Who Cares?

  • November 9, 2014 / 17:10

Director: Mara Mourão
93’, Brazil, 2012
Portuguese, English, Spanish with Turkish subtitles

WHO CARES is a documentary about social entrepreneurs around the world. People who are making changes, bringing solutions, generating huge social impact and most of all, inspiring people to do the same. A film that searches the world for brilliant people with simple solutions to the hard global issues. The goal of WHO CARES is to inspire people around the world, especially young people from ages 15 years-old up, to learn more about, become excited by and want to be engaged in the social entrepreneurship revolution. It doesn’t matter if you work in education, finance, human rights, health, environmental affairs, or another field altogether; it doesn’t matter if you work in the private, public or social sector. If you see problems as opportunities, you already have what it takes to be a changemaker, a social entrepreneur.

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DamNation

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Who Cares?

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