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A participatory video made by a group of Vietnamese young reporters for showing at Rio+20 and beyond. The film shows how climate change has affected a community and its young people in a coastal commune in Quang Binh province, Vietnam. It was made as part of a 3 country project with UNICEF Vietnam, the Democracy Center in Bolivia and UNICEF UK that combines young people's expressions and viewpoints on climate change in their own countries into one unified voice. The Vietnam film and workshop were produced and facilitated by Paul Zetter of ensemble films and Ha Thi Quynh Nga of Live and Learn. The film was edited by Edward Burger. The Vietnam film project was funded by the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Vietnam and managed by UNICEF Vietnam. The young filmmakers aged between 13 and 17 are; Nguyễn Kim Thúy, Cao Đông Giang, Hoàng Mai Trinh, Trương Phương Nhung, Võ Giang Hà, Hoàng Ngọc Trâm, Lê Huyền Minh.

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