We are excited to announce that all InSight 360 workshops will now be going ahead as planned, with additional COVID-19 safety precautions. For the updated schedule of workshops in Alberta, visit our ‘About’ page and stay tuned for more details!

What is Project InSight?

The InSight Project is a 360° video cylinder installation touring schools and libraries across Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba. Through 360° video and interactive workshops, InSight brings stories of global development to life for over 50,000 youth and members of the public. Three unique workshops provide InSight audiences the opportunity to learn about the unique challenges women and girls face across the globe through developing empathy and understanding in becoming global citizens.

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A 360° Video Experience

InSight utilizes an innovative 6-meter cylinder (from Igloo Vision) that provides audiences with an immersive 360° video experience. Standing 2.75 meters tall and with a floor surface of 28 meters squared, this cylinder fits groups of adults or youth comfortably.

About the Workshops

At each viewing event, InSight presents one of four unique stories, each developing a deeper understanding of gender equality around the globe through a different lens. Explore the videos and corresponding educational resources currently available below.

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Clouds Over Sidra

Clouds Over Sidra tells the story of Sidra, a 12 year old girl from Syria who lives in the Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan.
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Samuel's Fair Trade Journey

Samuel’s Fair Trade Journey introduces the life of Samuel Maina, a Fairtrade coffee farmer in the Kangema district of Kenya.
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Growing a World Wonder

Growing a World Wonder captures the story of Binta, a young Senegalese girl, as she and her family tend to their section of the Great Green Wall.
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Two Drops of Patience

Two Drops of Patience revolves around the work of Patience Asiimwe and her accompanying Polio Vaccination Team in a remote village in North Eastern Uganda

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