News and Events
EngageMedia launched the research publication Videochronic at one of its partner organisations, Ruang Rupa on March 24, 2010.
The Secretariat For Justice and Peace of Merauke Diocese (SKP-KAM) is kind enough to share three of its videos to EngageMedia.
EngageMedia and partners the Indonesian Visual Art Archive with be hosting an "Archive Camp" in Yogyakarta, Indonesia this April 14-17. The camp will continue EngageMedia’s work of setting up a series of Plumi based offline video archives, as well as developing new strategies and tactics for digital video distribution.
EngageMedia will be conducting a video distribution camp near Malang, East Java, which will bring together key cultural groups and individuals to discuss, share skills and collaborate around digital video distribution.
Journalist Allan Nairn writes that Indonesian Special Forces Chosen By Obama for Renewed US Aid Ran '09 Activist Murders.
EngageMedia is hosting another workshop on video distribution in Indonesia, this time in Makassar, South Sulawesi. The 2-day workshop will explore how to use online and offline distribution tools to maximise the impact of your advocacy video.
Jakarta, March 10, 2010, Komnas FBPI – At the end of his tenure, the Indonesian bird flu coordinating agency urges that the fight against avian influenza and pandemic response should continue even without its presence.
Sydney-based group Indonesian Solidarity raises some issues regarding Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudoyono's visit to Australia
Video activist Seelan Palay reports back on EngageMedia workshop in Singapore.
The Planet is fine, the pople are fucked! Talk show and film screening
From April 15-17 2010 EngageMedia will be hosting a Plone based Video Archive Camp in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, in collaboration with the Indonesian Visual Art Archive. We are looking for some additional volunteers who are familiar with Plone.
Here’s your chance to make a film! The annual KOMAS FREEDOM FILM FEST film competition is back!
As activists continue to define their goals in the post-Suharto era, a new and exciting relationship is developing between social movements and the online distribution of video in Indonesia, writes Alexandra Crosby.
Peluncuran Videokronik dan diskusi video aktivisme di Ruang Rupa, Jakarta
EngageMedia is looking for a bright, studious and skilled individual with a background in the social justice and not-for-profit sectors to fill one of our most critical positions.
Featuring former host of SBS World News and member of the 2009 National Human Rights Consultation, Mary Kostikitis, on March 22nd we will be announcing the incredible line up of films, art, music and community initiatives that will take place at this year's festival.