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Participatory Video (PV)
CIRUM recognizes that the essence of helping EM peoples is to help them vocalize their issues and raise awareness of their culture and way of life within the wider community. When EM people tell their stories, they have the power to influence relevant stakeholders in society. Therefore, one of CIRUM’s strategic programs aims to strengthen the capacity of local Ethnic Minority people to become confident share their knowledge and initiatives, and develop the capacity to do so through media and technology. CIRUM’s Participatory Video (PV) program highlights EM stories about forest management, forest land rights, poverty alleviation activities, cultural practices and climate change and builds capacity in the community to convert their stories into new media, such as images and videos.
The Participatory Video program pursues the following objectives:
●       to produce reports and videos as evidence in order to raise public awareness of forest land rights for Ethnic Minorities and for policy advocacy . These products are used in training sessions, workshops and meetings at different levels
●       to create a network connecting young Ethnic Minorities, with equal participation of men and women, to practice filming and photography that is shared with local communities and external media channels
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Orientation for Participatory Video program between 2016 to 2018:
●       Improve filming skills for local people through training sessions. Young people from different regions are selected for intense technical training sessions. They will become key people to share information and train others in their communities in the use of technology and media to advocate for their land rights and to raise awareness and change public perceptions of their lives
●        Publish communication products (videos and stories) related to community forest management and land rights to CIRUM and LandNet websites and social media channels as evidence for policy advocacy
●       Prepare videos and images for lectures given during training sessions to convey the topics of forest land rights, eco-farming practices and sustainable livelihood development in a more effective way
For more information, please contact Program manager Nguyen Ba Tham, email: nbtham@cirum.org
 
 

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