Realising that there is much to learn from past efforts at creating independent online networks, Australian filmmaker Andrew Garton documents the history of pre-web social justice networks and what today’s internet can learn from such a system.
The Impact Campaign Builder, an update to the Video for Change Impact Toolkit, helps video practitioners identify opportunities for creating impact and setting realistic impact goals.
EngageMedia invites interested individuals fluent in Burmese, Filipino, Indonesian, Khmer, and Thai to support the localization of digital security guides and resources to help organisations identify and manage digital security threats in their work.
Inspired by a Cambodian rapper’s refusal to back down under government pressure, Jackson Brook’s short film hopes to show the dangers of the Cambodian government’s clampdown on critical voices.
‘Appa and His Invisible Mundu’ director: Explaining critical digital privacy issues through animation
Concerns over the Indian government’s moves to undermine citizens’ digital privacy, and the need to raise awareness in an engaging way, inspired filmmaker Varun Kurtkoti to use animation as a storytelling medium.
To mark International Women’s History Month, EngageMedia has collaborated with Freedom Film Network and Inteamates to curate a collection of seven powerful films tackling controversial yet critical women’s issues in the Asia-Pacific region.
The Video4Change learning session provided a valuable opportunity for Network members to share knowledge and best practices from over a year of working under a global pandemic.
The Philippines’ SIM Card Registration Act has lapsed into law despite widespread opposition from rights groups and privacy advocates calling it a “fatally flawed” measure threatening the privacy and safety of Filipinos.
EngageMedia, through its work under the Greater Internet Freedom program, is hosting a three-day digital rights school from April 14 to 16 to empower new and upcoming digital rights defenders. The deadline for applications is on March 31, 2022.