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January 18, 2017

The Emergency Helix: A Framework for Strengthening Public Health Emergency Response with Social and Behavior Change Communication (SBCC)

"In the same way that the structure of DNA ensures stability over long periods of time yet allows for adaptation to the changing environment, The Emergency Helix describes a communication backbone...

January 18, 2017

The Emergency Helix: A Framework for Strengthening Public Health Emergency Response with Social and Behavior Change Communication (SBCC)

"In the same way that the structure of DNA ensures stability over long periods of time yet allows for adaptation to the changing environment, The Emergency Helix describes a communication backbone...

February 22, 2016

Contributions of Latin American Perspectives to a Global Theory of Health Communication

“The Latin American theoretical tradition provides insights into self-determination, local ownership and empowerment as central to the “praxis” in communication with participants actively involved in...

November 4, 2015

The Urban Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health Social and Behavior Change Communications Implementation Kit

"The social and cultural context surrounding young people growing up in urban areas is...different, in both positive and negative ways, affecting the health behaviors of young men and women, which...

November 2, 2015

Integrating Family Planning and Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health Services

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September 7, 2015

Fighting Fear and Stigma with Accurate Information

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September 2, 2015

Assessment of Family Planning Use in Bauchi and Sokoto States, Nigeria

"The focus of this report is to understand the family planning [FP] context in Northern Nigeria through a literature review. It will also assess changes in modern contraceptive use in Bauchi and...

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Interviews

Maximiliano Menna Lanzillotto - Nieto restituído 121

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Length: 
2´04´´
Year of Production: 
November 24, 2016
Languages: 
Español

Este video contiene una breve entrevista a Maximiliano Menna Lanzillotto, grabada en 2016, a dos semanas del descubrimiento de su verdadera identidad por parte de las Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo. Durante esta conversación, Lanzilotto explica el impacto psicológico del descubrimiento de su verdadera identidad y cuenta cómo fue su re-encuentro con los miembros de su familia biológica y cuál fue su impresión conociendo en carne propia el trabajo de las Abuelas. A la fecha, las Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo han resuelto exitosamente 121 casos, siendo Maximiliano Menna el más reciente de ellos. 

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Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo es una organización no gubernamental que crearon en 1977 las madres de mujeres y hombres desaparecidos cuyos hijos, pequeños al momento de la detención o nacidos ya en cautiverio, fueron a su vez separados de los padres secuestrados y entregados a otras familias bajo una falsa identidad. Desde entonces las madres de los jóvenes padres desaparecidos han estado organizadas en esta asociación, empeñadas en localizar y restituir la identidad de sus nietos extraviados. Estas desapariciones fueron responsabilidad de las fuerzas armadas de Argentina durante la dictadura militar que gobernó ese país desde 1976 hasta 1983.
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Blanco y negro
Genre: 
Institucional

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"Hay que morir alguna vez en la vida" - Entrevista a Malala Yousafzai

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Con solo 16 años es un icono global contra el integrismo. Los talibanes le arrebataron su

infancia a balazos. Sin miedo. Sin rencores. Esta es su historia

Es diminuta pero posee una cabeza rotunda, una cabeza que destaca en la delicadeza de su cuerpo de elfo. Viste

ropas tradicionales pastún de alegres colores y su cara está enmarcada en un bonito chal estampado de flores y

colocado con gracia. Se le ve el cabello, detalle muy importante en la tremenda jerarquía de tocados musulmanes

para mujeres, desde la siniestra y carcelaria burka hasta el ligero hiyab. Parece una figurilla de belén, una

pastorcita de terracota. “Le voy a contar algo de mí”, le digo nada más sentarnos en la fea y burocrática sala

privada de un hotel de Birmingham, que es donde se está celebrando el encuentro. “Verá, yo he hecho muchas

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Entrevista a Lise Kingo, directora ejecutiva del Pacto Global

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¿Cree usted que las empresas están entendiendo la importancia de involucrarse en la implementación de la agenda de desarrollo sostenible?

En mi experiencia interactuando con empresas he percibido que muchas valoran el hecho de que por primera vez en mucho tiempo todos los jefes de gobierno del mundo han acordado una serie de objetivos que determinarán el curso de la agenda por los próximos 15 años. A las empresas les gusta esta claridad. Creo que las empresas que son miembros del Pacto Global están muy familiarizadas con el desarrollo sustentable y entienden que estos objetivos dirigirán el curso de las inversiones y las prioridades gubernamentales y por ello se alinearon rápidamente a la nueva agenda. 

Ahora queda el desafío de que el resto de las empresas se comprometa y entienda que los Objetivos Globales son un asunto estratégico para sus negocios.

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Entrevista a Michael Schulz

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Carolina Tello (CT): Para algunas personas, los Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible son bastante utópicos, ¿qué cree usted se pueda hacer o se deba hacer para que estos sean realizables?

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Entrevista a Gabriela Agosto, Secretaria Ejecutiva del Consejo Nacional de Coordinación de Políticas Sociales de Argentina

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¿Cuál es el estado de situación del proceso de adaptación de las metas de los ODS en la Argentina? ¿Cuándo se presentará el Marco Nacional?

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Entrevista con Simeón, Herzon y Natividad Pérez

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En esta entrevista Simeón, Herzon y Natividad Pérez , habitantes del Pato y el Guayabero en la reserva de La Macarena, narran cómo han sido desplazados y acosados varias veces. Es un ejemplo de la violencia que han sufrido los campesinos de la zona, que los ha obligado a desplazarse y colonizar nuevas tierras.

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Entrevista con Manuel Cano

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En esta entrevista Manuel Cano, cultivador de marihuana y tabaco, coexiste de arroz y explotador de maderas finas que se vendían en los depósitos de Bogotá, cuenta cómo se iniciaron los aserríos de cedro rosado o cedro Caquetá y a caza de tigres en la reserva ecológica de La Macarena.

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Entrevista con Jesús (Chucho) Montoya

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En esta entrevista Chucho Montoya, cultivador de coca y colono asentado en el bajo Caguán, narra cómo y por qué llegó a la reserva de La Macarena y cuál fue el origen de las FARC, la guerrilla más poderosa de Colombia.

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Entrevista con Vicente Falla y Gerardo Cubillos

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Estos campesinos, afincados en la reserva de La Macarena en Colombia, una de las reservas biológicas más importantes de América, cuentan cómo llegaron a invadir estas tierras hace 20 o 25 años y cómo - como ellos mismos dicen - unidos y sin distingo de colores políticos, abrieron vías de penetración, construyeron puentes, escuelas y otras obras en una reserva natural. Y ahora luchan por un realinderamiento de la reserva para legalizar sus tierras.

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Entrevista con Alfonso Cano

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Los primeros intentos de diálogo entre la guerrilla de las FARC y el gobierno colombiano, se llevan a cabo durante el gobierno del presidente Belisario Betancour, en la población de La Uribe, la sede principal del secretariado de las Farc, máxima autoridad del grupo guerrillero.

Posteriormente, la Asamblea Nacional Constituyente, que formuló la actual constitución política de Colombia en 1991, le dio un nuevo impulso a las conversaciones de paz, esta vez entre el recién elegido presidente César Gaviria y los grupos que conformaban la Coordinadora Guerrillera Simón Bolívar (CGSB).

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