Participatory Video is a great way to engage a group or community in the planning and implementation of local schemes, creating a true dialogue. InsightShare offers a face-to-face qualitative consultation process which facilitates communication between stakeholders and decision-makers and between various stakeholder groups. By building understanding between stakeholder groups we hope to build consensus in the community.
In August 2009, representatives of eight Samoan villages took part in a Participatory Video project that resulted in the creation of the film 'Tofiga O Pili Aau'. This Photostory is a visual record of the process through which the group planned, filmed and edited their video and describes the key stages in the decision-making process.
Created by 6 young people from Oxford to document the fabulous Playday in Florence Park. Commissioned by the organisers, the Participation and Play Team, who aim to educate families and encourage outdoor play.
The village of Foya in Bo District use a video camera to explain some of the unique difficulties they face as a result of being cut off by a slender river bridge, and appeal for assistance to help them overcome their physical isolation and participate in their own development.
Residents of Oxford's boating community made this film to fight against the closure of their boatyard to make way for a housing development scheme. In Part 1, members of the local house boat community explain how important it is to have the boatyard near their house.
Residents of Oxford's boating community made this film to fight against the closure of their boatyard to make way for a housing development scheme. The videos helped the residents put a stop to the development plans which would have destroyed their boatyard.
This European Commission funded project aimed to identify the key research requirements for natural resource management to support existing policies for sustainable integrated mountain development in the Karakoram-Hindu Kush-Himalayan (KHKH) region.