GISWatch has won the ITU-awarded WSIS project prize 2012
An extensive and detailed report from our strategic planning survey conducted through June / July 2010. has been completed.
From 4-7 of July, we’ll be working closely at Training of Trainer workshop on online video distribution with participants from ASTEKI secretariat and one of their key news agency in Bogor, Kotahujan.com.
GISWatch 2010 argues that for technology to really benefit us, consumption patterns have to change.
EngageMedia conducted two trainings for migrant workers in Indonesia. The first one was in Indramayu, West Java and another one was in Cianjur, also in West Java.
Andrew Garton participated on a panel at Creative Commons Australia’s national roadshow at the State Library of Victoria, Melbourne.
We are now providing https support for logged in users on EngageMedia.org.
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.