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The Best of Congo Project focuses on celebrating the development and international establishment of our rich, exuberant culture, traditions and modernized identity. The project carries an important combination of a viral campaign video and classy event (Gala Dinner- 15th April 2017) which will bring together a strong network of Congolese like minded people who share the same goal of establishing and representing Congo in a more positive valuable manner.
Actor Robin Wright sits down with the Guardian’s Ed Pilkington to discuss her new documentary, When Elephants Fight. Subscribe to Guardian Culture ► http://bit.ly/subgdnculture The film draws links between the conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo and the mining of so-called ‘conflict minerals’ such as coltan that continue to spark war in the region. Overall, the country is estimated to have $24tn of minerals under its soil. Yet despite such enormous natural wealth, the country remains one of the most destitute in the world, with one in seven children dying before the age of five, according to Unicef. Wright and her co-producer, JD Stier, are launching a new campaign called #StandWithCongo in hopes of creating a new movement for reform in the region. The Guardian Film Show ► https...
" CSC " CONGOLESE SOLIDARITY CAMPAIGN Building Future Leaders Today Vision and Mission - We stand for: United struggle for Social democracy, accountability, transparency, good governance, and socio-economic human rights - Restoring : Peace, unity, dignity, justice and social cohesion
Playwright, V-Day Founder Eve Ensler and Congolese Gynecologist Dr. Denis Mukwege Raise Awareness on War on Women in DRC Tens of thousands of women have been brutally raped in the DRC as part of an ongoing internal conflict. We speak with playwright and V-Day founder Eve Ensler and Congolese gynecologist Dr. Denis Mukwege, founder of one of the only hospitals that treats victims of rape and mutilation. Dr. Mukwege has helped over 21,000 women in the past decade and was named African of the Year by a Nigerian newspaper last month. [includes rush transcript]
Congo have beaten Egypt only once in seven encounters 20 African teams are competing in the final round of qualifying, Africa could get an extra two slots to its current five in new format. FIFA believe more teams will boost football development globally
As Co-Head of our school Re-BOW (Re-BuildingOurWorld) committee, I produced this awareness video about the current conflict and situation in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Falling Whistles is a campaign for peace in Congo. History tells us that all great shifts have small beginnings. Peace in Congo, or peace anywhere for that matter, won’t come in a single dramatic leap. It will be the accumulation of millions of steps, day after day, away from oppression and toward liberty. Run with us. Visit www.fallingwhistles.com for more details on how you can make a difference www.ladivinegroup.com
To donate, please check out our campaign on indiegogo at http://igg.me/at/congojusticelv/x/4701690 or at www.congojusticelv.org.