by OBR Indonesia
A campaign video made by One Billion Rising for Justice activists in Indonesia calling an end to violence against women.
I Am A Migrant
by ILO TV
Listen to Amena, Shilpi, Rukeya, Rehana, Maqsuda, Benu and Jyotsana share their experiences as female migrant workers in the Middle East.
Workers vs. Big Corp.
More than 200 Cambodian garment workers are in a dispute with a supplier of clothing brands such as Walmart and H&M, who owes them nearly $200,000 in wages.
Two female migrant workers, who do not have the necessary documentation to live and work in Malaysia are abused by errant members of the police.
I'm Like This, You're Like That
by Bang Jack
Elsi, a pregnant blogger, answers questions around violence and her dreams of religious tolerance for her unborn child.
Chairun Nissa speaks to us on being a woman and a filmmaker ... more
Stay In Touch
In Jakarta, Indonesian activists organized a series of activities in "One Billion Rising" campaign to end violence against women. ... more
Manus Island and Australia's Asylum Policy
In the wake of violent incident at Manus Island immigration detention camp, EngageMedia compiled videos of life in Australia’s immigration camps – past and present. ... more
Using Drones for Advocacy
An example of how drones can be used for advocacy though documentation of coal-loading in East Kalimantan, Indonesia.
Video Advocacy with Myanmar CSOs
A day of Video Advocacy 101 with activists from Myanmar