We specialise in making cost-effective, easy-to-understand training and information films.
We did some research a few years ago and found that – despite the thousands of online videos now available about inclusive education – very few offered hands-on advice for practitioners in resource-poor contexts. Many of the films we reviewed offered basic awareness messages or were focused on promoting organisations and raising funds. EENET is therefore committed to addressing the lack of practical videos on inclusive education.
Our team members have extensive experience of making short documentary, training and promotional films. Our own film project – An Inclusive Day – will give you a flavour of our work.
In particular, we have experience of helping to make stakeholder-voice films, where children and young people, parents, teachers and other community members have opportunities to share their experiences and views on education and inclusion. The short Young Voices film we made for Atlas Alliance is an example. Ideally, we work with stakeholders so that they can be involved in directing the content of the films, not just appearing in them.
If you would like to find out more about the support we can provide with film-making, please contact us.