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cinta us and rethink some decisions if we going to make progress we have to work together. right wing populists have also been trying to embrace the movement the russell i'm all nazionale join the protests despite brazilians efforts to keep them away. we support this movement because they're criticizing the same things that we've been criticizing for years. dude it's environmental protection that punishes french people and that's precisely what mr mcconnell wants to make running a car too expensive for normal people. after months of planning and organizing the protests priscilla is now powerless to prevent nationalists using the movement for its own aims there have been several cases of right wing yellow vests subjecting car drivers to racist abuse and damaging their vehicles for silly is appalled. and we don't want people promoting a party's ideology. they can come as regular citizens because this is
a citizens movement. that we don't want them showing up to represent their posse. other parties have also attempted to instrumental lies the protest movement purposively a little ski doesn't want them manning the barricades it's not a question of being left or right wing she says but justice for ordinary french. president micro-loan has responded to the protests by saying he will talk with citizens groups but that the environmental tax will remain although russia has some one million people suffering from aids there's very little social awareness of a disease health officials say has reached epidemic proportions in some areas aids related deaths are on the rise especially among women gay men and drug users in a society that is doing precious little for them some with h. i v are reaching out to the public in whatever ways. and my new
friend i don't like being called an aids infector or contaminate or long gone i get cursed really horribly on the back streets before we spoke was all subtle and put on its own body. to tell the mccoskey has been a hiv positive for eleven years he is one of over one million russians living with a deadly virus. you know which is a beautiful i want to tell everyone that hiv is not a death sentence as were the people to. people who feel stigmatized by russian society varick overland co is among them. yes i'm winning i'm a chevy positive but if i had been properly informed years ago about the virus and how to protect myself i wouldn't have gotten infected. vera and vitale live in you catherine berg. the city has one of the highest rates of infection in the country. almost two percent of the population here have a chevy. experts have called it an epidemic.
to sing a heavy across all age groups that it affects the entire population of russia and little is interesting in its effect but the virus and the disease it leads to aids are often hushed up say vitelli inventor. they want to change that by breaking down prejudices and ending the isolation of the infected. monette richard bobo the only thing distinguishing me from healthy people is pills four times a day to stop me from dying. pills the vitali will have to take for the rest of his life. events in medical treatment mean that h.p.v. no longer has to be a death sentence provided you get that treatment in time but many russians do not even know that their infected. prejudices of let's insufficient education awareness . you have got well i waited eight years before telling my mother the first thing
she said was and we had such high hopes in you in other words not any more about the chemo you know her world being hiv positive means you're no longer a person reach out here ted. vera set up an association to help get people informed she also offers practical things such as free a chevy blood tests and condoms and also drives out to those hardest hit the so-called high risk groups sex workers and drug addicts. her sosia sion is one of just a handful of private initiatives and you katherine berg vera and her fellow campaigners meet those affected in hidden places. what is your test today is negative no antibodies. but because the unsafe sex you had was only
a month ago you need to come by again and i will take care of yourself says where's the corporal mush i'm scared to go anywhere else you don't get of being outed. or or in most places the infection means shame. even if it's not your fault and i'd say the condom tore during sex your way or if a customer just removes it. and then you start to panic yet then the horse the funny i had one such case and there was group really helped me all go. outside city hall and you catherine berg to tell his campaigning in a rather different way. he's holding a banner telling people about his illness and inviting strangers to give him a hug if they're not afraid. he wants to bring down the invisible wall that he says has arisen between him and society since his infection. and the thirty year old knows he's taking a risk. aren't
you afraid i know i'm a doctor. vera has now provided counseling to over twenty women. women who come to me start thinking about how hiv is now part of their lives the one thing that counselling is my contribution in the fight against the hiv epidemic wattles to love to begin the way you would love. it. if only if you're not scared. scared of what thinks. if i get any more people hugging me i'll start crying it's so overwhelming and empowering. vitali and vera have never met but they share
a common fate. both are fighting in their own way to stop the spread of aids and for the rights of hiv positive people in russia. california's worst forest fires on record are thankfully now under control they get another reminder of the destructive force of climate change if we needed one the upcoming climate conference and will be addressing the worst effects of global warming but for some on the german island of longo there is no time to lose doing what they can now instead of a stormy autumn is paskin in sunshine it's not cold right as it's positively tropical for this time of year but is it twelve or thirteen degrees celsius and sunny and about how much of the ice and sunshine in november weighed in the water barefoot. no problem on the north sea island of long ork nothing is
