News and Events
In February 2016, a screening of five advocacy videos from the Papuan Voices collection was organized by students at the National University of Singapore.
It has been two month since we introduced Khaw than, https://www.engagemedia.org/Projects/khaw-than/ ,Films on Myanmar minority and peace screenings that allows audience to assess, Human rights and peace dialogue at Yangon, Mandalay & Sintgu .
Protesters from Mount Kendeng, Rembeng regency in Central Java encase their feet in cement aiming to stop the construction of a PT Semen Indonesia cement plant as well as spread environmental awareness.
EngageMedia is seeking support to conduct a video-based interfaith and minority rights outreach and engagement project across Myanmar via online and mobile platforms, and through screenings in Mandalay Division and in Yangon. The initiative will work with local and national partners to deepen understanding of minority rights and interfaith issues, provide minority communities and activists with video engagement tools, and directly support campaigners seeking to draw attention to these critical issues. The outreach and engagement program will take place from October to December of 2016. Therefore, we would like to do Minority Rights & Interfaith Film Screening & Campaign in Myanmar & SEA and we are welcome your films to screen Myanmar & SEA region.
New documentary exposes exposes illegal fees charged to domestic workers in Hong Kong.
In March, partnering with the MCMAHT (Myanmar Catholic Migration and Anti-Human Trafficking) Network, we organized a screening of films on migrant workers attended by 40 residents in the village of Kwin Sann, Bago, Myanmar.
The ‘Punks For West Papua’ Documentary Road Trip wrapped up on Sunday with hundreds of people around the country attending screenings in Sydney, Darwin, Perth, Melbourne, Brisbane, Lismore and Byron Bay.