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In May this year, EngageMedia will travel over 18 days across the island of Java, Indonesia to screen social justice and environmental videos in 11 different cities.
Selama 18 hari, di bulan Mei 2014, EngageMedia akan mengunjungi 11 kota berbeda di Jawa dalam tur bertema Proyektor Keliling untuk memutar video mengenai lingkungan dan keadilan sosial.
In this article, EngageMedia shares three videos from Indonesia that highlight the different ways video can be used to support environmental advocacy.
FreedomFilmFest 2014 is now calling for film submissions with the theme of FREEDOM.
On 24 and 25 March, 12 Indonesian videomakers met in the city of Yogyakarta for first Video4Change regional gathering in South East Asia. The first global Video4Change gathering also took place in Yogyakarta almost a year ago.
RightsCon is the premier summit bringing together civil society, engineers, activists, lawyers, companies, and governments on the subject of the internet and human rights.
How will Indonesian migrant workers vote at this years elections? These two videos might provide some insight.
In 2015, Access and EngageMedia bring the international conference on human rights challenges in technology to the region.
We talk to Alia Damaihati, board member of Film Festival Dokumenter (FFD) about their experiences and challenges.
Gerakan ini diciptakan untuk mengingatkan generasi muda akan banyaknya kasus pelanggaran hak asasi manusia serta ketidakadilan di masyarakat.
Chairun Nissa speaks to us on being a woman and a filmmaker.
The violent breakout at Manus Island detention center in Papua New Guinea are making the headlines this week after one asylum seeker was reported dead and 70 others injured. In the first half of 2013 over 15,000 asylum seekers were estimated to live in this offshore processing facility awaiting the result of their asylum application in Australia.
In two days, we will celebrate the wonderful and probably the biggest mass action in the world. It's a billion rising. It's a world rising.
You are cordially invited to a screening of Crossroads, EngageMedia's new video advocacy project on migrant workers, refugees, and stateless people in Malaysia.
A report on our recent Video Advocacy training session for representatives of Myanmar CSOs.
EngageMedia is proud to present the Freedom Film Festival (FFF), Malaysia’s most established annual human rights film festival, for the first time in Jakarta, Indonesia!
Karmadi is one of the most active participants of the Crossroads project, and he contributed a video for the DVD compilation – ‘Terabai’. He works as a sub-contractor for a construction company and lives in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.