Webinar: Participatory Video in Peacebuilding: Lessons Learnt from Occupied Palestinian Territories and Kyrgyzstan
(30 January, 11.00 GMT +1 / CET register here)
This webinar will focus on participatory video methodology and how this was used for peacebuilding in Palestine and Kyrgyzstan. Practical examples and lessons learned will be shared.
Participatory video (PV) methodology can answer some of the most challenging questions in peacebuilding. It is powerful in particularly polarised conflict settings, and among particularly marginalised people. As an innovative and engaging tool, PV leverages modern technology to effectively build self-awareness and agency, bridge divides, and amplify messages in ways that can reach policy-makers. PV combines hands-on training, using interactive games, with the production of short videos that bring up issues of major concern to participants. Join our webinar to find out more!
Who can participate? Anyone interested in peace education can join us for these webinars. Register to join!
What language will the webinar be delivered in? In English.
What technology do I need to be able to view the webinar? We will be using Zoom for the webinar.
How do I register to the webinar? To view the webinars, you must first register here
Date & time: 30 January 2020, Starting at 11.00 GMT +1 / CET
About the speakers:
Lucy Nusseibeh is the founder and executive chair, Middle East Nonviolence and Democracy ( MEND) based in East Jerusalem, focusing on nonviolence, education and media. She is also the Chair of our Improving Practice Working Group and member.
About Fadya Salaheddin
Fadya Salaheddin works closely with Lucy and she is the participatory video coordinator and trainer at MEND.
She is also a Palestinian journalist and film maker; and has participated in many international film festivals, including the Cannes Film Festival 2014; her film “My Children, My Love” won an award at “Made in the Med” festival.
She is also a board member: “Shashat Women’s Cinema”.
About Begimai Bekbolotova: For the last eight years, Begimai has worked in the fields of journalism, communications, peacebuilding, transparency, civic participation and cooperation in Kyrgyzstan and with the civic society of Central Asia. She has devoted much of her free time to fight against gender inequality and violence against women in Kyrgyzstan together with nonofficial groups. Begimai is working as a PR - Manager at FTI since 2018. She participated and provided media support in implementing “Cameras in hand: transformation and empowerment of Kyrgyzstani girls and boys”.