ESRC - Funded Participatory Videos from Tanzania
DEV’s Dr Nicole Gross-Camp and research collaborator Glory Massao from the Mpingo Conservation Development Initiative Tanzania, have recently launched two participatory videos created in conjunction with two communities in Kilwa District exploring issues of environmental justice. The videos form part of the Tanzania case study and are part of the ESRC-funded Conservation, Markets and Justice project led by DEV’s Dr Adrian Martin.
These videos (below) add to the recent release of two additional videos from the Bolivian case study.
Water is Life was created by 10 residents of Ruhatwe Village in Kilwa District of Tanzania in September 2014. The video explores issues of environmental justice particularly around water within their community.
Our Forest Rights was created by 10 residents of Kikole Village in Kilwa District of Tanzania in November 2014. The video explores issues of environmental justice particularly around forest management.