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Animated videos and communicating with Indigenous Communities

Date posted: 10th of November 2016

Menzies recently hosted a great seminar on the use of videos to communicate messages to indigenous communities - especially useful in health and to aid in providing consent to research activities, discussion with community groups or for providing appropriate feedback tools to deliver key messages.

Michael from iTalk demonstrated some of the videos already produced for use in remote communities and for people who speak first languages.  The videos are free to watch, some in multiple languages, and available from their website, making them a great resource for all*. 

 

*This work has been created by translating/interpreting a story distributed by italk library under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International licence

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