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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Avec Nous is a Participatory Video project that gives a voice to women and men, mothers and fathers, midwives and community activists in one West African country, Burkina Faso - and brings that voice to a global audience.
InsightShare participated in a course on community-based conservation and ethnoecology in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, that was held in conjunction with the annual meeting of the Society for Conservation Biology.
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.
The village of Foya in Bo District use a video camera to explain some of the unique difficulties they face as a result of being cut off by a slender river bridge, and appeal for assistance to help them overcome their physical isolation and participate in their own development.
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.
A Participatory Video was made at the association L'Heure Joyeuse in Casablanca by trainees and dancers taking part in this great project. Insight facilitators taught them how to shoot and plan their own films.