Pathways to accountability through videoing processes

Details of the organization
Jackie Shaw
United Kingdom

Information about the project
Pathways to accountability through videoing processes
This research explored how participatory video processes can both inclusively engage citizens and build supportive relationships with dutybearers. This addresses two key challenges in building accountability for marginalised citizens: how to meaningfully involve the most excluded people; and how to shift relational dynamics so they can claim influence and expect governance response. Comparative case studies in Kenya and Indonesia used extended participatory video processes in order to negotiate the intrinsic practice tensions more effectively and ethically. The research outputs show how participatory video can better enable the pathways from video-driven action learning to video-mediated dialogue between marginalised communities and state actors.
International implementation
Ongoing from 01/10/2016 to 18/05/2017
MAVC IDS Seed Institute Reality Check Indonesia

WSIS information
* The role of governments and all stakeholders in the promotion of ICTs for development
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