Zebra Information Centre
1988, Brussels (Belgium), as Zebra. Known as Audiovisual Network for North-South Understanding -- Réseau audiovisuel pour un rapprochement Nord-Sud. Registered in accordance with Danish law. Ceased to exist due to lack of funding, prior to 2012.
Bring together organizations and individuals who produce, use or distribute audiovisuals on Third World issues and stimulate European public awareness for these issues; promote the production and distribution of audiovisual documentation about the Third World; facilitate the interchange of information between film makers, producers, distributors and consumers; initiate collective projects and coordinate initiatives of parties concerned.Available with paid subscription only.
Zebra works to: increase public awareness about cultural relations between North and South; establish contacts between actors interested in film with North-South themes; facilitate the flow of information; influence television programmes; create dialogue and real partnership. Supports members' common initiatives. Information; seminars.
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Members in 88 countries
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- Birds, Mammals
- Audio, Visual
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