Poverty and Trade : Films
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22 July 2003
Christian Aid has produced a selection of short video clips in support of its campaign for Trade Justice. The films cover a number of subjects, including the recent UK event 24 Hours for Trade Justice, and, UK actor, Kwame Kwei-Armah, reports on the impact of unfair trade in Senegal.
30 June 2003
Tobacco kills almost five million people every year, according to the World Health Organisation. The devastating health effects of tobacco consumption have been widely publicised. Less well known is the damage tobacco growing can do to development in poor, southern countries. Up In Smoke, Television Trust for the Environment's (TVE) new programme in its Life series, explores the impact of the industry in the southern African country of Malawi.
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