11-15 September 2017, Institute of Development Studies, UK
This new and unique five-day course will enable participants to develop understanding and skills in the theory and practice of Participatory Video, and equip them to plan, prepare and deliver participatory video projects in their own settings.
In addition to learning the basics of techniques and practice, participants will delve deep into the ethics and learning processes involved in using participatory video within communities for action research or to build inclusive change relationships.
The course is led by Jackie Shaw and Clive Robertson who both have over 30 years of experience working with participatory video in community settings. It costs GBP1950 and to ensure quality teaching time participant numbers are limited to ten. For further information or to book your place please visit the website or contact Richard Douglass.