We are dedicated to sharing the knowledge, skills and insights we gain through our work with communities around the world. Here we present some of our growing collection of guidebooks and toolkits, written articles, and video tutorials.

Combatting Corruption through Participatory Video

This practical guide on using video to combat corruption is the result of 10 years of collaboration between the InsightShare and Transparency International on projects with citizens worldwide. It is full of rich examples of how participatory video has been used to fight injustice in different contexts across two continents, including a community displaced by…

See more
A cartoon of a community member in the style of da Vinci's Vitruvian Man

Participatory Video and the Most Significant Change

This toolkit has been developed to support you in planning and carrying out evaluations using Participatory Video with the Most Significant Change technique (PVMSC). This is a participatory approach to monitoring, evaluation and learning that amplifies the voices of participants and helps organisations to better understand and improve their programmes. We have been developing, adapting…

See more
The front cover to the Community Screening Guide

Community Screenings for Participatory Video

This guide provides ideas and inspiration for anyone organising community screenings as part of a Participatory Video process. It includes advice on planning and delivering an effective screening, practical suggestions for logistics and technical considerations, facilitator tips, checklists, and a range of short case studies from a variety of past projects. This unique resource is…

See more
Cover to the 'Rights-Based Approach to Participatory Video' toolkit

Rights-Based Approach to Participatory Video

A unique resource full of ideas and techniques for Participatory Video facilitators to explore introducing Rights-Based Approaches into their practice.  ‘Rights-Based Approach to Participatory Video’ is available as a FREE DOWNLOAD, see link below. This toolkit will be particularly relevant for those already undertaking Participatory Video, however we hope the methods, ideas, tools, checklists and resources will…

See more