What’s it like to become an impact producer in the Asia-Pacific? Gladys Llanes, an alumna of EngageMedia’s second Environmental Impact Lab, writes about her career path in a guest post on EngageMedia.
Coming into 2022, members of the Video4Change Network continue to promote the use of video and technology for advocacy through workshops, film screenings, and audiovisual reporting.
InsightShare will lead the learning session on the use of participatory video as a tool for indigenous peoples to engage and mobilise their communities.
Members of the Video4Change Network have continuously put their efforts in maximising the power of technology and empowering communities to document and expose human rights violations often not covered in mainstream media.
COP26 provided an opportunity for indigenous communities on the frontlines of the climate emergency to raise their climate concerns with the power of video.
Fasila, the latest affiliate to join the Video4Change Network, combines Small World News’ 15 years of experience delivering innovative media training and online storytelling approaches with the network building experience of its creative lead Radi Dahan.
Dalit Camera (DC) was established in 2011 as a means of amplifying the issues faced by Dalit, Adivasi, Bahujan, and other minority groups in India. The mainstream media in India is still largely blind to their issues. Today, DC is a large network of activists...
In the three months since the last update, members of the Video4Change Network have continued their tireless work to fight for democracy, equality, and accountability through the use of video and technology.
On 2 July, Malaysian police questioned filmmaker Anna Har, co-founder of Freedom Film Network (FFN), a member of the Video4Change Network, and cartoonist Amin Landak over their short film Chilli Powder and Thinner. Released in June 2021, the film tells the story of three young prison inmates who allegedly suffered intense custodial torture.
EngageMedia, a nonprofit that convenes the Video4Change Network, announces the launch of Cinemata.org, a platform for social and environmental films about the Asia-Pacific.