We’ll be adding educational resources to go with each film in May 2013. These are designed to help people use the films as teaching tools, or as a starting point for debates. They'll look in detail at some of the issues raised in the films, and suggest topics for discussion..
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We have a range of articles, including news and comment. There's also a section with facts and extra resources. These include articles looking at the issues raised in each film and longer pieces, pulling together films and resources asking:
What is poverty?
Is inequality wrong?
Why isn't poverty fixed?
Are people trapped in poverty?
You and Poverty
You can use our interactive dataviz to see poverty related stats from around the world and see how your country compares on issues like health, wealth and happiness.
Watch the Films
All our documentaries and short films are available on our Youtube channel and you can also download them from our Vimeo channel too. A DVD with all the films will be available soon.
Different Language Versions
The films are currently available in English/ with English subtitles and in Spanish. We will be adding versions in different languages gradually throughout the year.
You can also get the films without any captioning, which some people useful for teaching. They are available via this playlist on our Youtube channel.
Any problems, get in touch.