A Heart That Never Dies
We present the human rights fighters in the six different documentaries.
Death in Camp Delta
On June 9th, 2006, three detainees died inside the Guantanamo detention camp. The prison authorities said that the detainees had taken their own lives. The parents of the prisoners said that their sons were killed.
The bitter taste of tea
This documentary tells the story of how poor workers in countries like Kenya, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and India are picking tea for multinational companies being exploited.
The prisoner from Azerbaijan
This documentary tells the horrifying story about how the Aliev-regime in Azerbaijan has prohibited freedom of speech. The regime does not accept opposition.
This is a documentary about war, terror and lies. The former US ambassadør to Iraq, John Negroponte, has a dark history when it comes to serious human righs violations.
Norge på Guantanamo
Kjell Inge Røkkes selskap, Aker/Kvaerner hadde 600 ansatte på Guantanamobasen. Aker/Kvaerner reparerte også fangecellene og var en periode torturleirens "vaktmester".
De virkelige moteslavene
Dokumentaren, "De virkelige moteslavene", retter søkelyset mot den internasjonale klesindustriens utbytting av burmesiske flyktninger.
The debt of the dictators
The documentary highlights the sad fact that even when the corrupt dictators and its generals committed the most horrifying human rights violations, the large banks and international business supported them.