Multimedia campaigns for social good
Using examples and case studies, this talk will demonstrate the power of the multimedia to drive social action
How do we leverage the power of the media to drive action? How do we get people to stand up and take notice of the pressing problems of our time? What are some of the innovative ways in which multimedia including video, social media and on ground action can work in synergy to create change? Using popular case studies from the presenters personal experience as Multimedia Producer for non profit Breakthrough that works on challenging violence against women, this talk will look at current tools at our disposal to drive culture change.
An interest in multimedia tools and a desire to see social change
Madhuri Mohindar is a Multimedia Producer with human rights non profit Breakthrough on award winning multimedia campaigns and video that counteract violence and discrimination against women. This includes campaigns such as “Mission Hazaar” to stop gender-biased sex selection in Haryana, “#Askingforit” to challenge sexual harassment against school girls, and “Nation Against Early Marriage” changing behaviours on early marriage.
She is also a documentary filmmaker and has directed various documentaries, including “Can’t Hide Me” on gender equality for the Public Service Broadcasting Corporation broadcast on Doordarshan, ‘”My Kashmir” about being young in one of the most contentious regions of the world, and “Red Roses” about the immigrant experience of South Asian women in beauty parlor in New York. Her films have screened at various festivals and won various awards including featuring in SIMA - Social Impact Media Award curriculum for teachers.