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Find Your Voice - Youth & Democracy

During this participatory video project, a group of young people from Oxfordshire explored what it means to them to live in a democratic country and what young people can do to act for change. After they had learned how to plan and shoot a video, they asked themselves and other youth on the streets of Oxford: if you were a change maker, what would you change in our society?


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Not Just Homeless

A group of formerly homeless people, students and staff members of two NGOs took on the challenge to document what it is like to be homeless in Oxford, the least affordable city in the UK. The team used action research and participatory video techniques to explore the diversity of causes of homelessness, the complexity of people’s struggles and how to break down harmful stereotyping.

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London Refugee Women's Forum - 'Asylum is a Human Right'

A participatory video made by the London Refugee Women's Forum: sharing their stories of the asylum process, representing their campaign against destitution amongst asylum seekers, and documenting their visit to parliament.

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The London Refugee Women's Forum

A short film about the London Refugee Women's Forum: campaigning for justice in the asylum process, and raising other issues affecting women refugees and asylum seekers in the UK.

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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.

The Isabelle Lemaire interview

Isabelle Lemaire, Director of Programmes at InsightShare, talks about our use of participatory video and the Most Significant Change method for Monitoring and Evaluation.


The UK Hub was situated within an abandoned secondary school in south London, where various groups and small organisations ran projects for the local community; one of the most deprived in England.
Countries: United Kingdom

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Oxford Playday

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.

Themes: Health, Youth

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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.