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Lemon Tree

Winner of the 2008 Berlin International Film Festival Audience Award and the Israeli Film Academy Award for best actress, Lemon Tree, with its subtle humor and sunny cinematography, is a delightful, yet devastating film. Read More »

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Village of Lost Hope

Hunger is something that maws at you day and night. It keeps you from going to sleep and it wakes you from sleep. For the young and youthful, it can motivate you to look for food from any source. … Read More»

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Reversed Roles of Grieving Souls: An Unspeakable Account

1991 was to be my graduation year from elementary school. … Read More»

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VOF Month 2 : Keeping Mindanao Whole Again

The Bakwits of My Childhood … Read More»

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"In the Name of Honour" by Shaheen Sultan Dhanji

"In the Name of Honour" is an oil painting by Shaheen Sultan Dhanji - depicting an image of a woman whose voice has been silenced. … Read More»

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Voice of Grassroots!

http://grace.org.pk/GRACE_Newsletter_01-2011.pdf … Read More»

Spread the Word to Protect Cambodian Activist Mu Sochua

Cambodian member of parliament, women's rights advocate, and PulseWire member Mu Sochua is in imminent danger of arrest following unfounded accusations of defamation against Cambodia's prime minister. Read More »

Ushering In Cambodia’s Peace

As Cambodia tries members of the Khmer Rouge for genocide and crimes against humanity, renowned lawyer, activist, and survivor of the killing fields Theary Seng pursues a long-awaited healing for her people. Read More »

"At 9 years old, I found myself without my mother and father, displaced in a cold, violent, anarchic, incomprehensible world, without shelter or the security of a home. The Khmer Rouge had shredded my heart."

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Butterflies Over the Graves

It is my last day in Cambodia. I am sitting in a crowded courtroom staring through bulletproof glass at the man who presided over the killing and torturing of more than 16,000 people in Tuol Sleng prison. Read More »

"Yet, at every turn, the clear, valiant voices of so many women pierced this layer of sorrow."

New Year Baby

Suddenly confronted with the history of her family’s survival under Cambodia's Khmer Rouge, Socheata Poeuv documents the story of coming to know of her own past and that of her family. New Year Baby tells of Poeuv's birth in a refugee camp and explores the lives and experiences of Poeuv's family members, some of whom she had never before met. Read More »

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