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  1. Celebrating women driving #BalanceforBetter in the charity sector

      By Catherine Raynor

    Today is International Women’s Day and this year the theme is #BalanceforBetter. The campaign asks us all to think about how we help forge a more gender-balanced world, celebrate women’s achievement and raise awareness against bias. We meet hundreds of inspiring women every year, from Birmingham to Bangladesh and in the past we have written […]

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  2. “One of the most useful courses I have attended.” We hear from our smartphone filmmaking course alumni.

      By Ben Langdon

    What a start to 2019! We’ve been to the four corners of the British Isles on shoots and smartphone filmmaking courses for a variety of organisations. One of our recent smartphone filmmaking courses was a bespoke course for the British Red Cross. We were impressed at the quality of the films produced, and so, we […]

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  3. Smartphone filmmaking training course 26th March 2019. Learn how to film like a pro!

      By Ben Langdon

    “There are some training courses you go to because you have to, and some you go to because you want to. The smartphone filmmaking training with Mile 91 was definitely the latter….”   With millions of films uploaded to the internet everyday, there has never been a better time to use the technology at your fingertips to […]

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  4. Ten tales of courage, solidarity and badass women from #TUC150

      By Alex Vernon

    When Catherine asked me to help Mile 91 produce 150 stories for the TUC’s 150th anniversary, I was excited by the scale of the project but, I’m embarrassed to admit, fairly indifferent to the subject matter. I didn’t know much about trade unions and – I’m cringing as I type – I thought the stories […]

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  5. The role images play in tackling inequality.

      By Catherine Raynor

    On UN International Day of Persons with Disabilities we want to talk about the responsibility photographers have to ensure their work doesn’t perpetuate inequality. “That’s his proper happy face – we don’t see that very often.” These were the words of Martin’s sister when she saw the photos that Mile 91 captured of her brother […]

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