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NotiAlarmes – Alfonso Pedrajas Foundation – Tiquipaya, Bolivia

video iconIn 2012 The Democracy Center worked with a group of young journalists and climate change activists, supported by the Alfonso Pedrajas Foundation, to make this film about climate change in Bolivia. Over two days the group of 11-19 year olds conceived, scripted, produced and acted the content, and the Democracy Center did the filming and editing. The group decided to explore the impacts of climate change by shooting a ‘news bulletin’ documenting the kinds of crises that make the real news in Bolivia, but also with a clear message to the public to get involved in helping make a change.

NotiAlarmes II

A year later many of the same group, supported by the Alfonso Pedrajas Foundation, PADEM
the Centro Cuarto Intermedio collaborated to produce a second instalment of NotiAlarmes – this time focused specifially on water. This one is only in Spanish though…

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