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Can anyone help to caption & translate this video in your language?
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http://amara.org/en/videos/vdC53yPoNVjU
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We have completed the transcript in English of the Darbar story. To see them make sure that Captions are active.
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in Spanish (with English voice-over)
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Take a peek at the new Promo for the Vrinda Project! :)
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This is the newspaper report of the demonstration mentioned by Vrinda in her interview.
It is in Hindi.
http://www.jagran.com/uttar-pradesh/varanasi-city-10808927.html
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Weaving together stories, issues and backstage - Episode 2
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In Syria now, it is a time of division, violence and suffering. When we were there in November 2010 and in August 2011, we recorded many stories of cooperation and development. Nowadays, only sad and violent stories are narrated about this wonderful country. What then shall we do with these stories we collected in Syria in what now seems to be a different "age" altogether? Well, we decided to re-edit the videos we had made, include them in the Handbook we are developing and share them through the Internet. These videos will help us remember what Syria was before the civil war. And we hope that these stories will help restore trust amongst communities in Syria, and build, amongst those who love this country, the motivation to do whatever they can to restore peace and cooperation.
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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.