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The original line-up consisted of Terry Buchan (vocals), Stevie Ross (guitar), Colin Erskine (bass) and Andy McNiven (drums). Formed in the West Granton area of Edinburgh, a large grey council estate on the north side of the city. The band's politics was reflected in its name, coined by drummer and songwriter McNiven, whose father was a Korean War veteran and a Communist. While in the early stages as a band, with little equipment, the band were invited to play their first gig at Craigmuir School. The band seemed to be a victim of their own publicity here. They had spray-painted their band name locally and had stolen Sunday papers, milk, and rolls in the early hours of Sunday morning and redistributed them outside peoples' front door, with a note saying, "a gift from the exploited". Their first gig was on Friday 15 December 1978. The date was recalled by McNiven as it coincided with a performance by the Doomed (the Damned by another name) at Clouds in Edinburgh to which they went after performing their own gig. The gig was attended by Terry's older brother Wattie, who had recently left the army and was a punk in London.
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In the 2007 documentary Punk's Not Dead, both Wattie and Wullie Buchan are interviewed. They are the only two native speakers in the documentary to be given subtitles, as many North Americans struggle to understand the Scots language used.
Thru November, mutiple cinemas countrywide will screen (with English subtitles at Művész and Art+ cinemas in Budapest) the new action & thriller feature film of Károly Ujj-Mászáros, the director of the legendary Liza and the Fox Fairy.
In many ways, this news is not new. As Grapevine has reported repeatedly, foreign workers in Iceland are far more likely to be exploited than locals, and the problem has become especially pronounced in the tourism industry. Halldór says there are many reasons why this has been allowed to continue for as long as it has.
Child sexual exploitation (CSE) is a type of sexual abuse. When a child or young person is exploited they're given things, like gifts, drugs, money, status and affection, in exchange for performing sexual activities. Children and young people are often tricked into believing they're in a loving and consensual relationship. This is called grooming. They may trust their abuser and not understand that they're being abused.
Children and young people can be trafficked into or within the UK to be sexually exploited. They're moved around the country and abused by being forced to take part in sexual activities, often with more than one person. Young people in gangs can also be sexually exploited.
Anybody can be a perpetrator of CSE, no matter their age, gender or race. The relationship could be framed as friendship, someone to look up to or romantic. Children and young people who are exploited may also be used to 'find' or coerce others to join groups.
A child might know they're being sexually exploited. They might be worried or confused and less likely to speak to an adult they trust. If you're worried about a child and want to talk to them, we have advice on having difficult conversations.
For d/Deaf children and young people we have a video in British Sign Language (BSL) with subtitles to help you share the PANTS rules. Our video on contacting Childline using SignVideo is a useful tool to help you explain different types of abuse and give children and young people the knowledge of who they can contact if they're worried.
For centuries, the Dutch State and its representatives facilitated, stimulated, preserved and profited from slavery.For centuries, in the name of the Dutch State, human beings were made into commodities, exploited and abused.For centuries, under Dutch state authority, human dignity was violated in the most horrific way possible.And successive Dutch governments after 1863 failed to adequately see and acknowledge that our slavery past continued to have negative effects and still does.
Parents need to know that Bankrolled is a 2021 Mexican satire on the gig economy and the young dot-com millionaires who make up problems and then invent apps to solve them. This movie suggests that greedy creators exploit gullibility and addiction to smartphones as they use social media, games, and likes to attract users who will feel good about politically correct behaviors. Since many teens live in an app-dominated world, this may appeal, partly for the merciless mockery of that obsession. Language includes "f--k," "s--t," "bitch," "piss," "ass," "butt," "rectal selfie," "damn," "balls," "hell," "p---y," "fecal matter," "screw," "vaginal," "anal," "cum," and "penis." A couple is seen comically having clothed sex briefly, and characters talk about sex. A woman advocating for breastfeeding pulls out her breast in public. Adults drink alcohol, smoke marijuana, and use and sell mind-altering substances, sometimes for performance enhancing and sometimes just to get high. The raunch factor here is high in terms of casual discussion of sex and a seemingly thoughtless and off-handed use of drugs. The movie mocks the supposed desire of app-makers to change the world for the better, suggesting instead that many of them just want to make money. In Spanish with English subtitles.
