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La vie apres le conflit au Burundi

"La vie après le conflit au Burundi: Aspects socio-économiques et la guérison du trauma" es un film documentaire qui montre comment une communauté peut être reconstruite avec succès, socialement et économiquement, après un conflit. Le film montre une forte cohésion sociale entre des personnes affectées par la guerre et comment elles peuvent se reunir et devenir une force en se soutenant mutuellement.  English version

Dreams Renewed

Immigrant youth, known as Dreamers, have help renewing their Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival status courtesy of Iowa Justice for Our Neighbors and AFSC. In this two-minute video, they talk about what Deferred Action has meant for them and why we need human immigration reform for everyone.

Life After Conflict in Burundi (English version)

"Life after conflict in Burundi: Socio-economics & trauma healing," produced by AFSC's Burundi program, highlights how people can come together after a conflict to rebuild their lives and communities—both socially and economically.  Video production by Grands Lacs TV, Bujumbura, Burundi. French version 

Asia-Pacific Pivot: Futile Campaign to Reinforce U.S. Hegemony

In January, 2011, then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton announced a major U.S. foreign and military policy initiative: the diplomatic, economic and military pivot to Asia and the Pacific. This speech on the pivot by Joseph Gerson of AFSC’s Peace and Economic Security Program was prepared to help build peace movement capabilities to prevent war and to build shared security solutions to Asia-Pacific tensions.

Visions of Peace 2014

Arts Tech in Kansas City produced this video about the June 2014 "Visions of Peace at the Crossroads" festival organized by AFSC.

From Our Roots / Desde Nuestras Raices - Excerpt

This short documentary, produced by the Pan Valley Institute of the American Friends Service Committee and the PAR team, helps us see inside the process of immigrants' integration into the new society and the cultural conflicts they encounter in such a process.

Moved by Movers and Movements: Reflections from AFSC US staff visiting Palestine and Israel

We will go on air Monday June 16th at 3pm EDT, please tune in then.   

D.C. Human Rights Learning Participants Stand Against Bullying at Dunbar High School

Human Rights Learning participants at Dunbar High School in Washington, D.C. make a statement against bullying through their work with AFSC's DC Peace & Economic Justice Project.