All or Nothing
Mike Leigh | 2002
United Kingdom | 128 min | 18+ years | English

Mike Leigh’s powerful look behind the doors of a housing estate

Topics: UK Poverty
Local Hero
Bill Forsyth | 1983
United Kingdom | 111 min | 8+ years | English, Japanese, Russian

Up-and-coming Houston oil executive Mac MacIntyre gets more than he bargained for when a seemingly simple business trip to Scotland changes his outlook on life.

Stealing Africa
Christoffer Guldbrandsen | 2012
Denmark | 59 min | 12+ years | English with English subtitles | Subtitles

An investigative study in to the tax systems employed by multinational companies in Africa, and the devastating impact this is having on the local population

Families reunite to rebuild lives in Scotland
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Scottish Refugee Council, in partnership with the British Red Cross and the Workers Education Association Scotland, is launching a new project aimed at helping the families of refugees settle into […]

The Price of Sex
Mimi Chakarova | 2011
Bulgaria, Moldova, Turkey... | 72 min | 15+ years | English, Romanian, Turkish with English subtitles

A harrowing and important investigation into the underground criminal network of sex trafficking

Families Outside

Families Outside is the only national charity in Scotland that works solely to support the families of people affected by imprisonment. They work to mitigate the effects of imprisonment on children and families – and consequently to reduce the likelihood of reoffending – through support and information for families and for the people who work with them.

Water Witness International

Water Witness International is a charity based in Edinburgh which works to improve the way in which rivers, streams, lakes and aquifers are managed.
We carry out targeted research and advocacy to deepen our understanding, share knowledge and ensure accountability to ensure a fair, secure and sustainable water future for all.

Edinburgh World Justice Festival

Set up after the Make Poverty History march in Edinburgh during the 2005 G20 meeting, the festival aims to
1. raise the profile of international justice and development issues;
2. provide an annual ‘shop window’ to the public; and
3. be a platform for co-operation and debate for the world justice movement in Edinburgh.
It puts together the programme of the festival which in 2014 is from 04 – 11 October, organising some key events, and co-ordinating all the other events which are put on by supporting organisations