Remand: Jail for Kids in Africa (2011)

Working to fix justice systems where kids fall through the cracks.


The Masindi Project (2010)

A delegation from Pepperdine University School of Law traveled to Masindi, Uganda, to help secure justice for 21 children in a remand jail.  

Moving the Mountain of Poverty (2007)

In the summer of 2007, three Pepperdine students journeyed to Bangladesh to see, first hand, why Grameen Bank was recently awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. What they found were rural people with inspiring lives and a solution truly working to end poverty. By third-world bus and rusted rickshaw, the viewer is transported to the homes and business of Grameen borrowers to see how microcredit is changing lives. After a brief overview of the microcredit concept, individual third-world entrepreneurs are profiled to highlight the creativity and ingenuity of humankind in one of the most obscure places on earth. Filmed in villages never before visited by westerners, this is peek into a country and it’s people being lifted from the grip of extreme poverty.


Stateless: Born Without a Nation (2010)

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