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UMEED JAWAN

Interactive Resource Centre (IRC) and Umeed Jawan in collaboration with Islamia University Bahawalpur & Bahauddin Zakriya University, Multan invites youth to explore their creativity by participating in our “film and citizen journalism workshops”.
Objectives:
The campaign aims to educate and encourage students from Southern Punjab to get involved in creating a local narrative that promotes peace and tolerance through filmmaking. This initiative will provide the youth with employable skills that allows them to express themselves through film and other creative mediums.
200 selected students will receive a 5 day intense mobile video training where they will be oriented on human rights, peace building and social media, and will learn how to use their mobile phones as a tool for citizen journalism.
Out of the 200 students, 20 will be selected from each university for a four month paid fellowship which will include one month in house residency training at IRC’s Lahore office. These students will have an opportunity to learn the skills of documentary film making, peace building, social media and script writing. They will also have an opportunity to direct a larger documentary on issues relevant to them, which will be screened at festivals, and on regional TV channels.
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INTERACTIVE RESOURCE CENTER

Interactive Recourse Center is a nonprofit organization – striving to build consciousness among marginalized sections of the society in Pakistan regarding their basic rights (social and economic justice, democracy & citizenship rights and gender equality etc). Formed in December 2000, IRC is an initiative to explore new avenues for community mobilization and dialogue in order to assist people in their struggle to regain collective strength. Interactive Recourse Center is a nonprofit organization – striving to build consciousness among marginalized sections of the society in Pakistan regarding their basic rights (social and economic justice, democracy & citizenship rights and gender equality etc). Formed in December 2000, IRC is an initiative to explore new avenues for community mobilization and dialogue in order to assist people in their struggle to regain collective strength.
UPCOMING EVENTS  RECENT PAST EVENTS INTRECTIVE RESOURCE CENTER

12Th Interactive Theatre Festival by IRC at ali institute, ferozepur road, Lahore On 01 Novrmber to 3rd November(5:30pm to 8:00pm)

MOU signed with Islamia University of Bahawalpur(IUB) by IRC on 8th October 2013 at IRC office Lahore


Theatre Performance by IRC on Musculinity supported by Gep at Hajvery Shadi Hall, Badami Bagh, Lahore On 4th July.

Correspondants engaged by IRC

6th Vasakh Film Festival At IRC

Interactive Theatre Performance on Masculinity 

Interactive Theatre Performance on the theme of Gender (in prospective of masculinity), will be organised on 29th May 2013 at 6:30pm in IRC office Lahore.

Training Workshop In Islamabad For Trade Unions And Labor Unions

Workshop on Logistics Management and Accounts Planning at IRC

Pakistan Election Compendium: A clear insight into the electoral process

Launching Seminar of The Pakistan Election Compendium 1970-2008

Seminar by IRC on the issues of Marginalized groups” in Mirpurkhas, Multan and Bahawalnagar

MAATI.TV

Alternative Voice Of People

Maati. TV is a project of Interactive Resource Centre (IRC). Maati (Media, Arts and Technology Info matrix) is a word of Punjabi that means ‘Earth.’ Maati.TV was launched in the year 2011 as the first web based TV, which encourages youth to voice their opinions and put the most pressing issues to the forefront. Maati.TV is operating from Punjab and Sindh and has correspondents in 20 districts of Pakistan

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