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New video toolkit helps achieve greater impact, especially in the global South
New video toolkit helps achieve greater impact, especially in the global South 17 May 2019 APCNews

In a scenario that is increasingly visual, video has become a powerful tool to challenge social and environmental injustice. But making change is not as simple as making a video. This is how APC member EngageMedia presents its newly launched Video for Change Impact Toolkit, an online resource that can help activists harness the power of video to advocate for issues as pressing as extrajudicial killings in the Philippines or the death penalty in Malaysia.  The project, produced in partner...

Video4Change Network: Working together to improve the world
Video4Change Network: Working together to improve the world 08 March 2018 EngageMedia

Video4Change (V4C) is a network of 12 diverse organisations – including APC member EngageMedia – whose common goal is to defend human rights and justice using video for change. In Sri Lanka, EngageMedia interviewed four members of the V4C Network to learn about the Network’s role, where it finds common ground, and its future plans. Read more about the V4C Network and the activities of its members here.

Open video films struggle of most marginalised people in Malaysia
Open video films struggle of most marginalised people in Malaysia 08 November 2010 Andrew Garton

EngageMedia’s Operations Manager and APC board member, Andrew Garton, is also a film-maker, media artist and composer. In October Andrew completed the micro-docs series, Sarawak Gone. Micro-docs are short format documentaries. The series was produced to sustain awareness to the persistent decline of indigenous life and culture in East Malaysia on the island of Borneo. Sarawak Gone was ma...

Support Sarawak Gone, innovative micro-docs series
Support Sarawak Gone, innovative micro-docs series 16 February 2009 Andrew Garton

On location Sarawak Sarawak Gone explores four remote Bidayuh communities accessible by foot within an hour’s drive from Kuching, capital city of Sarawak, Malaysia. They will lose their livelihood, traditional lands and culture, their rights and heritage with the development of the controversial Bengoh Dam project. Sarawak Gone is a micro docs series produced on location with residents of...

Micro-docs, native title and ICTs
Micro-docs, native title and ICTs 24 December 2008 Andrew Garton

Australian APC member and prolific producer of community media and online projects, is producing a self-funded micro docs series titled Sarawak Gone. Sarawak Gone explores four remote Bidayuh communities accessible only by foot within an hour’s drive from Kuching, capital city of Sarawak. They will lose their livelihood, traditional lands and culture, their rights and heritage with the devel...

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