Women tortured, imprisoned, murdered: Human rights in Pakistan | Guardian Docs
Video Published on Nov 14, 2014
Alixandra Fazzina, a photojournalist, spent five years collecting the stories and pictures of women surviving conflict in Pakistan. Now, as fundamentalism spreads across the country she finds herself no longer permitted to move among them but free to tell their stories.
Mentally ill people found chained by families and left to die after typhoon Haiyan
Video Published on Nov 6, 2014
This powerful film, filmed and directed by Simon Rawles and produced by Vishva Samani, shows mentally ill people shackled in cages by their families in the Philippines. Their situation was revealed by local organisations searching for vulnerable survivors in the aftermath of typhoon Haiyan. They were shocked to find one man who had been trapped by his family for 16 years; he had been left to die. Another six people were found in the town of San Remigio, northern Cebu, where this film is shot
'Death with Dignity' Advocate Brittany Maynard Has Died
Video Published on Oct 29, 2014
Brittany Maynard made headlines in October when she announced very publicly that she would opt to take her own life. The terminally ill 29-year-old was only given six months to live due to a rare form brain cancer. The Death with Dignity advocate did take her own life on Nov. 2, but not before sending one message to the world. Oregon is only one of five states — including Washington, Montana, Vermont and New Mexico — that have Death with Dignity laws.
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