SCOOP foundation event in Sugar Club

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SORCHA MELLON, education support officer of SCOOP (Supporting Children Out Of Poverty) talks to Mark Finnegan about the forthcoming screening of the film ‘A River Changes Course’ at the Sugar Club in Dublin. The film is a documentary about the effects of globalisation on the poorest people in the world. She also talks about SCOOP’s work in Cambodia and India where the organisation provides educational courses and workshops in everything from hairdressing to computer skills.

Duration: 13'00" DATE: July 14, 2014
Interviewer:Mark Finnegan
Producer:Mark Finnegan
Interviewee:SCOOP Foundation
Themes:Global Issues with a Local Focus
Keywords:SCOOP, globalisation, poverty, India, Cambodia, Sugar Club
LocationDublin City Time Period:2014
Type:Sound Language:English
Creator:Near FM Publisher:Near FM
Identifier:NEARFM_20140714_NST_001.mp3
Rights:Creative Commons License
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