The Qwasha! Portal for community digital content is an online public archive of counter narratives, community media productions, interviews, stories and activities. This initiative is addressing the need to increase the use of Information Communication Technologies and related social media platforms to facilitate and amplify citizen voices and grassroots exchange, dialogue, and collaboration at local, […]
We are excited at the prospect of working with the Centre for Curating the Archive and the Centre for African Studies at UCT (amongst others) on a groundbreaking new initiative called ‘Curate Africa’. Curate Africa is: “an online photographic exhibition curated across several themes, including African cities, place and citizenship, trade routes and religion. It takes place […]
The Ulwazi Programme in 20 Slides from McNulty on Vimeo. Niall McNulty introduces the Ulwazi Programme at the Durban PechaKucha evening, 2nd February 2012.
The Ulwazi Programme is an initiative run through the Libraries & Heritage Department of the eThekwini Municipality, which uses Web 2.0 technology, the public library and the community to collect indigenous knowledge and local history. Presentation given at PechaKucha Durban on the 23rd February 2012. Click here to download …