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Video for Change and our “Taxonomy of Impact”

This post considers the types of impact Video for Change practitioners can contribute to. It also discusses how our 'taxonomy of impact' has been integrated into the early development of our Video for Change Impact toolkit.

Understanding the Practices and Impact of 'Media at the Margins'

This post looks at the work of Professor Clemencia Rodriguez who has spent twenty years researching and supporting citizens’ media initiatives in Colombia. In reporting on a talk and workshop Clemencia gave last week in Sydney, I consider what the video4change network might learn from her ideas, theories and methodologies in our own efforts to better plan for and document impact.  

Video for Change: Creating and Measuring Ethical Impact

A collaborative paper by Tanya Notley, Sam Gregory (WITNESS) and Andrew Lowenthal (EngageMedia).

3 Filmmakers from Chizami Win Community Media Award

Film by trainees of Video4Change partners InsightShare wins first prize.

Lena Hendry’s Conviction and RM10,000 Fine Unjust

Former Program Coordinator of Pusat KOMAS Lena Hendry was sentenced to pay a fine of RM 10,000 or spend a year in jail by the Magistrate’s Court in Kuala Lumpur for screening the Sri Lankan civil war documentary, “No Fire Zone: The Killing Fields of Sri Lanka” before submitting for approval by the Malaysian Censorship Board.

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