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Summary of a training that is the first stage in establishing a Participatory Video hub in Ethiopia.
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This is a document about the second stage of the training process for developing indigenous media hubs in the Yaqui and Comaac territories of Mexico.
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This document about a media hub development training carried out in Vicam, Mexico in 2010, describes the the aims, outputs and successes of the training. It also includes notes on new Participatory Video games that were developed during the process.
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In August/September 2012, InsightShare supported a team of programme implementers from the Joint Programmes working on the Millennium Development Goals Achievement Fund in the Philippines to carry out a Participatory Video Evaluation in Mindanao...
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In this article Chris Lunch (InsightShare Co-Founder & Co-Director) uses a InsightShare project that was carried out in Turkmenistan to illustrate how PV films about farmer innovation and experimentation can help to bring farmers' own voices and...
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The Valley Trust, a centre for health promotion in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa, collaborated with InsightShare and the community of Inanda to use participatory video to draw attention to community development issues. One video focused on the lack of...

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Video4Change network member organizations Video Volunteers, InsightShare, InformAction TV and EngageMedia will be conducting a session titled, 'Exposing Corruption with Portable Camera Technology' at the 17th IACC conference in Panama on 2 December...
The Right to Education (RTE) Act has laid down norms and standards for schools to ensure inclusive and quality education for all children of India. All the elementary schools have to comply to these rules. Unfortunately, many schools, especially in...
From 24-26 August, EngageMedia participated in the Southeast Asia Video for Change Forum, which was held as part of the Freedom Film Festival in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The festival is considered to be the most established human rights and...
By WITNESSWe are in the moment of an explosion of opportunity and hype around the possibilities of the ‘wildfire’ of immersive media – the ‘empathy machines’ of virtual reality and the breathless urgency of personal live-streaming video via Facebook...
Video for Change practitioners can no longer get around impact. Donors require video-makers to measure their impact and lately, a lot of attention has been given to video’s role within society and civic movements. Britdoc’s Impact Guide is...
Ever since I started my work for the Video4Change Network, which was in late November 2015, I’ve been continuously confronted with the word, “impact”. More specifically, impact in the context of Video for Change. What is it? How do we measure it?...
By Egbert Wits, Project Manager of the 'Video for Change Impact Cookbook'Today, video has quite possibly become the strongest conveyor of stories. Considering the power of storytelling, its potential to leave you hanging by the edge of your...
Join New Tactics in Human Rights and other Video for Change organizations for an online conversation on Video for Change and Impact from February 22-26, 2016.The use of video as a tool for creating social change is determined by the impact that...
Today, audiovisual recording devices are everywhere. But does picking one up and hitting record necessarily mean creating an impact? Are people generally concerned, or even aware, of the impact a video can have?The omnipresence of the camera in our...

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