02/08/2012 | Panos London
It’s your chance to say what you think about these five great films as we put them to a public vote. The winning filmmaker will be awarded a residency at Panos London to learn more about our work, particularly in terms of the use of participatory approaches to media and communication.
02/06/2012 | Tia Jeewa
A look back on the first ever Student Film Festival London – what we asked of the students and what we learned from them.
02/06/2012 | Bhan Sahu
Bhan Sahu tells us about community relations and how she keeps in contact with the people in surrounding villages. By keeping good relationships, she sometimes hears of impact stories that she was previously unaware of.
01/27/2012 | Takhelchangbam Ambravati
The culture of elections in the state is of bribery, corruption and proxy voting. Democracy – which is based on people electing their own representatives – has become a farce of money power and muscle power.
01/23/2012 | Bhan Sahu
Bhan returns with a blog for us about social change in rural India and how this can come about by claiming ownership over community affairs.
01/13/2012 | Bhan Sahu
“It is the second time in six months that I had been called to the police station. The last time it happened, my landlord asked me to vacate the house immediately, saying he didn’t want any trouble. In the police station they asked me if I knew any Maoists.”
12/23/2011 | Anna Majavu
This programme, called “Skillz Street”, was developed specifically for girls and is run by the NGO Grassroot Soccer. It combines activities-based HIV prevention and life skills.
12/22/2011 | Stella Paul
Meet Bhan Sahu our new blogger from Chhattisgarh, India where the government is facing an armed uprising by Maoist guerrillas. Bhan works with people from marginalised communities – mostly women.
12/16/2011 | Maimoona Shahzadi
Maimoona wants to see Pakistani literacy rates to go up and to do this the government needs to encourage more female teachers to enter this profession at the primary level.
12/11/2011 | Siobhan Warrington
It is nine years since the International Year of Mountains (2002) when Panos London launched the Mountain Voices website, an online archive of testimonies from some 300 men and women living in mountain communities from 10 countries.