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{wacc location="London, United Kingdom"}{teaser}Pastors and grassroots leaders in Nigeria to advocate for rights of people living with HIV and AIDS.{/teaser}

At the 64th edition of the Festival de Cannes (11-22 May 2011) the Ecumenical Jury chose as winner of its Prize the film This must be the place,directed by Paolo Sorrentino (Italy, France, Ireland 2011)....

By María Teresa Aveggio, Programme ManagerCommunicators attending WSF in Senegal commit to defend communication rights  Meeting in Dakar, Senegal,  during the World Social Forum, 6-11 February 2011, representatives of more than 60 communication organisations declared that the right to communicate is a fundamental right and...

At the Berlin International Film Festival 2011 the Ecumenical Jury’s Prize in Competition was awarded to Jodaeiye Nader Az Simin (Nader and Simin, A Separation) directed by Asghar Farhadi (Iran, 2011).

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At the 63rd Locarno International Festival of Film held 4-14 August 2010 the Ecumenical Jury awarded its prize to Morgen directed by Marian Crisan (France/Romania/Hungary, 2010).

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At the 60th Berlin International Film Festival 2010 the Ecumenical Jury awarded its Competition prize to Bal (Honey) directed by Semih Kaplanoglu (Turkey/Germany, 2010).

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