|Title||Activism, Art-ivism and Digital Media to Reduce Marginalisation: Sharing Experiences and Lessons from Brazil, Kenya, Syria, and Costa Rica|
|Authors||Medrado, A. and Rega, I.|
This guide is part of the AHRC e-Voices: Redressing Marginality International Network(http://evoices.cemp.ac.uk). The project ran in 2018 and 219 and brought together a global network of academics and practitioners to explore the theme of marginalisation and how digital media can be used to support marginalised groups to make their voices heard within and beyond the borders of their communities and promote social inclusion. During 2018 a range of events were held in the UK, Brazil, Kenya, Syria and Costa Rica to explore and share strategies and modalities implemented by activists and development organisations to fight marginalisation.
|Keywords||media activism; Global South; marginalisation; artivism; digital media|
|Funder||AHRC (Arts & Humanities Research Council)|
|Web address (URL)||http://evoices.cemp.ac.uk/outputs-for-practitioners/|