kath, this is an amazing list!
while the following list doesn't exactly articulate vlogger video
advocacy, they do use a similar framework.
On Wed, May 21, 2008 at 1:59 PM, Kath O'Donnell <aliak77@...> wrote:
> hi Beth, here's a few that might be of interest. some might not be
> exactly what you're after, but I hope they help!
> http://www.engagemedia.org - EngageMedia is a video sharing site
> focusing on social justice and environmental issues in South East
> Asia, Australia and the Pacific. It is a space for critical
> documentary, fiction, artistic and experimental works that challenge
> the dominance of the mainstream media.
> http://www.videovolunteers.org/ - Video Volunteers - community media
> initiative in India that is using video to empower communities to take
> action around critical issues relevant to development. partnered with
> some NGOs. their women's videomaking skills-share projects & community
> video magazines are really great.
> has some others similar
> http://www.actv.co.il/portal/eportal.asp - (English page) Israel &
> Palestine video archive / independent internet tv
> http://transmission.cc/txap - Transmission Asia-Pacific - is a
> conference (happening now!) about video for social change
> http://www.aliak.com/content/tactical-media-brazil-summary-mind-map -
> a mind map summary of a Sarai Reader 04 article :
> - this lists a few organisations in Brazil using video
> http://undergrowth.org/motion_pixels - undergrowth magazine's video section
> & of course indymedia sites have video too : http://www.indymedia.org
> + sub-sites in different regions/cities
> 2008/5/21 beth_tilston <bethtilston@...>:
>> Hey all,
>> I'm doing a presentation this Saturday on 'web video and activism'
>> am wondering if anyone has any links or suggestions. I've already
>> planned to talk about Ryanishungry, Vision on Tv, Qik/mobile tech,
>> Alive in Baghdad/Swajana, Undercurrents. Any other suggestions for