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Negotiating the Gap between Ground -level Understanding and Policy I nfluence : applying participatory video processes in shifting relational dynamics . Jacqueline Shaw & Clive Robertson. Participate : knowledge from the margins for post 2015.

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jacqueline shaw clive robertson

Negotiating the Gap between Ground-level Understanding and Policy Influence: applying participatory video processes in shifting relational dynamics

Jacqueline Shaw & Clive Robertson

participate knowledge from the margins for post 2015
Participate: knowledge from the margins for post 2015

Participate initiative - co-convened by IDS and the Beyond 2015 campaign

Working with 18 PRG partners in 30 countries - to bring realities of poverty from the perspective of the poorest communities into the post 2015 policy debate

Visual methods programme- exploring how visual processes can mediate ‘between the worlds’ of people living in poverty and national and global policy makers.

visual methods
Visual methods

Trainingin visual methods such as participatory video and digital story telling – key strategies to structure, and drive action research processes

Support and direct accompaniementof visual processes in context

Research synthesis and exhibition of visual materials

Documentary film for high level panel

the documentary not typical in narrative structure or production
The documentary - not typical in narrative structure or production

20 minute compilation – 6 months 7 countries

Purpose –for some of most marginalised communities to communicate stories directly to specific audience of policy makers(HLP) Grounding – emergent stories from PR processes – different ways in different settings

Tensions – maintaining ground level ownership through production process e.g relational building process, parallel crews, collaborative story boarding

iteratively evolving processes
Iteratively evolving processes

What is shown by the stories about the unintended consequences of interventions, and what matters to people living in poverty?

What can we learn about the dynamics of development processes and relationships?

What are the lessons for policy and practice about how to build collaboration with those living in greatest poverty

How can the film be used, and what obstacles are faced?