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El Noticiero Latino Americano - N° 025

El Noticiero Latino Americano - V Edición


Semanal latinoamericano desde la región de Liguria, Italia.

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El Noticiero Latino Americano - N° 023

El Noticiero Latino Americano - V Edición


Semanal latinoamericano desde la región de Liguria, Italia.

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Contravía - El paramilitarismo y sus consecuencias



El periodista Hollman Morris investigando a fondo la compleja coyuntura político social de la actualidad colombiana.

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Enhancing participation to Clean Development Mechanism

The fight against climate change has been organised in such a way that it offers developing countries opportunities for economic and social development.
With their signature of the Kyoto Protocol, most industrialised countries have agreed to limit their CO2 emissions through a quota system.
If need be, however, they may make use of a mechanism that allows them to buy additional emission rights on international markets from developing or emerging economies, which have no limits on their emission levels.
If developing or emerging countries make the effort to invest in clean technologies, they have the right to sell the greenhouse gases not emitted to the industrialised nations, in the form of emission rights.
This is what is known as the “clean development mechanism”.
It presents a threefold interest to developing countries, enabling them to increase their energy production capacity, acquire clean technologies and earn substantial income.
All sorts of opportunities exist, from the recovery of methane in landfills to the creation of wind farms, the replacement of fossil fuel with biomass, the use of solar or hydraulic energy, and so on.
In Uganda, a project of this kind has been put in place in the Rwoho nature reserve in the southern part of the country.
Several thousand hectares of forest have been planted. During their growth, the trees will absorb large quantities of CO2.

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El Noticiero Latino Americano - N° 020

El Noticiero Latino Americano - V Edición


Semanal latinoamericano desde la región de Liguria, Italia.

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El Noticiero Latino Americano - N° 019

El Noticiero Latino Americano - V Edición


Semanal latinoamericano desde la región de Liguria, Italia.

El jugador del Inter de Milán y de la selección de Colombia, Iván Ramiro Córdoba, recibió al Noticiero en el centro deportivo del club milanes. En una entrevista exclusiva, habló de sus momento futbolístico y de sus proyectos sociales que intentan ayudar a los niños menos afortunados de su país.

Emanuele Luzzati murió al improviso, el pasado 26 de Enero. Esa fecha dedicada por toda la humanidad al recuerdo de la Shoah y reconocido universalmente como el Día de la Memoria, estaba íntimamente relacionada con el artista genovés, ya que aquel horror como hebreo, lo involucró profundamente. A los genoveses, particularmente a los jóvenes, les queda la preciosa herencia de su talento multiforme, la fuerza de sus testimonio, su experiencia preñada de extraordinaria humanidad...

En Milán existe una realidad cultural que tiene ya 33 años de vida y que involucra a muchísimas personas. Se trata de la comuna Baires, que nacidad de una idea del dramaturgo argentino Renzo Casali, empujado al exilio por una dictadura de su país, demuestra que otro modo de afrontar la vida es posible...

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El Noticiero Latino Americano - N° 018

El Noticiero Latino Americano - V Edición


Semanal latinoamericano desde la región de Liguria, Italia.

Al márgen del excepcional concierto que Andrea Bocelli dio en Génova a beneficio del Hospital Pediátrico Gaslini, el tenor italiano nos concedió un encuentro intenso y lleno de humanidad.

El permearse de las culturas, el entrelazarse de historias, el abrirse de nuevas puertas en latitudes lejanas; le ha permitido al escultor ecuatoriano Luis Yepes convertirse en uno de los últimos intérpretes de un oficio antiguo que lentamente está desapareciendo...

En el corazón de Génova la histórica Piazza Caricamento tendrá su orquesta, abierta a todas las culturas presentes en la Liguria. Con las cámaras del Noticiero seguimos de cerca las primeras audiciones.

