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People of faith, civil society groups and communities marched together in Rome on the 28th of June 2015 to express support to Pope Francis for the environmental  messages of his encyclical Laudato Si’. They asked world leaders to take responsibility.
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We are happy to announce that we have completed the publication of the 8 Episodes documentary of The Vrinda Project and we are distributing it though vimeo. We would like to take this documentary to the UN and we would like to propose it to the various televisions around the world. If you believe in this project please support it by downloading a copy and sharing it with your friends and family. We will not achieve our goal without your support!
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Responsible Development  -  The work of Kautilya Society in Varanasi for heritage protection  
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We are preparing a new episode of the documentary series "From the MDGs to the SDGs". As we collect video footage we will share it in its integral form on The Vrinda Project channel.
On 18 June 2015 we went to a news conference in Rome, in the New Synod Hall of the Vatican, for the presentation of the encyclical Laudato si'
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We have just completed the publication of the 8 Episodes documentary of "The Vrinda Project" and we are distributing it through VIMEO and VHX.
https://vimeo.com/ondemand/tvp
If you do not have a credit card for buying the products you can see the episodes via the Playlists of Youtube. However in these playlists you will not have the final edited version and some subtitles of non-English interviews will be missing.
http://thevrindaproject.vhx.tv/updates/962
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Sharing knowledge and tools for cooperation and dialogue
Introduction

The Vrinda Project is a knowledge sharing action: it creates a peer-to-peer cooperative environment where development actors share their experiences, expose their views and enable each other to better tackle development cooperation issues. The Vrinda Project builds on a previously implemented project called the "European Citizens working for the Global Development Agenda" (EUGAD) that received financial support from EuropeAid and was completed in June 2011.

The Kautilya Society, a non government organization, based in India, leads the team of experts that are developing the Vrinda Project (⇒Kautilya Society for Intercultural Dialogue). All contributions coherent with the Wikimedia founding principles are welcome.