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Rights and Wrongs Series: Europe

Rights and Wrongs Series: Europe

"Highly Recommended! 'Food' for the mind and soul." -USA Today
"Highly Recommended. Brings objective understanding to the vast issues of Human Rights." -The Utne Reader
"Highly Recommended! Altogether, professionally crafted." -The Boston Globe
This hard-hitting series, featuring the American journalist and foreign correspondent for NPR and PBS, Charlayne Hunter-Gault, was originally produced to open people's eyes to Human Rights' issues around the world. Today, these classic programs provide us with historical and cultural perspectives in each country visited; each assists us in expanding our understanding of these often-complex situations. Produced by Globalvision, Inc. and updated by Chip Taylor. The series is divided into 5 geographic regions. The programs below on Europe are available on 8 or 12 DVDs, Digital Streaming Files or Videos; also in an 8-Disc Set. The other geographic regions include: "Africa"; "Asia and the Middle East"; "North and Latin America"; "Worldwide." (Note: The entire series is available on 43 or 63 DVDs, Digital Streaming Files or Videos; also in a 43-Disc Set.) For pricing call in US: 800.876.2447/Intl. 603.434.9262 or e-mail

List of Titles


Bosnia and Herzegovina 1

Bosnia and Herzegovina 1

Bosnia and Herzegovina, also Bosnia-Herzegovina, is a country in South-East Europe that is home to three ethnic groups: Bosniaks, which is the largest population group of the three, Bosnian Serbs are second, and Bosnian Croats are third. Sarajevo is the largest city and capital of the country and the location for this Click for more


Bosnia and Herzegovina 2

Bosnia and Herzegovina 2

In this second program on Bosnia and Herzegovina during the Bosnian War, we look at a number of SAGA films produced while Bosnia was under siege between1992 and1993, including Sarajevo Ground Zero I. We meet Hrvoje Batinic of the Open Society Fund as he reads a quote while standing in the midst of war-created Click for more


Bosnia and Herzegovina 3

Bosnia and Herzegovina 3

In this third program on Bosnia and Herzegovina during the Bosnian War, we look at the health concerns for the people of Bosnia and view SAGA films, including the documentary, Sarajevo Ground Zero II. Humanitarian Fred Cuny and film director Nedzad Begovic speak of the difficulties in finding Click for more


Bosnia and Serbia: The Roots of Ethnic Cleansing 1

Bosnia and Serbia: The Roots of Ethnic Cleansing 1

When Slobodan Milosevic became Serbia's leader in 1987, his form of "nationalism" spread, creating conflict in Bosnia, which had become independent in 1992; however, by 1995 the euphemism for genocide, called "Ethnic Cleansing," had buried deep roots there by Serbian troops in what had become the Bosnian War. Part Click for more


Bosnia and Serbia: The Roots of Ethnic Cleansing 2

Bosnia and Serbia: The Roots of Ethnic Cleansing 2

The story of the Bosnia War between Bosnia and Serbia continues in Part Two of this historic two-part program. Here we learn details of what American officials knew about ethnic cleansing - and what they did with that knowledge - from key figures during this crisis, including Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Roy Click for more


Bosnia: Srebrenica -

Bosnia: Srebrenica - "Safe Haven 1"

In the Summer of 1995, Bosnian Serbs massacred thousands of Bosnian Muslims in Srebrenica, which the United Nations had declared a safe haven and had promised to protect. Over 3,000 people were murdered in this act of genocide by Bosnian Serbs, and over 7,000 people remain missing from that town. Secret UN correspondence Click for more


Bosnia: Srebrenica -

Bosnia: Srebrenica - "Safe Haven 2"

In the Summer of 1995, Bosnian Serbs massacred thousands of Bosnian Muslims in Srebrenica, which the United Nations had declared a safe haven and had promised to protect. An international investigation into this tragedy revealed that the UN may deserve some blame for having failed to prevent this massacre. "Part 2" Click for more


Chechnya: Russia's Human Rights Nightmare

Chechnya: Russia's Human Rights Nightmare

For over one hundred years, people of Chechnya have been fighting for self determination from the Russian State. In 1944, Stalin destroyed Chechnya and expelled its residents to central Russia. In 1991, a reborn Chechnya proclaimed its independence from Russia, but President Yeltsin viewed this as a threat to Russian Click for more


Eastern Europe: Nogorno-Karabakh and Serbia

Eastern Europe: Nogorno-Karabakh and Serbia

This program presents two diaries that will help viewers better understand the ethnic fault lines of Eastern Europe. From Nogorno-Karabakh, an Armenian-Christian enclave surrounded by the Muslim majority of the former Soviet republic of Azerbaijan; then a report from inside Serbia, where a large Muslim enclave tried Click for more


Hungary and the Czech Republic: Ethnic Fault Lines

Hungary and the Czech Republic: Ethnic Fault Lines

This program focuses on the rise of fascist hate groups targeting Jews and Gypsies in Hungary and the Czech Republic. Then host Charlayne Hunter-Gualt has an exclusive interview with George Soros, the Hungarian-born American, well known as a speculator, stock investor, businessman, philanthropist, and Click for more


Kosovo and Tajikistan

Kosovo and Tajikistan

The Assembly of Kosovo declared its country's independence as a Republic in February of 2008; however, Serbia continues to claim sovereignty over Kosovo, which keeps this Balkan country a potential hot spot for conflict. As Chapter One of this historical documentary points out, this dispute dates back over 600 years Click for more


Northern Ireland and Human Rights

Northern Ireland and Human Rights

Although the campaign of violence in Northern Ireland between Nationalists, the Catholic minority, and the Unionists, predominantly Protestants, was never declared a civil war, it was popularly know as "The Troubles"; sadly, this bitter conflict claimed over 3,000 lives over 25 years, which ended in 1998 with the signing Click for more





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