Author Archives: Kelly

SBS Interview on International Children’s Film Festival

I recently spoke to SBS journalist, Biwa Kwan, about children’s perspectives on this year’s ChildFund Connect film festival. We discussed the goals of the program and the impacts on children in taking part in rural Australia and Timor-Leste.  Biwa also … Continue reading

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Honoring the Child, Honoring Equity Conference – Melbourne 2013

Kelly Royds presented her paper “Children, Participatory Video and Intercultural Dialogue” at Melbourne Graduate School of Education Youth Research Centre’s Honoring the Child, Honoring Equity Conference. She has written a blog post about the use of child-led, imaginary video interviews in … Continue reading

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“I feel they treat me like a brother” – Imaginary Interviews in Research with Children

First Published at Thoughts on Media, Development and Children by Kelly Royds In July this year, I began a research project with a group of year six students in rural Timor-Leste to explore their perspectives of an intercultural, media exchange program, … Continue reading

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ACFID-ANU Conference 2012: Kelly Royds

Kelly Royds presented her paper “Participatory Video: Listening to children’s voices” at ACFID’s third university linkage conference on “Challenges for Participatory Development” at ANU. She has written a short blog post on the key themes covered in the conference, namely the importance of … Continue reading

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