Film Training and Audio Visual Collection for Mining Communities - Democratic Republic of Congo

In January 2020, The Media Awareness and Justice Initiative (MAJI) collaborated with the New Media Advocacy Project and AFREWATCH to carry out film making and audiovisual content collection in the Demoractic Republic of Congo.

These trainings were aimed at educating community people living in mining communities in Kolowezi on the various ways in which they could collect audiovisual contents  and use the them for advocacy and stakeholder interactions.

Community Representatives learnt new skills on content gathering, film production, framing, and mobile photography. This will support community engagements with mining companies and ensure that community voices are being heard in a non-violent but sustainable manner. 


You can view pictures of this training activity by clicking on  Training Pictures