SAMPLES OF DEV.TV CORPORATE VIDEOSJanuary 2002
SELECTION OF DEV.TV CORPORATE VIDEOS
UNESCO INTERNATIONAL BUREAU OF EDUCATION:
Portrait of Amapola Alama, Head of Programme (French)
2010: INTERNATIONAL YEAR OF BIODIVERSITY
The United Nations declared 2010 to be the International Year of Biodiversity. It is a celebration of life on earth and of the value of biodiversity for our lives.
The world is invited to take action in 2010 to safeguard the variety of life on earth: biodiversity. (UNEP & Convention on Biological Diversity)
TDR - TROPICAL DISEASE RESEARCH: research for a changing world
This video was produced by the Global Health Council as part of the 2011 Gates Global Health award given to TDR. It outlines TDR’s main achievements and history since its inception, and includes interviews with ministers of health, heads of research institutions, and representatives of WHO offices from around the world.
ILO - INTERNATIONAL LABOUR OFFICE: Making Decent Work a Reality for Migrant Workers
Decent work and the search for jobs lie at the heart of international migration and development debates. Migrant workers should have access to the same rights and protections as national workers, but often end up in situations of exploitation and abuse at work. They often work for poor wages, with little to no social protection and are often the subject of labour market discrimination. During and beyond the 2013 UN General Assembly High-level Dialogue on International Migration and Development, the ILO will continue to promote effectively operating labour markets offering decent work to all workers, including migrants.
UNEP - UNITED NATIONS ENVIRONMENT PROGRAMME: A Green New Deal
Conference video made for the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). Shown to delegates at a conference to launch UNEP’s ‘Green New Deal’ initiative. The video shows the amount of work already taking place across the world, placing the environment at the heart of economic planning.
WIPO: Building Brands Empowering Communities
Products with distinctive characteristics linked to their territory of origin, if effectively branded, can represent an important source of income for local producers and farmers.
Watch the stories of nine communities in Panama, Uganda and Thailand where intellectual property is being used to develop local businesses. World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO)
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Topic(s):Agriculture / Conflict / Conservation / Culture / Development / Education / Environment / Economics / Health / Humanitarian / Natural disaster / Post-conflict / Refugees / Technology / Wildlife / Human rights / Nature / Politics / Violence /