Videos for Change 2016 Winner announced!
Congratulations to the High Resolves leaders group from Diamond Valley College in Melbourne who are the 2016 High Resolves Videos for Change challenge winners!
The students' video was shown on national TV on Network Ten's The Project. Check out the segment from The Project:
Videos for Change is a great opportunity for high school aged students to increase awareness and make a difference to social issues young people care about, with the chance for national TV coverage on Network Ten.
In case you missed it, here's the winning entry from the 2015 Videos for Change challenge. The video, made by Parramatta High School students, focusses on the issue of domestic violence:
The 2016 Videos for Change Finalists
We had so many fantastic entries submitted in 2016 that the judges from Network Ten and High Resolves had a very difficult job choosing the winner. Congratulations to joint runners up James Ruse Agricultural High School and Sydney Boys High School, as well as all those who participated and did their part to raise awareness on important social issues!
Check out some of the other finalists' videos:
Get involved in Videos for Change in 2017
Want to get involved? Over the coming months we'll be launching the 2017 Videos for Change challenge. Register your interest below and we'll send you all the details. The 2017 challenge will be open to groups of high school students across Australia.