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My Dreams Are Huge: Disability In South Africa
For South Africans with disabilities, achieving success and fulfilment can be a daunting prospect. But does that mean you can’t dream big? 21st Century: Episode #122
Argentina: The Nuclear Solution On Cancer
More than 12 million people globally are diagnosed with cancer each year. But what used to be a death-sentence now needn’t be. In Argentina, cutting-edge technology is offering new hope. 21st Century: Episode #122
India- Girls For Sale
In India – a child is abducted every 8 minutes. Most are girls. A third are never found.
Canada- A History of Violence
Canada is facing an under-reported crisis. Since 1980, more than eleven hundred indigenous women and girls have been murdered or gone missing.
Julio and Jorge- Beyond The Labyrinth
Around the world, people with intellectual disabilities are too often feared and shut away.
Road Safety, Global Killer. Death on the world’s roads – can we bring the numbers down?
In this episode of 21st Century we focus on a global epidemic : each year, one and a quarter million people die on the world’s roads. We know how to bring the numbers down, but will we do it ? 21st Century: Episode #119
21st Century Trailer 2016
21st Century is an award-winning monthly newsmagazine programme produced by United Nations Television (UNTV). The programme puts a spotlight on some of the world’s forgotten stories, incorporating compelling storytelling and balanced,
Nepal: Rebuilding After the Earthquake
Nepal has a long way to go after the 2015 earthquake. Many children lost their parents – and their schools. Today, we look at how one village – and one family – is trying to rebuild.
Ukraine: Televising Democracy
In 2014 Ukraine’s government was ousted by protestors calling for greater transparency and less corruption. Since then armed conflict has killed ten thousand and displaced millions – but hopes for a more open society have not gone away.
China: Electronic waterbasket
The digital revolution - smart phones, ipads, and computers – is leaving a digital mountain of e-waste. China is one of the largest producer – and discarder – of electronic devices. Now it’s looking for solutions.
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