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Palestine Remix

Updated Friday 19th February 2016

Remix documentaries about Palestine to create your own production

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Palestine Remix puts dozens of documentaries on Palestine at your fingertips, allowing you to view or use parts of various films to create your own productions. […]

Using cutting-edge technology that synchronises text and video, you can instantly find anything mentioned in the films. […]

Palestine Remix is your interactive resource to learn about the little-known narratives of the Palestinian-Israeli story. […]

You can explore Palestine Remix in any of the four different languages in which these films are available: English, Arabic, Turkish and Bosnian.”

It was initiated by a for-profit enterprise and encourages people to participate through an online platform. Palestine Remix is local, national, transnational and global and is concerned with anti-discrimination, equality and social justice, democracy, politics and representation, human rights, international development, media democratisation, neighbourhood and community and peace.

It was launched in 2014 and is ongoing.

This page is part of Participation Now, a project that brings together a diverse collection of participatory public engagement initiatives with the aim of supporting exploration, learning and engagement. Explore the collection of initiatives or read more about the project.

 

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