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EIA celebrates the end of three years of work

A short film showing the remarkable success of EIA’s 3 year training project in Tanzania. It reveals the fascinating and thought provoking documentaries, produced under the project, that are being used to campaign for social and environmental rights throughout Tanzania. The Last Edit – Our Voices, ‘Sauti Zetu’ from EIA on Vimeo. Tanzanian activists learning […]

Giving a voice to Tanzanian communities

Campaign group’s training helps people to shape agenda for change   DAR ES SALAAM: “I had never used cameras much for my work, then I attended one of the EIA training workshops and a whole new way of campaigning opened up. “Using cameras is now a key part of my work in documenting the challenges […]

Following up on Tanzania, EIA shares its skills

When I joined EIA back in the mists of time (well, 1997 actually) I was quickly dispatched to a remote part of Wales to undergo camera training. I especially remember the joys of performing a manual white balance with a bulky Hi-8 format camera on a bleak hilltop buffeted by strong winds. Fast forward to […]

EIA helping activism at a grassroots level

Rewind to August 2010; Pallavi Shah reported back from a capacity building workshop in Mbeya, Tanzania. Participating in that workshop was a young activist, Tumaini James, fighting for the rights of women and gender equality in Tanzania. Fast forward five months; Tumaini James has been busy using the skills he gained in the workshop to bring […]

Paul Redman on January sales

January is an exciting time of year for me as it is a chance to invest in the latest technology that gives EIA its cutting edge. Now don’t presume I am advocating needless spending, I hate waste and excess as much as any environmentally conscious activist but when it comes to investment it is people […]

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