Shangri-La to hell in ten years: How did Nepal, a peaceful landlocked country, become home to the most dramatic Maoist insurgency in modern history? RETURNED: Child Soldiers of Nepal's Maoist Army tells the personal story of Nepali boys and girls as they attempt to rebuild their lives after fighting a Maoist revolution. Through the voices of former child soldiers, the film examines why these children joined the Maoists and explores the prevention of future recruitment. For many of the children of Nepal's Maoist Army, the return home can be even more painful than the experience of war. Go to nepaldocumentary.com for more information.
Learn more at www.coexistdocumentary.org. The African Movie Academy Award-nominated documentary film, Coexist, tells the stories of trauma survivors searching for ways to coexist with their loved ones murderers. As killing continues in Rwanda today and the government forces citizens to consider reconciliation, we examine the varied paths survivors choose when forced to face enemies and former enemies every day.
Learn more at www.dbmcommunications.com. Congratulations to the team at DBM Communications for winning the 2013 Communicator Awards of Distinction (Silver) for the animated web video that Robert Koenig and Douglas B. Maddox produced for www.getwindchime.com!
Learn more at www.mountvernonschool.org. Established in 1972, Mount Vernon Presbyterian School, serving students in Preschool through the 12th grade, is located in the heart of Sandy Springs within the metropolitan Atlanta area on a 37 acre campus.
This is the pilot episode of Global Health Narratives - Global Scope Scoop. This series is being produced as a supplement to the book "Global Health Narratives: A Reader for Youth"
Robert Koenig wrote, produced, edited, and designed the graphics for this promo.
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