1) Hub user Radiowalker brings us Internews Radio for Darfur Refugees and Displaced Chadians, the story of three community radio stations in Chad in which the news stories are produced by refugees and internally displaced people themselves. By helping spread vital information that might otherwise not reach those living in the camps, the radio programs have helped protect some women from violence and attacks, says reporter and refugee Houzna Arabi. Definitely worth watching:
2) From film collective a-films, a series of videos about some of the social and economic hardships facing Palestinian refugees in Lebanon. Bourj ash-Shamali: Harvesting Oranges takes us into the world of agricultural day laborers that work long hours but lack proper healthcare and other basic rights such as the right to fair wages. Watch Part 1 below and then visit a-films' media library on the Hub to see the rest and learn how to get involved.
3) On the Global Week of Action Against Debt and International Financial Institutions, this video from Jubilee USA covers some of the achievements and challenges that still remain after 10 years of the global debt relief movement. While $88 billion in debt cancellation to 25 countries has already been granted, the Jubilee Debt Campaign estimates that roughly $400 billion still needs to be canceled in order for governments of developing countries to be able to meet their people's basic needs. Watch and then click here for resources and action links of ways you can get involved.