Project Narratives produces films with stories of people in conflict regions. The project is developed with the support of key collaborators who are uniquely experienced on field in relation to the conflicts. They have played key roles in networking and connecting with potential interviewees and in developing and promoting the project as a whole. We value our collaborations, which are a vital to the accomplishment of this project. If you would like to collaborate with us, write to us here.
Our current collaborators are
Melton Foundation, who actively promote global citizenship to solve challenges by working across boundaries of place and identity. They envision a world in which individuals across borders are empowered to learn from one another and create solutions for the benefit of humanity as a whole. Read more.
Arava Institute for Environmental Studies, which is a leading environmental studies and research program in the Middle East with a student body comprised of Jordanians, Palestinians, Israelis, and from around the world. They live by the idea that nature knows no political borders.
Citizens Archive of Pakistan, operating in Karachi and Lahore, is dedicated to cultural and historic preservation. Their projects, like the Oral History Project and Humans of Karachi, support the tradition of oral storytelling in Pakistan, emphasizing the importance of such narratives in a dialogue on national identity.
Aaghaz-e-dosti seeks to enhance people-to-people relations to bridge the gap between India and Pakistan. It seeks to become the medium to discover and recognise the misrepresented reality on the other side of the border.
Open Sky Slam aim to create a space that is about art, artists and the appreciation of their varied forms. Through these, they also set out to raise awareness on social issues such as women empowerment, girl-child education, abuse awareness, and peace between India and Pakistan.