Uncovering West African narratives through Media for Peace: Xchange Perspectives e.V. (XcP) and several West African organisations collaborate to produce 14 short films addressing current and cultural affairs while emphasising the value of peaceful storytelling.
For Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), Xchange Perspectives e. V. (XcP) developed a compelling video series to promote peace and understanding in Yemen by offering key insights into conflict resolution and coexistence.
Xchange Perspectives e.V. (XcP) collaborates with multiple West African organisations to create 18 short films highlighting innovation, resilience, and social change, while emphasising the power of Media for Peace in the region.
Xchange Perspectives e.V. (XcP) created COMIRE.DE, supporting migrants and refugees through accessible information amid a pandemic in North Africa. The project demonstrates the power of community-driven initiatives to inform and empower even when funding is scarce.
Xchange Perspectives e.V. (XcP) joins multiple organisations across five West African countries to create 27 short films exploring the societal consequences of COVID-19, utilising the power of Media for Peace amidst a global crisis.
Media Education Team (MET) Liberia and Xchange Perspectives e.V. (XcP) join efforts to address the spectre of election violence in Liberia by organising Media for Peace Summits, offering a platform for dialogue and understanding across diverse communities.
Xchange Perspectives e.V. (XcP) partners with organisations across West Africa to train 36 filmmakers in Media for Peace, culminating in six inspiring short films that capture the essence of activism and community engagement.
How can the media be used for peace? Through an exhaustive and exciting process that we share with our partners. Drawing insights from different disciplines, we work cooperatively to instil values, strategies and actions which – through media – further the cause of peace in our communities.
Xchange Perspectives e.V. (XcP) was once more back in West Africa, working with filmmakers from Sierra Leone, Ghana and Liberia, including the production of six Media for Peace films about issues of concern in all three countries.