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D+C  e-Paper  August 2016 3 D+C August 2016 In German in E+Z Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit. Both language versions at Summer special4 In this year’s summer special, we review six movies: Difret, Voices of violence, Timbuktu, A girl walks home alone at night, Angry Indian goddesses and Ixcanul / Nowadays: Burundian journalists at home and in exile / Imprint Focus: Life chances in rural areas Boro Baski Why rural communities’ cultural heritage deserves protection 14 Niaz Asadullah and Zaki Wahhaj Bangladesh must help girls graduate from high school16 Stefan Schmitz Preparing rural regions for the future18 Interview with Susanne Neubert How to boost farm productivity in Africa19 Anne Jung Only because of inadequate rural health-care systems could Ebola spread in West Africa 23 Olaf Hirschmann and Herman Joseph Kawuma In Uganda, a radio station is contributing to tackling leprosy26 Gregor Maaß and Mario Pilz After civil war, displaced Colombians must be reincluded in rural life29 Renata Buriti Brazil’s mines need stricter regulation and oversight32 Tribune Hildegard Lingnau OECD proposals geared to improving international cooperation 34 Bettina Kieck How development agencies should promote social inclusion of people with disabilities36 Interview with Bruno Wenn Brazilian companies need to invest in vocational training 38 Debate40 Comments on business and human rights, Brexit, digital evidence before international courts and Nigeria’s recently unpegged currency Social inclusion A recent study from scholars at Berlin’s Humboldt University makes proposals on what development agencies can do to promote social inclusion of people with disabilities. Bettina Kieck led the team and elaborates core findings.  Page 36 Investing in vocational ­training Small and mid-sized enterprises (SMEs) generate jobs and incomes. They are the backbone of a strong economy. Bruno Wenn of DEG, the German development financing institution, discusses why Brazilian SMEs are well advised to invest in vocational training.  Page 38 What Brexit means to South Asians Most of Britain’s South Asians wanted the UK to remain an EU member. Brexit will boost xenophobia and racism, argues Ceciel Shiraz Raj, a member of the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan and the Pakistan-India Peoples Forum for Peace and Democracy. Many migrants worry about their future.  Page 41 Tribune Sprague/Lineair Debate Yui Mok/empics/picture-alliance