The Video4Change Network is celebrating 10 years of bringing together changemakers eager to create impact through the medium of film. In this blog post, five Network members share some of their personal highlights throughout the decade.
In the seventh Video4Change Learning Session on May 4, Fasila will share updates about their ongoing project Alive in Afghanistan, which covers stories that have been out of media attention.
The Impact Campaign Builder is an easy-to-use tool that helps video practitioners identify opportunities for creating impact and set realistic impact goals. Through the tool, practitioners can maximise opportunities for affected communities to engage and participate in the film project.
Last month, the Video4Change Network met online to reflect on best practices and lessons learned as a community of filmmakers, storytellers, and advocates working amid the challenges of a global pandemic.
Societies around the world continue to experience attacks against the right to peaceful assemblies, media censorship, and roadblocks to exercising their right to education and livelihood, among other challenges to upholding human rights globally. But video also continues to be used to expose these attacks and challenges, communicating underrepresented narratives to more audiences through creative concepts, grassroots storytelling, and the use of existing technologies to their advantage.