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InsightShare has over fifteen years of experience facilitating Participatory Video projects with communities all around the world.  Here you will find many of the videos produced as part of those projects, stretching back over the years. 

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Human Rights animation

This animation explains in a simple way what our human rights are and how they are linked to climate change.


UNDRIP animation

This short animation explains in a simple way UNDRIP (United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples).


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Conversations with the Apus (Sacred Mountains)

The Apus, or sacred mountains are the guardians of the climate and the source of all pure water and thus have the power to protect or devastate communities living on them. The clip was made as part of a campaign to resist evangelical authorities and this video has resulted in local people taking up again traditional practices to nurture Mother Earth.


Ritual Visit to our Father Huaytapallana

One Quechua family follows their grandmother and local shaman to the top of the sacred mountain. Ritual, deep respect and love are shown to the local mountain deity in order for us all to enjoy pure water and a beneficial climate for growing crops. Beautiful imagery combines with direct commentary from Angelica, local shaman, showing us the way to perform the rituals to nurture our Mother Earth.


Tofiga O Pili Aau

Documenting the impacts of climate change on the coastal communities in Samoa, 'Tofiga O Pili Aau' was created by representatives from eight villages on Savai-i and Upolu islands.


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Building a Qajak to the Future

Inuit elders and youth documented how they worked together on building a traditional sealskin kayak using traditional tools - the first traditional Copper Inuit kayak since 1950s. Beautifully shot and full of laughter and traditonal crafts and cooking this video is a fascinating document of a valuable community project.


Growing Up in Cambridge Bay

'Growing Up in Cambridge Bay' charts the experiences and lives of local youth in Cambridge Bay in the Arctic Circle.  They document traditional fishing, hunting, Arctic sports, local legends on the origin of death and musical traditions such as throat singing.


Es-Esel Ja Eparas (Voices of Experience)

Participatory Video created by members of various indigenous communities in Itogon, Philippines, tracking the impacts of large-scale mining and now climate change on their environment and culture.


Facing Changes in African Forests

Forest dwellers feel the heat as traditional seasons fail. Fruits are rotting on the trees due to the excessive heat. Even the forest floor is drying up. ‘Facing Changes in African Forests’ was created by members of the Baka community in eastern Cameroon during a Participatory Video training in April 2009.


Eng'eno Eishoi Ng'ejuk (Knowledge for the Young Generation)

This is a shortened version of a film made by Maasai pastoralists, living near Oltepesi in Kenya, in March 2009.  It documents the devastating impacts of a seemingly endless drought across the region that killed livestock and people, threatened livelihoods and caused wide-spread suffering to many of the indigenous pastoralist communities.