SPECTRUM MEDIA INTRO AND FEATURED PROJECTS
War Stories Peace Stories
We partnered with Peace Direct to launch War Stories Peace Stories: Peace, Conflict & The Media, a multimedia project designed to challenge reporters and editors to examine new strategies and approaches for covering peace and conflict. Photo by Jayel Aheram more»
Fragile Island of Peace
Fragile Island of Peace, a documentary film that will tell the story of a decade long peace process that emerged in Burundi following the treaty that ended its long bloody civil war. The story continues to unfold, and the film is a work in progress. more»
Diamonds, Development and Property Rights
We produced videos for USAID to help rural diamond miners in the Central African Republic protect their land and livelihoods. more»
Crisis Communications in Haiti
We worked with the Haitian government, USAID, the United Nations, and key NGOs to get critical information to the survivors of the earthquake. more»
Beekeeping in Malawi
We created a breakthrough multi-media campaign and training program to promote the sustainable use of natural resources through activities such as beekeeping and fish farming for USAID and the government of Malawi. more»
Expanding Healthcare in Rural Malawi
We documented the work by Partners in Health and The Clinton Hunter Development Initiative to build a hospital and improve health services for poor families in an isolated area of Malawi. more»
The Act of Teaching
We developed an award-winning series of 16 videos on innovations in college teaching for Harvard University, including this video demonstrating the use of theatrical exercises and techniques, to improve learning. more»
Spectrum Media works at the intersection of media, peacebuilding and global development.
We produce documentary films, currently focusing on films about peacebuilding and reconciliation. We develop communication strategy and design public awareness programs to promote social and environmental reforms in developing countries. We work to build awareness of peaceful solutions to conflict.
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