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.
The goal of the Video for Change Network members Picture People is to teach communication skills and media making that contribute to social change, especially in areas affected by war and disaster.
Sunflower Film Organization is an independent collective of mostly volunteers working across Cambodia to gather young Cambodians and train them on how to use film as a tool for empowerment and freedom of expression.
The Video4Change Network continues to amplify the voices of women’s groups and other marginalised sectors through the use of video and technology, empowering them to advocate for their concerns while maximising engagement with other members of their respective communities.
eyeWitness to Atrocities supports frontliners documenting atrocity crimes through easy-to-use video technology that offers guaranteed evidentiary value. This interview is part of a New Member Spotlight series that highlights the work of the Video4Change Network’s newest members.
This month, members of the Video4Change Network joined the celebrations for International Women’s Month, the works of some are highlighted in this second Network update of 2021.