Videos for Change

by | May 1, 2019 | Bush Voices


Videos for Change


Time to get creative!

Do you have a student or students with a flair for digital media?

Entries are now open for the esteemed High Resolves Videos of Change Challenge; daring students to use their creative skills for some global goodness!


So, what is it?

Videos for Change provides a platform to amplify student voice to an international audience, with last year’s winning videos reaching more than 600,000 people in 91 countries. 

Videos for Change is a real-world, student-led, project-based learning experience that empowers high school students to be advocates of social change.

To be involved, students must create a one-minute video to inspire others to take action on a social issue they are passionate about — any issue at all.

This engaging learning experience allows students to develop the critical global competencies needed to be active, responsible and engaged citizens and can be delivered as a unit of work, part of a wellbeing program or simply used as an assessment item across multiple subject areas. 

The 2019 competition will be open for submissions from 24 June – 13 September and award categories include, Junior High, Senior High, People’s Choice and Indigenous Youth Voice.

The winning videos will receive a share of $12,000 of prizes and have the chance to be featured on Network 10’s The Project. 

Check it out!

In 2018 there was no shortage of passionate entries.

See here the eventual category winners.