Participatory Video can help foster a strong sense of identity and collective purpose. Healthy communities are resilient to change because they are able to adapt on their own terms. Here are some examples.
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Becoming a Participatory Video Facilitator (part one)

A short video exploring the training of participatory video facilitators amongst the Yaqui and Comcaac communities in Sonora, Mexico.


Becoming a Participatory Video Facilitator (part two)

The second part of the story exploring the training of participatory video facilitators amongst the Yaqui and Comcaac communities in Sonora, Mexico.


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Welcome to the UK

A participatory video made by women from 11 different countries living in the UK, attending ESOL classes through the Welcome to the UK project, by Learning Unlimited. They made this film in order to send advice and encouragement to other women in Bangladesh waiting to emigrate to the UK.


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The Changing Climate in Gamo Highlands

This video is a compilation of three videos made by community members from Doko, Ezo, Zozo and Daro Malo in the Gamo Highlands.  The video focuses on environmental dependencies, the strong links between the local culture and the environment, the issue of deforestation and increasing pressures on local resources and the impacts of climate and environmental change at the local level.


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Young Roots

A video introducing the Young Roots project, featuring original music from Zimbawean-born artist Sinini Ngwenya and highlights of performances, workshops, cultural exchange, work with a famous museum, and simply getting togetherfor fun and friendship.


Gitans

Gitans is a compilation of four short films created by young gypsies in Lézignan-Corbières, southern France. The project took place in weekly sessions over one year project and engaged working young people with learning difficulties and behavioural problems.


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Our Freedom

InsightShare's Nick Lunch has worked with facilitator Glynn Brown in Oxford for several years and this is an example of how PV was able to catalyse deep cultural connections for participants with learning disabilities alongside other specific cultural activities especially music, drawing specifically on Afro-Caribbean and Indo-Pakistani traditions.