The Video4Change Network celebrates 10 years of bringing together organisations catalysing the use of video for human rights, social justice, and environmental change. This post looks at some highlights and milestones throughout the decade.
In the next session of Impact Talks, impact producer Anupama Mandloi and director Priya Thuvassery will discuss their creative approach for the impact campaign of ‘Coral Woman’. The session is part of a webinar series in this year’s Docs by the Sea.
EngageMedia is now accepting applications for the two-month South and Southeast Asia Gender and Digital Rights Fellowship, designed to empower advocates in these regions to do work around the intersection of gender rights and digital rights.
The first report under the Greater Internet Program assesses current digital safety and internet freedom challenges in select Asia-Pacific countries, and aims to contribute to advocacy around strengthening the protection of human rights.
EngageMedia, in partnership with the Asia Centre and the International Center for Not-for-Profit Law, is conducting in-depth research to identify the impact of Thailand’s Computer Crime Act on digital rights and increase the awareness and capacity of the Thai public to safeguard freedom of expression online.
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.
Digital Rights and Safety for Filipino Voters: 9 Online Safety Tips to Protect Yourself During the Philippine Elections
More than in past elections, online spaces have become a battleground for votes and a hotbed of digital threats. EngageMedia has compiled a list of tips to help Filipino voters increase their digital security and safely exercise their rights online.
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.