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New York: PLURAL+ 2014 Youth Video Festival Awards Ceremony
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The United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) are proud to announce The PLURAL+ 2014 International Jury Award Winners from Spain, Canada and Jordan. The PLURAL+ 2014 winners will accept their awards and share their videos on December 4th, 2014, 7pm-8pm, with a reception to follow at the the Paley Center for Media, New York. Admission is free of charge. Everyone is welcome.

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PLURAL+ is a youth video festival focusing on migration, diversity and social inclusion, emphasizing intercultural dialogue, youth expression and the desire for peace and better understanding world- wide. It is a joint initiative of the UNAOC and IOM, with the support of many partner organizations from across the world. Over the last six years, PLURAL+ has received over 950 video entries representing 113 countries from around the world.

The 2014 winners of the PLURAL + International Jury Awards for the age categories of 9-12, 13-17 and 18-25, respectively, are: Aldo Abril, Mauricio Buendía, Sofía Marvizón, César Hernández, María Hernández and the team from Telekids Workshop (Spain); Michael Born, William Snyder, Matthew Steinman & Nathan Martin (Canada); and Al-Mothana Al-Ghizzawi and Anas Yahya from BlueLight Film Productions (Jordan).

With the support of PLURAL+ Partners, other award winning videos will be screened and discussed prior to the International Jury Award Ceremony during the daytime workshops. These videos include entries from India, Hungary, Italy, Mexico, Indonesia, Australia, Palestine, Dominican Republic and Malaysia, among other countries. Many of the youth video makers will be in New York attending the workshops and the Awards Ceremony.

The Partner Award Workshops will take place from 4pm to 6.30pm.

The International Jury Awards Ceremony will start at 7pm, followed by a reception sponsored by CW Film Foundation.

The Paley Center for Media is located at 25 West 52nd Street, Manhattan. All events are free and open to the public.

All events are free and open to the public.

For more information on PLURAL+, please visit http://pluralplus.un


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Is there a renewed movement of solidarity by the new generation?,

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from Javier Collado Ruano, Director of Edition at Global Education Magazine, on the occasion of the International Day of Solidarity.

Solidarity is a trans-dimensional phenomenon that goes beyond the ontological essence of human nature. In fact, when we analyze the connections between the microcosm and the macrocosm, we perceive that human beings are not involved in chaos and arbitrariness, but belongs to the large network of interdependencies, complementarities and reciprocities that constitute life. The emergence of life on Earth, around 3,8 billion years ago, was a complex process of exceptional natural phenomena, inherent in all living systems. A process which is expressed through unlimited creativity: mutation, gene exchange, and symbiosis. From a cosmo-biological perspective, we can understand a new conceptual dimension of life, where all living beings share same basis of genetic code: the twenty amino-acids and four phosphatic bases. In fact, the diversity of living beings is caused by the combination of this cosmo-bio-genetic basis.

This trans-dimensional perspective has a deep ecological and spiritual sense for our worldview because the human evolutionary adventure is the latest stage of life on Earth. The modern human being is a vertebrate animal, mammal, belonging to the primates, which emerged 200,000 years ago. In recent centuries he has imposed its anthropocentric, industrial and capitalist vision to the detriment of Pachamama (and Indigenous goddess known as earth mother). We consume around 120% of the natural resources that Earth Mother regenerats annually. Our consumer behavior is immersed in a fatalistic dynamic with a destiny to climate change (deforestation, loss of biodiversity, ozone, etc.), and our own self-destruction as a species.

There is an urgent need to get beyond the cognitive fallacy that the mental structures of social Darwinism and capitalist postulates of the 19th century have historically constituted, because they only understand natural and social systems as warmongers and competitive processes whereby species diverge from each other. . ... continuation.

Cet article a été mis en ligne le November 13, 2014.