Participatory Video is a means of realising a rights based approach. InsightShare enables groups to define and discover their own homeknown rights and initiates homegrown campaigns for change. Here are some examples of Participatory Video projects integrating the Human Rights Based Approach.
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PV for Community Action CASE STUDY: Indigenous Voices in Uganda

The Batwa are an indigenous people of the Great Lakes region of tropical Africa. Formerly hunter-gatherers, they were expelled from their ancestral forests to make way for conservation and tourism projects. They experience extreme racial discrimination from their neighbours, poverty, landlessness and unequal access to education and healthcare.


Avec Nous

This is a visual record of the Participatory Video process behind the production 'Avec Nous' - a powerful film giving voice to women and men, mothers and fathers, midwives and community activists in Burkina Faso.


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Kisoro District Regional Commissioner Speaks about the Batwa

This short clip shows the Kisoro District Regional Commissioner make concrete commitments to help improve the situation for the Batwa people of South West Uganda, in particular helping them with land claims and rights to education.


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.