Ctrl+Alt+Shift – Innovative UK based new social activism organisation using new media, visual arts and stunts for social justice aimed at young people. Part of Christian Aid.
Dropping Knowledge – Using strong international photo-journalistic images ‘dropping knowledge’ invite questions from the public to accompany the images as postcards or posters. Their website allows for these questions to be debated. Some social videos are also featured on the site.
duckrabbit – Duckrabbit are the only production company in the UK who combine the power of still images and audio to provoke change. Also see their lively blog.
Media Storm – MediaStorm’s principal aim is to usher in the next generation of multimedia storytelling by publishing social documentary projects incorporating photojournalism, interactivity, animation, audio and video for distribution across multiple media.
Photo.circle –is a network of photographers in Nepal that hosts presentations, discussions, workshops, multimedia and film screenings and exhibitions. Organized by b&n; a communications company based in Kathmandu, photo.circle is a unique platform that highlights the power of visual storytelling.
Proof – Proof: Media for Social Justice is a non-profit organization committed to raising awareness of the issues faced by populations in post-conflict societies and to encourage social change using a variety of media including photographic essays, video documentaries and first-hand witness account.
Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting – in-depth multimedia productions on global issues.
Storiesforchange – is an on-line meeting place for community digital storytelling facilitators and advocates. Learn more about how we’re using this unique medium for social change.
Weyo – communications agency specializing in non-profits. Offers services of documentary photography, branding, promotional material, website design and media training.