like it was before. this past summer was one of the hottest on record for increasing climate change is starting to pose a threat to life on. the sea level is rising and storms sturges' are getting stronger. as far as long term prognoses go all of the climate researchers all of the serious studies that i read make me fear for our children's future because it's not just my restaurant that might disappear but the entire island. and votes restaurant right on the beach would be one of the first places affected angered by the politicians lack of action on climate change that act in votes on taking the e.u. to court. the sea levels already risen by over twenty centimeters since the one nine hundred fifty s. that means storm surges are higher and the danger for us on the island lies back
there. are freshwater lens is located there behind that then doing ridge. at the north sea breaks through the ridge where all our drinking water wells would be contaminated with salt water. already experiences drinking water shortages especially in the summer the island has just two thousand residents that more than two hundred thousand people come here in each year on holiday and they use lots of water. the natural reservoir nice here under the genius. rainwater collects under the sand in what's called a fresh water lens that feeds the wells but the close of the sea comes the small of the lens gets. before her time the protective area around the dunes has receded by fifty to seventy metres and we must be careful not to go too far into the valley because then the lens will get ever smaller. that's why people here think the e.u. should be aiming for stricter climate targets right away. they are so many of us
that we need to get people to come out and join forces and the entire island should be sitting here. thank you. but i just one of ten families taking part in the people's climate case against the e.u. they come from across europe kenya and fiji. it's about people trying to protect their fundamental rights on the one hand it's about human rights the right to food and water and food and on the other it's about economic rights the freedom to choose their occupations the ability to continue operating their business or tourist industry. that's the stuff that it's a serious case that aims to sentence the e.u. to greatly reduce emissions of greenhouse gases.
though it's the offseason. has his hands full here i just know it's it is. caught the european general court has accepted the case so the legal wrangling can begin there's no financial risk for the plaintiffs their costs are covered by donations. they offer nothing but of course we hope that something good will come of it at first i thought there will be a bit of media hype and that will be it. but now they've accepted the case and slowly you start to think oh something really is happening it would be great if something comes of it. but who knows. when that there is. but it's months. and the sooner the better because the sea level continues to rise time is running out for the people. for the e.u. member states bracks it is
a done deal but the final document still must be approved by the british house of commons and that is far from certain whether it's an orderly or a disorderly brax it millions on both sides of the channel are now saying farewell to a decades long partnership for the bracks tears themselves until very though they hope the goodbye will be as quick as possible. will hill knows tilbury well because he's lived here for many years. but he doesn't like his town much anymore the windows are bad kids hang around on the streets drinking even at noon. we'll used to work at the docks and made good money but now he has lots of time to think about the police station that's been shut down due to budget cuts it's like that everywhere. you know what it's
like to be brought. before. everything. nobody helps. only twenty miles away from london. on a clear day you can even see the glittering skyscrapers of the city of london the place where policy is made and lots of money. none of it finds its way to tilbury just down the thames here many people have low wage jobs and much of the work at the ports is now done by machines. many long time residents say they are too many foreigners here that's why so many until brave voted for bracks it and still want it even today. like to lawrence there were. not that he's following all of the political drama taking place in the british capital in recent weeks it's beyond comprehension and he's got better things to do
. he's proud of his pigeons the poor man's race horses i. so much remains uncertain but charlie lawrence is sure of one thing. all called white countries by. will and surely have lost all trust in the politicians when they talk they're full of nostalgia for the england of all and they're counting on breaks or to turn back the clock to the days when told her he was wealthy and wise. ass. or knew what it was law before he was in europe we had a good standard of living with nothing in this country. it would be easy enough just to write these men off as an affair but they've simply been neglected and ignored for too long and want to escape their dire straits but
a first little while we want to be tough or all on board. because because of all the more because. more grandchildren will benefit without a shadow. there are big plans for tilbury for its course at least it's to be expanded here at the edge of the marsh. rob gledhill can't wait he's the star council leader and a firm believer in it he doesn't fear and no deal scenario where britain crashes out of the e.u. with all the ensuing political and economic turbulence. he says even today much of the freight atoll bruce pulls comes from asia and africa. we will report it when it's here already. taking from cent of it comes from the start of the new brigade up for that expansion of the pool and indeed the capacity here means
will be have to take over that's right why don't we just be winners. for many young people until very the st mary's boxing club is the only place where they feel like when is the only place that gives them strength. the town has the youth facilities . and the british government doesn't provide funding to help keep kids off the street. tell me rusts two sons box where he says the school teaches them discipline something he thinks prime minister to resign may could learn a thing or two about we are here to trace my skate missing cash and journey and to stop is doing trade deals with the rest of the well. we've just given a vote we follow each and now the politicians are doing what they want.