Videos

Pacific Style-Advocacy is a three mins whiteboard animation produced by SPC’s Regional Rights Resources Team (RRRT).

The animation was developed as part of a Pacific Leadership Program (PLP) funded program entitled, “Implementation of the Pacific People Advancing Change (PPAC) to get across a simple but clear understanding of the concept of advocacy with the objective of inspiring people, CSOs and other groups that change is possible.

 


A Rights Based Approach is a three-minute whiteboard animation produced by SPC’s Regional Rights Resources Team (RRRT).

In developing various modalities of providing technical assistance to SPC member countries, facilitating the communication of clear and concise message on human rights can be achieved with the use of audio-visual productions.

This animation is part of a package of tools to communicate a simple but a clear understanding of the core elements of a human

 


The Building Blocks of Human Rights, is a three minute whiteboard animation produced by SPC’s Regional Rights Resources Team (RRRT).

In developing various modalities of providing technical assistance to SPC member countries, facilitating the communication of clear and concise message on human rights can be achieved with the use of audio-visual productions.

This animation is part of a package of tools to communicate a simple but clear understanding of what are our human rights and the various human rights laws that detail out specific rights and state obligations in relation to those rights.

 

Human Rights Not a Foreign Flower is a short film produced by the Pacific Community (SPC) Regional Rights Resources Team (RRRT). Focusing on Human Rights, Culture and Religion, the film discusses where Human Rights come from in the Pacific; and the interplay between religion, culture and human rights in the Pacific and its impact on violence against women.

 

Sustaining Campaign Coalitions is a three mins whiteboard animation produced by the SPC’s Regional Rights Resource Team (RRRT).The animation explains the core elements required for sustaining civil society coalitions focused on achieving certain goal/s for the community/social good. The video is a tool to building an understanding of both the challenges coalitions face in sustaining themselves over long campaigns to achieve social change, as well as what measures can be taken to maintain coalitions and their member’s energy, drive and action for change.



SPC’s Regional Rights Resource Team receives core funding from the Australian Government and additional project support from the Kingdom of the Netherlands, Pacific Leadership Programme (PLP), European Union (EU) and the German Development Bank (KfW).