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Facing up to a globalised world - The European Globalisation Adjustment Fund

While more open trade leads to more overall benefit for growth and jobs, the EU recognises that, although European labour markets are usually capable of coping with globalisation, the consequences can also be negative e.g. job loss. In exceptional circumstances, specific support may be needed to deal with the situation.
The EGF is a new tool to help do this and is an expression of European solidarity with the people affected. What's been described as an economic shock absorber, the EGF will provide up to 500 million euros a year for those directly affected by job loss. The most common case where national authorities can apply for assistance is when a large enterprise and its suppliers suffer joblosses. Another possible scenario allows for national authorities to apply for funding when a sector in a region loses more than 1000 jobs.
The VNR focuses on two companies - one based in North Karelia in eastern Finland, the other in the French Ardennes - which are among the first to benefit from the EGF. In North Karelia, more than two thousand jobs were lost when a company manufacturing mobile phone components transferred all its production to Asia. The EGF is playing a key role in helping redundant workers to find replacement employment. The French Ardennes region has also seen the closure of factories supplying parts to the car industry. The French Government is running a special jobs programme there which will be co-funded by the EGF.
The video report includes the following interviews and images:
Mika Juvonen: former Perlos employee, FinlandPentti Hyttinen: Executive Director, North Karelia Regional Council, FinlandVladimír Špidla: Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs and Equal OpportunitiesTarja Cronberg: Minister of Labour, FinlandPastor Paulina Kainulainen: Pielisensuu Church, Jiensuu, FinlandJosef Niemiec: Confederal Secretary, European Trade Union Confederation, BelgiumPaolo Abisv: former employee, Thomé Génot, FranceDelphine Satabin: former employee, Thomé Génot, FranceOlivier Cendras: Project leader, Contract of Professional Transition
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Labour Law - 'flexicurity' in a changing labour market

Labour law is an important tool, not only in dealing with the management of the workforce, but also in providing a sense of security to workers and citizens in a world of rapid change and high mobility of capital and technology.
The Commission is not aiming for a "one-size-fits-all" approach as a miracle recipe across the EU. Taking as examples the Netherlands, Belgium and Spain, the video shows how three EU member states adapt their national employment models according to the changing needs of the labour market and how they apply the concept of flexicurity.
The video report includes the following interviews:
Anne-Marie Schouten: Judge, working part-time, NetherlandsCasper Schouten: Lawyer, working part-time, NetherlandsMark Steens: Consultant, Dutch National Employment Agency, NetherlandsDr. Tjerk Kroes: Director ASEA (Algemene Sociaal-Economische Aangelegenheden), NetherlandsVladimír Špidla: Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs and Equal OpportunitiesCindy Vanstiphout: Temporary worker, BelgiumCorinne Henrotte: Human Resources, Manpower, BelgiumPhilippe Lacroix: Managing Director, Manpower, BelgiumStefan Malomgré: Director, Social Inspectorate, BelgiumBernadette Segol: Uni-Europa Regional SecretaryMaritza Serrano Rueda: Employee, Spain Cristina Gomez Gonzalez: Director, CRAMAP, SpainAntonio Gonzalez Gonzalez: Secretary-General of Employment, Spain
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Water is Life

The projects are located in and around Kitui and Makueni, two hour's outside Nairobi. The VNR "Water is life" profiles projects managed by two NGOs, AMREF and the German Red Cross, whose innovative technical approach to increasing access to safe water and hygienic sanitation facilities in rural Kenya is a crucial part of the EU's response to the perennial challenge of bringing water to those most in need. To illustrate this, the report shows exactly how, in contrast to previous initiatives, the local community is actively engaged in taking ownership of different water and sanitation projects at various key stages. We film and speak with the beneficiaries involved as they raise capital…undergo training in the construction and maintenance of wells, dams, boreholes, pumps... take responsibility for the on-going management of projects at community leve... and are educated in their schools and homes in simple, effective sanitation initiatives.
This film includes footage from projects in Kitui and Makueni, Kenya and interviews on the ground with:
Zissimos Vergos: Head of Infrastructure Sanitation, EU Delegation, Kenya Harald Guelker: Red Cross Delegate Gerald Rukunga: Amref Programme Manager Anthony Moldo: Amref Project Manager Justus Muli Mwanga: Chairman, Muundani village Josaphat Muasaya: Environmental Health Officer, Kitui
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