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Video for Change and our “Taxonomy of Impact”

This post considers the types of impact Video for Change practitioners can contribute to. It also discusses how our 'taxonomy of impact' has been integrated into the early development of our Video for Change Impact toolkit.

The Challenge of Working with Traumatic Imagery

There is a growing body of research – and concern – about the effects of watching traumatic imagery. Those organisations that regularly handle traumatic imagery have a duty of care to protect their staff from the negative consequences of repeatedly viewing this kind of material.

Video4Change Network: What The Members Say

Members of the Video4Change (V4C) Network share what the Network is about, where they find common ground, and what are its future plans.

Video For Change: The Changes We Have Mapped

What has changed in our field of Video for Change since we last met 2.5 years ago?

Video for Change: Community-Based Storytelling as a Tool for Resistance

We are human rights organisations using a tool to further our goals, the ethics is human rights. In that game we are not the only players; the players are those who suffer violations day in and day out, and they say: ‘we're suffering and we want our stories out.’

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