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L'utilizzo fatto dalla RAI (TG1) delle risorse preparate dal progetto Eugad

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In the Vrinda Project, we share the inside stories of development cooperation programmes. So, we have opted for extensive use of audio-visual media and have worked together with grass roots partners at their project locations.
We use the camera as a means to understand and communicate the cultural context of cooperation activities and to bring out the human element of development work. In these videos, you can see the backstage of our team while they work, debates among development actors, and various opinions, approaches and interpretations of people involved in cooperation work.
We have uploaded these videos on YouTube and on Wikimedia Commons: in this way, project stakeholders can freely utilize and share the video footage with people or partners. Their feedback helps us edit the video footage and link stories and testimonials on development issues that are tackled in this handbook.
The audio-visual footage was collected as part of the EUGAD project. Most of it was shot in South Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa, Middle East and South America. Most of it was supported by partners from these regions, especially the Kautilya Society and Armadilla).
The Italian State Television (RAI1) also collaborated with this initiative. Two journalists of RAI1 traveled with us to project locations. We introduced them to cooperation projects and facilitated their interactions on the field. The Kautilya Society team independently collected additional audio-visual documentation and shared it with the RAI1 colleagues. On the basis of this footage, RAI1 produced 5 short reportages (TV7 programme) and a one-hour reportage for TG1 Speciale. Through this experience, we wanted to enable each other in achieving their objectives without necessarily compromising any. We were both free to interpret and edit the footage in the way we wanted and to freely broadcast the product of this joint effort.
After having been broadcast on RAI 1, the audio-visual resources are now the exclusive asset of the project. We are now preparing an independent documentary and will explore avenues for distributing the resources we have collected during our journey to projects in remote lands. We are re-editing these resources further to produce this wikibook independent documentary on development cooperation. The difference between how RAI used the video footage and how we are using it will also help us to understand the challenge of communicating real development issues in a fair manner to the public (more in ⇒ Media and the international communication climate)
The video resources so collected had been organized in development stories, list of main testimonials and issues and that these had been linked to the manual chapters. They are also edited in the form of a documentary that can be broadcast independently on the television channels.

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