One Peace at a Time

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Released 2009

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Director:
Turk Pipkin
Released:
2009
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One Peace at a Time creates a virtual roadmap to a better future by defining specific solutions to global problems. This documentary is the sequel to Turk Pipkin's widely acclaimed "Nobelity" which looks at the world's most pressing problems through the eyes of Nobel Laureates. In One Peace At A Time, projects from over 20 countries are profiled that demonstrate the possibility of providing basic rights to every child. Models include India's The Miracle Foundation orphanages, Thailand's Mechai Viravaidya family planning initiatives and Ethiopia's A Glimmer of Hope Foundation water projects. Interviews include Muhammad Yunus (Nobel Peace Prize), Steve Chu (Nobel Prize in Physics) and Desmond Tutu (Nobel Peace Prize). The film encourages individuals, businesses and foundations to reach out and change the world. One Peace At A Time won the Audience Award for World Cinema Documentary at the Maui Film Festival and has been shown in countries around the world.
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