Dynamics of Civic Engagement

The Dynamics of Civic Engagement Program is a suite of projects and activities geared towards increasing peoples’ engagement in all forms of civic life. Our partners in this initiative include The Planet Spins, Southern Cross University, Youth Against Corruption Vanuatu, Bread for the World, and the International Centre for Non-Violent Conflict.

Program Pasifika
2012 to current
Funded by EED/BfdW

This project supports citizen-based journalism activities in Papua New Guinea and the region.

Digital Media Workshops
2010 to 2011
Funded by community donations

In conjunction with Fest’Napuan, Canal Studio, Wan Smolbag, and Village de Santo, Further Arts coordinated digital media workshops for young people in Port Vila and Santo.

Sisters at Work
2014 to current
Funded by community donations and Southern Cross University, and The Planet Spins

This project supports the recently arrived migrant women in Australia.

Umi Mas Vot  2012

In conjunction with  Canal Studio, Lukaotem Gud Santo Festival Capitol FM 107, Further Arts and the Youth Unit of Canal Studio coordinated democracy and voting awareness activities in Santo.

Read the Umi Mas Vot Report here


Using arts and culture for social transformation