I honestly still cannot get over the fact that Viki, despite expecting users to pay for services, still relies on free labor from fans for subtitles. Viki's comment model during shows is amazing and I do appreciate that plus the subs are quite good, however that does not excuse the fact that subbers are not getting paid.
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Watch below a video where Gina Alfonso, one of the mediators of this session, presents a view on systems of oppression that was accumulated through the building of the School. The video is narrated in Spanish, with subtitles available in Portuguese, English, and French.
In 1880, King Leopold II of Belgium acquired the rights for the territory of Congo and made the territory his own property. Over several decades, Leopold exploited the local population to make profits from resources, particularly from rubber, ivory, and diamonds.
The step-by-step guides, available in English and French (with subtitles in Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Greek, Arabic, Japanese and Chinese) are presented in an easy-to-grasp animated video format led by a researcher named Ola.
Although humans meeting that description exist in every society on Earth, few are as stuck as a pregnant 17-year-old girl in strife-torn Colombia. In this particular case, Maria (Catalina Sandino Moreno) is an obstinate type, sick of being taken for granted by her no-hope boyfriend and exploited by her grubby family, counting on her meagre wage at the flower factory--stripping thorns with threadbare gloves--that constitutes the only decent employment in the village.
Peel The Limelight presents Hollow, its original theatrical production inspired by true stories of a hundred of thousands of comfort women during the World War II. The play follows testimonies of the survivors who were abused, raped, tortured, exploited, and forced into sexual slavery by the Japanese Imperial Army.
EPR imaging is utilized in several research areas where the high sensitivity available at X-band is exploited to obtain high spatial resolution EPR Images. In materials research endogenous free-radicals are monitored during material treatment. In the biomedical field, EPR images are used in dermatology, cardiology, and cellular biology. Critical in each of these fields is achieving the highest spatial resolution possible.
Three teenagers pursue everyday pleasures in their Lebanese city, usually unfazed and sometimes actually excited by the mid-1970s political tensions that grow around them as the Muslim and Christian sectors move closer to a state of violent hostility. The filmmaking is imaginative, the acting is extraordinarily vivid, and few movies have so powerfully portrayed the struggles of everyday people trying to live their lives amid the chaos of incipient war. In Arabic and French with English subtitles
This harrowing drama uses a cynical TV talk show and the criminal careers of two drugged-up teenagers as metaphors for the disarray of everyday life in current Serbian society. The film has few specific messages about politics in former Yugoslavia, but its portrait of personal and cultural chaos is sadly illuminating. In Serbo-Croatian with English subtitles
During the Cultural Revolution about three decades ago, a Chinese teenager leaves home for an educational experience in the countryside, where she is brutally exploited by men holding power in the region. Chinese authorities have censored this movie, apparently upset at its negative treatment of a disturbing subject, but audiences are likely to find its candor as honest as it is unsettling. In Mandarin, with subtitles *** Provocative, tragic, colorfully filmed.
A 2001 video about shopping malls by Harun Farocki, probably the most important living essayistic filmmaker working in Germany, who has made over 90 works since 1966. In German with subtitles. 72 min. (JR) Read more
The protagonist, Seong Gi-hun, portrayed by Lee Jung-jae, is a gambling addict who is unable to financially support his daughter. Other main characters include an investor wanted for embezzling money, a North Korean defector hoping to retrieve her parents, and an immigrant worker hoping to provide for his family after being exploited by his employer. Each of them is forced to confront true desperation and question what they are willing to do to survive. The terrific cast makes you feel the weight of their emotions as this question stirs within them. 041b061a72