We’re looking to share part of our central Melbourne office space. We’re right in the middle of the city, near Bourke and Swanston. Rent is just $220 a month plus GST for 2 desk spaces, internet, and all bills.
In December 2012 I did a series of talks at the MIT Center for Civic Media and Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard. The talks delved into the work of EngageMedia and also the nature of citizen video, video4change and the Southeast Asia landscape. Video from two of the talks are linked to below.
In March 2012, supported by Tifa, EM started working with Indonesian migrant workers to increase their capacity in video making and distribution to support their campaign.
The ‘Screen Below The Wind Festival’, held 16-18 November 2012, in Ubud, Bali, is one of its kind. A range of workshops, social gatherings, and Focus Group Discussions created a warm and modest atmosphere to explore documentary film.
As announced a few weeks ago, the online video competition on (in)tolerance Bhinneka Tinggal Duka? concluded with the judges deciding on 8 (eight) finalists. And as promised, all 8 were invited to a Masterclass in Jakarta.
Spending a week in November taking the Lingua project through Manila, Philippines.
It’s time to announce the winners of the Bhinneka Tinggal Duka? Online Video Competition. Yes, it’s time for the Award Night, folks!
Last week, I joined other digital rights activists in Auckland for a workshop to share knowledge about the impact of trade agreements on digital rights.
Are you concerned about Internet freedom in Indonesia? You should be!