Young people are amoung the most affected and vulnerable groups in the HIV epidemic. Targeting young people in prevention strategies requires inclusive and participatory appraoches. This paper discusses a film production project that involved youths in a remote rural community in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea. It explores some of the processes and impacts of intergrating a visual methods community action project in a local community context while targeting young people in an effort to engage them in a reflective dialogue on HIV and AIDS.
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Eggins, J., Papoutsaki, E., and Thomas, V. (2018). Engaging youth in community action research: a visual methods approach to HIV and AIDS awareness, Whanake: The Pacific Journal of Communtiy Development. 4(2), 48-66.