1. Project Awesome


    from Sibol Pilipinas / Added

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    Advocacy Mentor: Joshua "Josh" Antonio 2014 Photocacy Fellows: Jared Joven Jhillian Escuro Robyn Bicierro

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    • Tech-up Orione


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      Advocacy Mentor: Sheila Vibal 2014 Photocacy Mentors: Aaliyah Ybanez Alicia Manganti Irene Ryu

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      • Passion Playground


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        Advocacy Mentor: Hebe Valerio 2014 Photocacy Fellows: Patricia "Cami" Dimatulac Rafael "Raf" Minosa Katrina Rivera

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        • The Sound of Social Change - Mandy Connell at Commonground Festival 2014


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          Commonground is an intentional community just outside of Melbourne. In this clip from their fund-raising festival in 2014, Mandy Connell speaks about the role of music in social change and plays her song "Intervention".

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          • Voices on Ferguson


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            Iliff and friends respond to the aftermath of the Ferguson grand jury decision surrounding the death of Michael Brown.

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            • Home Sweet Home


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              Home Sweet Home is a programme of short films about post-war housing and regeneration. Collectively they form a framework for thinking about the housing crisis (not enough, too expensive) and the challenge of providing more homes and maintaining diverse communities. The programme running time is 1 hour. It was screened at the V&A Museum on the 19th and 20th November 2014. This film has extracts from the following: Silchester Estate Medley (2014), Gloucester Court Reminiscence Group (2014), Nursery (2013), More West (2014) and Residents of Frinstead House Dream of T-rex and Rainbows (2014). Programme curated by Constantine Gras, V&A Museum Community Artist in Residence. He is based in a 1960s council flat on the Silchester Estate in North Kensington. This is currently being redeveloped as More West and will provide 112 flats of mixed market and social rent. Films and images in the programme kindly sourced from British Council, London Metropolitan Archives, RBKC Local Studies and Archive, Wellcome Collection, Ad* access Digital Collection, D'Arcy Macius Benton & Bowles Records, John W. Hartman Centre for Sales, Advertising and Marketing History, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Duke University, Gloucester Court Reminiscence Group, Nahid Ashby, residents of Silchester Estate and Dee Harding. vam.ac.uk/content/articles/c/community-artist-in-residence-constantine-gras/ www.grasart.com

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              • OceanPath Fellowship (with French Subtitles)


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                The OceanPath Fellowship provides community focused experiential learning opportunities for graduating students to become active and effective change-makers, bringing new ideas and working closely with communities to foster sustainable and positive social change in Canada and around the world. For more information and to apply, visit us at www.oceanpathfellows.com

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                • 101 Social Change Investors


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                  This short video was shot using an iphone5 and edited with imovie. It is purpose is to use on social media and a website to raise awareness of the impact of local business investing into social entrepreneurs and their community. Music sourced from Audio Jungle.

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                  • Lessons from the Frontline of the LGBT Movement


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                    Doug Hattaway and Alex Cole of Hattaway Communications join The Communications Network for a webinar on the impact of strategic communications on one of our country’s most successful social change struggles - the fight for marriage equality for LGBT Americans - and how to apply the lessons learned to other social change movements.

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                    • Believers (2013)


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                      These days it seems that nothing is as polarizing and controversial as religious belief. Everywhere one goes it seems that people are asking the question: Do we even need religion? Is it limiting our understanding? What kind of world is being produced by these faith systems? Regardless of your answers to these questions, it is hard to deny that worship still plays an important role in many people's lives and many people simply do not understand where others are coming from. Believers is a unique exploration of those questions related to faith by focusing the lens on five of the world's belief systems, Agnosticism, and the new Atheism. The film follows Sacha Sewhdat's personal journey towards understanding as he searches for the value of religion in modern society. With honesty and objectivity Sacha explores what it means to believe in a higher power or what it would mean to let those beliefs go. It is a film that will both inform and challenge what you know about religion in the 21st century. Follow us: http://facebook.com/believersdoc http://twitter.com/believersdoc http://youtube.com/believersdoc IMDb: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3439748 Featuring: Pt. Roopnauth Sharma (Hinduism) Dr. Martin Lockshin (Judaism) Rev. Dr. Bhante Saranapala (Buddhism) Ps. Trevor Garrett (Christianity) Kevin Smith (Atheism) Imam Zafar Bangash (Islam) Written & Directed by Sacha Sewhdat & Aaron Porteous "Believers Theme" composed by Andres Morales http://www.andresmoralesmusic.com © Red Egg Entertainment | http://redeggentertainment.com

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