Local Community based projects are identified, developed and aligned to the appropriate United Nation SDGs. Metrics are produced to highlight the impact each project creates for the community, environment and the ecosystem. All projects undergo a rigorous and structured review prior to commencement of any production.
Local Community based projects, education material or information is scoped and articulated ready for video production. The video content may include such items as multicultural inclusion, social values, community development, digital literacy, local health, wellness, food, elderly citizens, emergency services etc.
The video production process is detailed with script breakdowns, planning the video shoots, scheduling the video shoots and the production shoot itself. All staff and the required equipment is selected and scheduled for each shoot in each location. Local partners are selected and engaged to complement our available resources.
Community participants are live streamed via our secure online web based platform.
The video conferencing platform is flexible enough to federate multiple video feeds from remote locations into one single video output feed that is then streamed to hundreds of thousands of viewers via an online web browser.
Recorded Community based video sessions are securely stored within the platform for online distribution. Community generated video content can be accessed by the viewer via the internet and a simple browser ...no additional computer hardware, set top box or software is needed.
Multicultural Web based video content is aggregated, organised and made available, on a single easy navigated
broadcast platform, to multicultural communities.
The pre-produced live streamed video content is delivered via an online webcasting technology onto a web browser with no other external devices.
Local Community projects, education material or information is created based on multicultural inclusion, social values, community development, digital literacy, local health, food, elderly citizens, emergency services or any other relevant topic or issue. This content is then streamed via an online webcasting technology onto a web browser with no other external devices.
Local Community projects produce metrics that are pegged to the United Nation SDGs.
These monthly simple metrics are tracked, displayed and monitored on a local community basis. Feedback from the SDG numerics is utilised by the Local Leader Network to transition the community towards adaptive sustainability.
Local Community based projects are transitioned towards World's Best Practice via the appropriate United Nation SDGs. The monthly evidence based metrics, relating to each SDG, provide insight into the project's impact and effectiveness. In this way the SDGs are used to maintain quality by self-assessment and benchmarking.
Communities thrive when local ideas are communicated and
presented by multimedia (video, audio etc) content into
readily accessible online distribution channels.