Over the last two decades we have worked with hundreds of communities, in over 60 countries.  Our projects have enabled diverse communities to focus on their issues and move towards changing their circumstances.  Here are just a few examples:

An indigenous Yaqui woman makes an offering and blessing in the high Andes, Peru


Conversations with the Earth

Conversations with the Earth (CWE) is a unique partnership between indigenous communities, harnessing the power of images and stories to amplify their own voices on global climate change, and creating the space to listen to traditional custodians of the world’s biocultural diversity in order to formulate viable global responses to environmental challenges. As a founding…

A woman using the camera during a Participatory Video project in Sierra Leone

Burundi | Côte d'Ivoire | Sierra Leone | Uganda

Evaluating UNICEF’s peace-building programmes in Africa

We trained young people and local staff in Côte d’Ivoire, Uganda, Sierra Leone and Burundi to use Participatory Video and Most Significant Change to evaluate the results of the PBEA programme in selected regions of their countries. They formed local evaluation teams guided by our facilitators and co-designed the process, facilitated the fieldwork and analysed…

A group make a storyboard for their Participatory Video in Tanzania

Bolivia | China | Tanzania

Community Perspectives on Environmental Justice

We trained researchers from the School of International Development at the University of East Anglia (UEA) and partner researchers from Bolivia, Tanzania and China. They were looking at incorporating Participatory Video as a research method in their ESRC-funded ‘Conservation, Markets and Justice’ research programme. After a week training in the UK, we accompanied them to…

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