Participatory Video has been used successfully by communities to make change through sustained and effective advocacy campaigns. Planning, working and analysing together enables them to evolve local solutions and reflect on their values as a group and individually. This process boosts their confidence to address broader issues and secure change. Here are some examples.
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Gender Equity in Sport for Social Change

This film was produced using participatory video techniques during the Nike sponsored 'Gender Equity in Sport for Social Change' conference which took place in Casablanca in May 2007.


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Inanda Project Introduction

This video is an introduction to the Participatory Video project that was carried out in Inanda, Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa, in July 2007.


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Sidlasonke - We Eat Together

A short film made about a local feeding scheme in Inanda township - embodying hope and self-help.


Play Your Part

This Photostory describes the Participatory Video process behind the video ‘Play your Part’ made by the Tanzanian White Ribbon Alliance to address issues of Safe Motherhood in Tanzania.


Play Your Part

‘Play your Part’ is a Participatory Video made by the Tanzanian White Ribbon Alliance to address issues of Safe Motherhood in Tanzania. The film has been shown at national and international conferences and on Tanzanian television.