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World Bank Film Competition – Social Dimensions of Climate Change

The world bank has a call for submissions of short 2-5 minute documentaries that show the social effects or aspects of climate change. The deadline for the competition is October 24th 2008. They would like submissions from developing countries (particularly from the youth), covering any of the following categories.

- Conflict: As climate change results in scarcity of resources and economic and, in many cases, political instability, how may it lead to social unrest and armed conflict?

- Migration: Are there any links between climate change and population migration?

- Social Policy: How do governments prepare effective social policy to meet climate change challenges?

- Drylands: What is the social response in drylands related to climate change?

- Urban Space: How do climate change adaptation measures take into account the needs of the poor in the urban environment?

- Rural Institutions: How do local level institutions in agrarian societies build capacity to handle risks associated to climate change and deliver solutions?

- Indigenous Peoples: How are Indigenous Peoples responding and adapting to the impacts of climate change?

- Gender: Are there different implications of climate change for men and women, boys and girls? How or where can instances of this be seen?

- Governance: How can social accountability be promoted in climate action?

- Forests: What are the threats and opportunities for local communities in efforts to reduce emissions from deforestation and degradation?

- Human Rights: What are the human rights implications of climate change?
More information about the competition is available here.
Below is the call for submissions video.

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  • Very interesting. Will all of the videos be posted on youtube?

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