Amplifying the voice of youth through planetary health films
Dahdaleh Institute Research Fellow Mark Terry recently published an article in The Lancet Planetary Health, discussing the impact of the Planetary Health Film Lab. Developed by researchers at the Dahdaleh Institute for Global Health Research, the Planetary Health Film Lab is an intensive 1-week workshop that teaches participants from around the world how to create documentary films on planetary health issues relevant to their countries and communities. The inaugural film lab conducted this past February, has proven to be a successful approach to mobilising youth in the pursuit of creating informative and influential videos on the research, effects, and solutions related to planetary health issues.
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Planetary Health Film Lab | Education, Project, Research
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