See your research in motion
Elevate your science communications with stunning videos. Our creative team will take your research on a journey of sight and sound to reach an even larger audience.
Check out examples of our videos below
- Showcasing a multi-year research initiative
- Cutting edge scientific progress
- Storytelling with beautiful photos and data
- Enticing readers to your reports
- Promoting Participation
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Showcasing a multi-year research initiative
We created these videos for The Knowledge for Democracy Myanmar (K4DM) Initiative, which is jointly supported by Global Affairs Canada and the International Development Research Centre (IDRC). The CAD$10.7 million initiative ran for 5 years in Phase 1, supporting local researchers with the aim of strengthening Myanmar's internal capacity to generate sound advice for public policymaking. Phase 2 was launched in 2022 at the K4DM Knowledge Marketplace - Bangkok 2022.
Cutting edge scientific progress
Bring your research to a wider audience with our storytelling and visual imagery skills. We will accurately explain your research and show viewers why it is important. See these videos we made with Hokkaido University.
Storytelling with beautiful photos and data
The Myanmar Institute for Integrated Development (MIID) produced a beautiful photo essay based on their research to identify factors affecting women's economic, political and social empowerment. We produced documentary videos in English, Myanmar and French using the beautiful photos and data from MIID's research.
Voices of Ethnic People In Shan State About Gender Equality
Voix Des Populations Ethniques De L’état Shan Au Sujet De L’égalité Des Genres
Enticing readers to your reports
Use videos to highlight your reports and encourage viewers to find out more.
What does it take to rebuild a research culture
The Doing Research in Myanmar report by the Global Development Network and Centre for Economic and Social Development is a systematic study of how social science research is produced, distributed and used in the country. Follow these links for more details and to hear those involved speak about it directly in our podcast.
Understanding Myanmar's Development Research Report Series
The report series with Chiang Mai University’s Regional Center for Social Science and Sustainable Development seeks to enhance Myanmar’s knowledge development and promote academic dialogue within South East Asia.
Short videos distributed through social media and websites can be a great way to increase participation by reaching wider audiences.
Heroes falling through the cracks
With the Centre for Economic and Social Development (CESD), we produced this video in English and Myanmar languages to support the CESD survey on challenges facing Myanmar's migrant workers in the COVID-19 pandemic. In just 5 days, the video reached almost 65000 people with over 45000 people engaging with the Facebook post.
Tea Circle Blog
Tea Circle is a forum for new perspectives on Myanmar, highlighting analysis, research, opinions, book reviews, multi-media presentations and other types of submissions from a global community of contributors. This video was produced to invite other researchers at a virtual conference.