nepal: Youngsters stand together for a better future.ActionAid Denmark supports poor young people in Nepal and their struggle for better conditions, the right to land and a future without hunger through Activista Nepal.
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18 March 2013 Along the Winding Road (2012), A Gathering Storm (2010), Breathing Space (2009)
06 June 2012 Much work lies ahead for head of states, if the Rio +20 summit will lead to more than fine words. But it can be done, if politicians want it. ActionAid Denmark’s Kirsten Hjørnholm Sorensen is currently in New York to follow the latest round in the world's heads of states meet in Rio de Janeiro for the Rio+20 conference on sustainable development.
04 June 2012 The project ‘Youth Innovative Participation in Civic Engagement’ has been successful in activating youth in civil society issues and in making impacts in their local communities. One of the project’s five groups has succeeded in fighting environmental issues in Al Russaifa, which has lead to the reopening of Al-Russaifa Park.
04 June 2012 For two intensive weeks 8 Danish nursing- and therapist students from Metropol University College visited the Middle East as part of their studies. Arranged by ActionAid Denmark’s project Global Contact the young students visited hospitals in the occupied Palestinian territories in order to learn about the health care system in an international context.
04 June 2012 In April ActionAid Denmark’s training unit conducted a training of 30 working children in Jordan. The training took place in cooperation with the ‘Social Support Centre’ that is providing education for adolescents in the labour marked. Two Global Platform trainers prepared a programme focusing on self-improvement, gender related issues, communication and critical thinking, and described the outcome as very successful.