Does Engaging School Students in Peacebuilding Work? Using Participatory Video and Most Significant Change in Cote d'Ivoire

A great blog post by UNICEF on our recent work together in Cote d'Ivoire:

http://www.allianceforpeacebuilding.org/2015/10/does-engaging-schoo...

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Comment by Jan Somers on November 10, 2015 at 12:31am

Great post! I am convinced that video recording can be a huge asset for learning purposes. Not only for collective learning of the viewers but also the "actors" themselves.

Comment by Soledad Muniz on November 6, 2015 at 12:31pm

Hi Rituu! Here you have my answers:

1) The stories are selected by each group of youth telling the stories together in a circle. That secures that decision-making stays with them. They do so defining a common criteria on significance.

2) Yes, we asked the partner to select a sample that was gender balanced.

Comment by Rituu B. Nanda on November 5, 2015 at 9:52pm

Thanks for posting Soledad. i appreciate the work you do...very much! I had two queries. Please could you share the challenges you faced in shortlisting stories. Also did you consider gender lens in selecting students for the participatory video?

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