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'Daniel in the Homophobic Lions' Den' intro


Raymond Brian (The Nature Network, Kenya) introduced 'Daniel in the Homophobic Lion's Den'. 'Daniel in the Homophobic Lion’s Den' creatively uses stories from the Bible to tell the life experiences of LGBTQIA+ Ugandan refugees living in Nairobi. In this film the Nature Network use the story of Daniel to celebrate the liberation of the LGBTQIA+ community against the anti-homosexuality bill in Uganda. The film is part of the 'Tales of Sexuality and Faith: The Ugandan LGBT Refugee Life Story' research project led by Adriaan van Klinken and Johanna Stiebert.

ReSpace introduce 'The Hertica Home'


'The Hertica Home' is a short 3D interactive documentary that uses testimony to explore connections between space and memory by focusing upon the the Sami Frasheri gymnasium faculty in the Hertica Family home, a School House in Prishtina, Kosovo in the 1990s. This short piece developed by Bournemouth University Computer Animation students and coordinated by Dr. Paula Callus and uses the Unreal gaming engine, CGI and interviews and found sounds to develop fragmentary and non-relational impressions of this place. Watch the team introduce their film.

SEE Education Making the Museum of Education


This panel event, part of the Changing the Story: Inside Out and Outside In Festival (Kosovo), brought together the people who contributed to making the school house system during the 1990s in Kosovo, including students that participated in The Making of the Museum of Education project. Exploring how museums emerge, the interactions between places, narratives and social actors in the process of excavation and construction of pasts in Kosovo.

Changemakers in Film Summit: Health is Wealth


Recording of Changing the Story's second online event in the Changemakers in Film Summit series 2021, 'Health is Wealth: Revisiting the influence of Arts organisations in helping the youth in post conflict societies'. The event features panellists Achabu Kire (Participatory Arts for Health Improvement in North-East India), Prof Ananda Breed (Mobile Arts for Peace), and Martin Keats (Bishop Simeon Trust).

Cambodia workshop


In March 2019, Changing the Story hosted a workshop in Phnom Penh, Cambodia titled ‘Learning from the past with and for young people: Intergenerational dialogue, education and memory after genocide.’ Find out about our Cambodia strand and hear from project Co-Investigators and partners who attended the event.

A state of Mental well being (final)


'A State of Mental Wellbeing Through Arts', directed by Achabu Kire was screened as part of the Changing the Story Online Film Festival 2020.