Working for UN Agencies 09.07.2020

For most people the ‘United Nations’ conjures up images of blue-helmeted peace-keepers, ambassadors  in a general assembly jostling for support […]


IOM and the Blue People 09.07.2020

In 2016 the International Organisation for Migration approached us to develop some training resources for local staff  working with extremely […]


The Incredible Ordinary – WFP 09.03.2020

In Early 2020, when Covid 19 was taking it’s grip on China, The World Food Programme (WFP) approached me to […]


Deep Fakes 20.12.2019

The UK election in 2019 was a deeply depressing affair. The UK population, having suffered two terms of austerity, the […]


Save The Children – Hunger 07.07.2018

In May 2018 we were commissioned to produce some short films for Save the Children that would draw attention to […]


Things Don’t Have Rights – OHCHR 09.05.2018

By Raj Yagnik In October 2017, we began work on a project for the Office of the High Commission for […]


Exam Stress, Syrian Style 15.04.2018

by Raj Yagnik, Producer / Director In October 2016 I was having lunch with Michael Shaw, a journalist friend, trying […]


NET-MED Youth for UNESCO 18.11.2017

By Raj Yagnik In May 2017 I responded to a call for proposals from UNESCO. The challenge was to create […]


Plasticine 21.06.2017

By Roma Yagnik, Composer Back in December 2015 we got the opportunity to be part of a fun, nostalgic project […]


Afghanistan – Choices 29.05.2016

In October 2015, just after commencing production on our “In Their Own Words” documentaries for UNICEF MENA, I received an email from […]


South Sudan – A Magical Place 29.04.2016

by Raj Yagnik, Producer / Director In October 2015 UNICEF South Sudan approached us about making a film about their work. […]


Middle East – In Their Own Words 13.02.2016

by Youssef Alaoui, Director Towards the end of 2015 I shot and directed twelve short films with Wired Video for UNICEF, on […]


Morocco and Jordan – You Know Me 15.04.2015

by Raj Yagnik, Producer / Director In July 2014 UNICEF approached me about making a film to help promote a […]


Malawi – Because I Am A Girl 03.03.2015

UPDATE 04/03/15 Wow. The film has just been shared by Michele and Barack Obama. Great to see that 2 years […]


India – Health Volunteers in New Delhi 21.04.2013

New Delhi has a population of 17 million. 8 million of these people live in poverty in slums like Jehangipuri. […]


India – Health Volunteers in Rajastan 10.04.2013

January 2013 took me to India, again with Save the Children and a bunch of lovely health workers. You can […]


Liberia – New Mothers at CH Rennie Hospital 14.02.2013

In December 2012 I spent two days taking stills in a Maternity Ward at CH Rennie Hosptial in Margibi, Liberia. […]


Liberia – Health Care in Margibi and Bong Counties 14.02.2013

I recently travelled with a group of UK Health workers on a fact finding visit to Liberia organised by Save […]


England – St Paul’s Cathedral in the Snow 07.01.2012

London is a city in the UK. It is where I live. This is what it looks like when it […]