In the coming weeks EngageMedia is undertaking a re-design of our video-sharing website focused on social justice and environmental video in the Asia Pacific.
One thing must be said – the #kony2012 campaign is one of the most successful human rights video advocacy campaigns ever. But that doesn’t mean it’s a good example of video advocacy.
Makassar is a coastal city on the island of Sulawesi, one of the four Sunda Islands of Indonesia, located between Borneo and the Maluku Islands.
A film festival, especially one like the Freedom Film Festival (FFF), held in a country where people are still fighting for political and social change deserve recognition.
The Global Social Change Film Festival and Institute announced the semi-finalists, and at least two of them are our friends.
EngageMedia.org has been upgraded with a new release of Plumi – the free software video-sharing web application that runs EngageMedia.org.
Seelan Palay shares about his past experience and his current work with EngageMedia.
A short piece on Creative Commons in Indonesia
‘Can Open Mean Terbuka? Negotiating Licenses for Indonesian Video Activism’ Alexandra Crosby and Ferdiansyah Thajib in PLATFORM: Journal of Media and Communication