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title:
Grassroots comics: a development communication tool
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year:
2007
place:
Helsinki
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pages:
162 p.
collation:
many illustr.
ISBN:
978-951-724-592-0
comment:
"The use of comics as a campaigning tool for grassroots organisations is a relatively new phenomenon and has been tested so far only in India, some other South Asian countries and in a few countries in Africa. This manual on the creation of comics as a medium for communication of development ideas shares the experiences the authors gained in seven countries. It gives a number of examples of comics from these countries, photographs from workshops on grassroots comic creation, and manuals that demonstrate how to approach this communication medium with local non-governmental organisations (NGOs) or with community members. It explains how to make wall poster comics, booklet comics, strips, and accordion folded mini comics for local distribution - at meeting places, bus stops, shops, offices, schools, on notice-boards and electricity poles, etc. Reproduction methods include: photocopying for issues up to 30-40 copies, screen printing for issues from 100 copies upwards, and offset printing for issues from 200-300 copies upwards." (CAMECO Update 4-2008)
contents:
Chapter I: Grassroots comics power! -- Why use grassroots comics? -- Grassroots comics formats. -- Chapter II: Works and workshops from India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, and Pakistan -- Chapter III: Works and workshops from Tanzania, Benin, and Mozambique -- Chapter IV: Comics as a medium among refugees (Palestinian refugees in Lebanon; refugees in Manchester, United Kingdom) -- Appendices: 4 manuals -- Notes on additional formats and resources -- Step-by-step training plan for a wallposter comics workshop -- A comics workshop programme, budget, material list, and a sample proposal.
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