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The deadline for submissions to the 2014 SCRA Video Contest is December 1, 2014! Here are the submissions so far.
Submit your video to the annual SCRA video contest by posting the video to YouTube or Vimeo, then filling out an application and emailing it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Access the video contest application and flyer via the links below.
The contest deadline is December 1, 2014. There are cash prizes for the winners!
SCRA members please view and share these videos throughout the year. We will vote on the contest winners together at the end of the year.SCRA Video Contest Application 2014 / SCRA Video Contest Flyer 2014 / Video Contest Things to Know!
Location: University of Padova
Date: 2013, June
Participants: University students of Community Psychology supervised by Alessio Vieno.
Improving university students’ level of knowledge about sexual rights (right proposed by the WHO).
Location: UMass Lowell/The City of Lowell Massachusetts
Date: April 2013
Participants: Members of UMass Lowell PRIDE, UML TWLOHA, UML SRT Program, UML Graduate students/former President of TWLOHA UML, CEO of Take Heart (501(c)3 nonprofit)
Every day 74 people receive transplants, but on that same day 18 people die waiting for one. An organ donor can save 8 lives and improve up to 50. Take Heart is dedicated to spreading awareness of organ donation and keeping families together, one donor at a time.
Location: City of Maywood, CA - Union de Vecinos
Date: September 17, 2011
Participants: Community members from Maywood, CA, Union de Vecinos Staff, Representatives from the Environmental Protection Agency, Watershed Health Council, Army Core of Engineers, Water Companies #1, #2, and #3, Maywood Mayor and City Council Members
The video focuses on water issues in the City of Maywood, CA and the community activist organization Union de Vecinos in dealing with the problems of water pollution and other issues related to water in the city. Maywood has the fifth largest superfund clean up site in the United States.
Philosophically they take an approach related to Liberation Psychology, Liberation Theology, Latin American based Community Social Psychology, and the ideas of Paulo Freire.
Location: Millenium Park, Chicago, IL
Date: June 17, 2014
Participants: Community members from Chicago, Illinois; students and professors from National Louis University Community Psychology PhD Program
Exploring "Ecological Community Psychology," talking about green issues and community psychology, photovoice process.