Community Film-Making for Gender Equality

Community Film-Making for Gender Equality

Women in the Pacific region suffer some of the highest rates of gender-based violence in the world - a serious and sensitive challenge that requires a culturally appropriate approach to support social change. Community film-makers in Papua New Guinea and Samoa have developed effective participatory practices and digital story-telling methods. Three pioneers will showcase their work and discuss what works in practice.

FOR THE WEB-STREAMING PLEASE GO TO THE FOLLOWING LINK:

https://webcast.ec.europa.eu/infopoint-lunchtime-conference-community-film-making-for-gender-equality

 

Live streaming

Speakers

Introduction:

Henriette Geiger, Head of Unit, DEVCO F2 - East, South East Asia and the Pacific

 

Presentations:

Tony Crook, Centre for Pacific Studies, University of St Andrews

 

Leshu Torchin, Centre for Film Studies, University of St Andrews

 

Verena Thomas, Queensland University of Technology

 

Jackie Kauli, Queensland University of Technology

 

Galumalemana Steven Percival, Centre for Samoan Studies, National University of Samoa