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An Insight into the SAGA Volunteer Experience

By Monica

I become volunteer to SAGA, because I find something incredibly satisfying about acting in a way that is consistent with my principles. Being able to engage with people from diverse background and cultures, excited about the opportunity to be part of a grass root level group and learning more about Community film festival and be able to give a credit to local and international women’s film makers.

Based on my experience on SAGA IWFF last year, the organising volunteer group for 2019 need to considered to work in a more cooperative way, share equal power and working in non-corporate structure which lead to achieve more community participation. I gained from SAGA IWFF 2018 I had a great and wonderful time, learning to share skills, giving my bit back to the grass roots diverse communities, have a voice and equal participation. That was attractive me to become part of SAGA

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