We work in partnership with non-governmental organisations around the world, including the Panos network, to develop and implement community-based oral testimony projects. The communities acquire new communication and research skills as well as materials and outputs to raise awareness and press for change. The process of being listened to and having your perspective acknowledged can be an empowering experience for the individuals involved. We support communities – financially and with technical advice – to communicate the testimonies to local and national audiences through for example, radio programmes, exhibitions, theatre performances and local language booklets.
We also devise and manage participatory and qualitative research projects, using a range of tools, including photography, theatre and video to deliver research which is inclusive and engaging for its participants.