Development Cooperation Handbook/The video resources linked to this handbook

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How we produced the videos linked to this handbook development

In the Vrinda Project, we have uses extensively videos as a means to understand and communicate the cultural context of cooperation activities and to bring out the human element of development work. In these videos, we also share the "backstage" of our team while they work, debates among development actors, and various opinions, approaches and interpretations of people involved in cooperation work.

We have shared the videos on YouTube YouTube icon block.png TVP Channel and on Commons-logo.svg Wikimedia Commons, under a Cc.logo.circle.svg Creative Commons License: in this way, project stakeholders can freely utilize and share the video footage with others or partners. Their feedback helps us edit the video footage and link stories and testimonials on development issues that are tackled in this handbook.

The Italian State Television (RAI1) has been a partner of this project. Two journalists of RAI1 traveled with us to project locations. We introduced them to cooperation projects and facilitated their interactions with project stakeholders. The Kautilya Society team independently collected additional audio-visual documentation and shared it with the RAI1 colleagues. On the basis of this footage, RAI 1 produced 5 short reportages (TV7 programme) and a one-hour reportage for TG1 Speciale (see below for more details).

After having been broadcast on RAI1, the copyright of all audio-visual resources belongs exclusively to this project that is taking the initiative forward.


I'd like to see the opinions of the local stakeholders, not the stories of the reporters - Lucas Lai

Video Library[edit]

Ardhanarishwara-TheVrindaProject-Logo.jpgThe Vrinda Project Channel

Main Playlists[edit]

Film-Camera.pngThe Development cooperation stories
Film-Camera.pngThe Development cooperation Issues
Film-Camera.png ⇒ The interviews in English, in Italian and in Hindi
Film-Camera.pngIntroduction to MDGs
Film-Camera.pngIntroduction to Countries
Film-Camera.pngIntroduction to the Manual
Film-Camera.pngInto Our Nature
Film-Camera.pngBackstage dialogues
Film-Camera.pngThe Documentary - Episodes 1 -4
Film-Camera.pngThe Documentary - Episodes 5 -8
Film-Camera.pngThe Documentary - PROMO

Testimonials[edit]

The documentary approach

We interviewed different stakeholders to understand who is contributing to the Global Agenda for Development and what are the challenges of raising required resources. See ⇒ the List of questions we have asked.
We collected the answers in ⇒ 10 main issues.

The discussion on the issues of development cooperation is in progress and you are welcome to contribute to it.

Testimonies-icon.pngList of testimonials
Clannad After Story Episode Icon.pngDevelopment Cooperation Stories

Backstage dialogues[edit]

Director chair.pngBackstage dialogues

The video reportage broadcast by RAI1[edit]

Film-Camera.pngUtilisation of collected resources for TV broadcast - playlist

Gauri in Africa - small.jpg
  • TV7
India
Sierra Leone
Syria
Lebanon
Colombia

The Episodes of the Documentary on Wikimedia[edit]

1 - MDG 1 - Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger
2 - MDG 2: Achieve universal primary education
3 - MDG 3: Promote gender equality and empower women
4 - MDG 4 Reduce child mortality
5 - MDG 5: Improve maternal health
6 - MDG 6: Combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and other diseases
7 - MDG 7 - Ensure environmental sustainability
8 - MDG 8: Develop a Global Partnership for Development

Tools[edit]

Swiss sknife.pngList of things to do in order to illustrate a project


See also[edit]

Issues icon.jpgIssues

Script.png In the documentary story ⇒ Integrating the video material with the manual

Feedback[edit]

You are invited to contribute to improving and expanding the Handbook. Your critical suggestions are most welcome. Do send an e-mail message if you'd like to provide feedback or share resources and tools that can be linked to this Handbook.


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