A new series of short documentaries about the Greek crisis has been created to fulfill the need for an alternative crisis narrative. The series shows the people going through their daily routines in a country which is suffering.
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Independent film-maker, Brandon Jourdan, has put together a fascinating 11 minute documentary film outlining the current situation in Egypt under the rule of President Mohamed Morsi and the continuance of the revolution.
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Portugal has taken three years of economic crisis, and has swallowed the bitter pill of EU/IMF-imposed austerity, with little resistance - until now, when the Portuguese have finally started to rebel.
A short, 10-minute documentary, compiled by Brandon Jourdan and Marianne Maeckelbergh, introduces us to the current social crisis in Greece.
Read more and watch video: http://www.digitaljournal.com/article/336097
Iceland’s Foreign Minister, Ossur Skarphedinsson, explains how his country managed to pull itself away from the financial abyss in 2008, without forcing the people to bail out the banks or imposing austerity measures.
The EU, a 27-nation organization, has been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for its historic role in “uniting the continent” and its contributions “to the advancement of peace and reconciliation, democracy and human rights in Europe.”