InsightShare works with partner organisations to train their staff in Participatory Video facilitators and to assist them in integrating the practice into their programmes. By training trainers we hope to spread the practice of Participatory Video to even more communities and groups.
One dozen of the most dynamic young leaders (ages 16-32) from community- and sport-based organizations throughout Africa gathered at the 2007 Next Step conference in Namibia and learned to use multimedia tools to represent experiences of the conference's youth delegation.
‘We Want Change’ features examples of how Participatory Video has been used by InsightShare for direct advocacy with various communities around the world. Features examples from Sierra Leone, Uganda, Indonesia, UK, and Tanzania.
This is a video about the amazing tool of Participatory Video, as understood and practiced by InsightShare. This introductory video features examples from InsightShare projects in Nigeria, Peru, Malawi, India, Rwanda, UK, Uganda, China, South Africa and Ghana.
Part of the Video Changemakers interview series from OneWorldTV. Nick and Chris Lunch (InsightShare Founders & Co-Directors) discuss their experiences of using Participatory Video with various communities and groups around the world.
A review by Professor Robert Chambers (Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex, UK) of InsightShare's book 'Insights into Participatory Video: a handbook for the field'. Published on 28th April 2006.