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See video Fighting Corruption for a Sustainable Future

The 13th International Anti-corruption Conference took place from 30 October-2 November 2008 in Athens Greece under the motto: Global Transparency: Fighting Corruption for a Sustainable Future. 

9:51 1 4.50
See video Corruption Perception Index 2009

Huguette Labelle, Chair of Transparency International, presents the Corruption Perception Index for 2009. This year Somalia, Afghanistan, Myanmar and Sudan were perceived as most corrupt, and New Zealand, Denmark, Singapore and Sweden as the least corrupt.

7:54 17 4.50
See video Shanghai

Shanghai is China's largest city with a population of around 20 million people, and faces considerable challenges in balancing growth with the need for ecological conservation.

4:13 2 4.50
See video Room To Read - Leaving Microsoft To Change the World

The inspirational story of Room to Read, an organization that has impacted the lives of millions of children in the developing world through establishing schools and libraries, and publishing and distributing local language books.

3:23 11 4.50
See video Global Water and Sanitation Initiative

Over one billion people do not have access to clean water and over two billion do not have adequate sanitation facilities. One child dies every 15 seconds due to disease caused by a lack of access to clean drinking water and poor sanitation.

7:35 76 4.45
See video Life in an Indian Slum - Shantaram author Gregory David Roberts - Part 2

In part two of this video, Shantaram author Gregory David Roberts talks about his time in prison.

5:06 41 4.34
See video Tata Nano - The World's Cheapest Car

Costing just USD $2500 USD, the Tato Nano is currently the least expensive car in the world. It is produced in India by Tata motors.

3:01 224 4.09
See video Jatropha: Kenya's biofuel potential

Jatropha is an easily grown biofuel crop, and thousands of jatropha tree plantations are now springing up across Kenya.

2:44 4 4.07
See video Open Architecture Challenge

Turk Pipkin discusses and explores the Open Architecture Project -

7:04 41 3.65
See video Rising food prices in Kenya

A short video depicting the problems faced by Kenyans as a result of sharply rising food prices (such as the price of maize, beans and cooking oil).

3:08 78 3.61
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