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Cinemata Online Launch: Building a platform for social and environmental issue films

As part of the official launch of Cinemata, EngageMedia on June 30 introduced the platform to an online gathering of attendees from advocacy groups, cultural institutions, civil society organisations, and groups using Video for Change. The event also provided a space to learn how the platform differentiates itself from other proprietary video platforms, with an emphasis on privacy and security.

Cinemata Online Launch: Building a platform for social and environmental issue films

As part of the official launch of Cinemata, EngageMedia on June 30 introduced the platform to an online gathering of attendees from advocacy groups, cultural institutions, civil society organisations, and groups using Video for Change. The event also provided a space to learn how the platform differentiates itself from other proprietary video platforms, with an emphasis on privacy and security.

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Jobs

Join EngageMedia, a nonprofit that promotes digital rights, open & secure technology, and social issue documentary. Combining video, technology, knowledge, and networks, we support Asia-Pacific and global changemakers. Open job opportunities include communications, open & secure technology, video, and digital rights positions.

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Jobs

Join EngageMedia, a nonprofit that promotes digital rights, open & secure technology, and social issue documentary. Combining video, technology, knowledge, and networks, we support Asia-Pacific and global changemakers. Open job opportunities include communications, open & secure technology, video, and digital rights positions.

Board Openings: Call for Expressions of Interest

EngageMedia is seeking two new board members from (although not necessarily based in) South or Southeast Asia to help navigate the organisation’s future in a time of significant growth and great social and political challenges.

Digital rights violations in Papua

On April 30, 2021, parts of Papua were cut off from the internet amid a long-standing dispute between Papua and the Indonesian government that continues to intensify. Internet was restored on June 8, but uncertainty over the region’s special autonomy status necessitates staying vigilant against similar digital rights violations going forward.

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