The Digital Security Localization Fellowship aims to convene a network of localizers to support the development of localized digital security resources in Southeast Asian languages. Applications close on June 12, 2022.
Filmmaker Baby Ruth Villarama shares four lessons behind the successful impact campaign of the award-winning documentary ‘Sunday Beauty Queen’, which has sparked conversations and influenced policy improvements for Filipino migrant communities.
In an interview with EngageMedia, the impact producer of ‘Homebound’ shares her experience working on the impact campaign for the animated short documentary that addresses migrant workers’ issues in Asia.
Paano masisiguro ng mga botanteng Pilipino ang kanilang kaligtasan sa online spaces? Sa video na ito, tinipon ng EngageMedia ang 9 digital safety tips para paigtingin ang digital security ngayon, sa araw ng halalan, at pagkatapos ng Mayo 9.
The anthology film ‘Indelible’, released in time for the upcoming May 2022 Philippine elections, features six short films produced as part of the Binisaya Film Festival Film Shootout 2021.
EngageMedia, together with film curator and archivist Prof. Rose Roque, showcases a rare collection of films that capture the experiences, aspirations, and struggles of the Filipino people during the martial law years.
Data justice refers to a fair and just approach in dealing with digital data. In this video, EngageMedia looks at the ways different groups in Indonesia and the Philippines understand the concept, as informed by their lived experiences.
Digital Rights at Safety para sa Botanteng Pinoy: 9 Online Safety Tips Para Protektado Ka Ngayong Halalan
Ngayong panahon ng eleksyon, naglipana ang pekeng impormasyon at mga bantang digital sa internet. Paano tumugon sa mga peligrong ito? Tinipon ng EngageMedia ang ilang tips para paigtingin ang digital security ng mga botanteng Pilipino.
On April 9, EngageMedia hosted an online event on the digital threats to Philippine democracy ahead of the May 2022 polls. Watch the full discussion with Prof Nicole Curato, Dr Jonathan Corpus Ong, and reactors from the academe and civil society.