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Published on Apr 12, 2010
Digital Democracy Co-Directors Mark and Emily travel to Northern Thailand to Mae La refugee camp to launch Dd's digital penpal program Project Einstein with Burmese youth living in the camp. Students from the Leadership Management Training College, never having held a camera before, are taught the fundamentals of digital photography and choose themes to document with the cameras: Internally Displaced People, A day in the life in the camp, youth life and School life. While giving this training, Mark and Emily stream live for DdTv viewers, we see a tour of the camp's facilities, and conversations with the students on topics of technology access in the camp, and how digital photography has the potential to change their lives. Watch this episode of DdTv and see what this refugee camp looks like through the eyes of the youth who are living there.