Two women showing their traditional seeds during a Participatory Video process in Nagaland

Who is participating in whose process?

In this article from The Barefoot Guide 4 (Exploring the Real Work of Social Change), InsightShare’s co-founder Nick Lunch shares examples of rural communities harnessing Participatory Video to develop and implement their own powerful and far-reaching development initiatives.

This is the story of how indigenous farmers in India, Peru and other countries are using video technologies to document and revive local knowledge, to enable and facilitate their own form of knowledge-sharing and solidarities, and strengthen resilience for the future.

Who is Participating in whose Process?
By Nick Lunch
Published by The Barefoot Guide Collective
2015

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