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Development practitioners, scientists, extension officers and students involved in agricultural research for development (AR4D) are invited to participate in an intensive 5-day training course: Participatory Video Facilitation for AR4D » Download Course Flyer

Registration deadline: 16 August 2019
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Are you…

  • Working to enhance the inclusion of marginalized stakeholders in your AR4D work?
  • Interested in incorporating participatory methods and group-based video activities into your fieldwork?
  • Looking to find innovative ways to improve communication between stakeholders?
  • Interested in learning about different applications of Participatory Video (PV), to support farmers and other stakeholders in sharing their experiences or communicating knowledge in more impactful ways?

This 5-day training course will build up your facilitation skills through hands-on activities, enabling you to support collaborative video-making. In small training groups, we will walk you through the step-by-step process of facilitating a PV workshop. We will also make time for sharing your own experiences and reflecting with other practitioners on the many possibilities, as well as the ethical challenges of involving different stakeholders in video-making. This course will prepare you to start integrating PV into your future AR4D projects, from proposal stage through to evaluation and scaling processes.

Lead Trainer:
Dr. Pamela Richardson-Ngwenya

When?
22–26 Sep 2019

Where?
DITSL, Witzenhausen, Germany

Cost: €1100
Language: English
Max number of participants: 12

Registration deadline: 16.08.2019
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Sokha Hin
Sokha Hin is cofounder of OpenTeam. Engaged into creating a more sustainable economy. 10+ years track in innovation and digital startup environment. Discovered the so little-known reality of climate change at COP20, in Lima, Peru, Dec 2014. Engaged as a consequence into raising awarness of citizens worldwide and empowering citizens into concrete action through digital tools and spreading social entrepreneurship. The World can evolve only by providing a collective reponse, up to the stake of climate change.

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