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Tibet's stolen child [motion picture] Robin Garthwait

By: Garthwait, Robin.
Contributor(s): Narration Patrick Stewart.
Material type: materialTypeLabelComputer fileDescription: 1 disc (55 min), sd., col.Subject(s): Documentary | ReligionDDC classification: 294.392 3
List(s) this item appears in: Economics
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Tibet's Stolen Child is a 60 minute documentary about China's kidnapping and imprisonment of a 6 year old religious figure from Tibet. Six Nobel Peace laureates (the Dalai Lama, 1998 recipient John Hume, Mairead Maguire, Jose Ramos-Horta, Desmond Tutu, and Elie Wiesel) and other moral and religious leaders from around the world examine this abduction. They share their own experience of intolerance and draw similarities to the current situation in Tibet. They discuss what happens when governments use persecution as a weapon. Set withing a framework of the rights of children, comparative religion, social justice and peace studies; Tibet's Stolen Child poses questions of basic humanity and its place within a world dominated by politics and economics.

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