Brooklyn Community Bail Fund: Giving Low-Income Individuals a Chance in Court

Clean and sober for five years, Tammy is the mother of seven and proud grandmother of two. “I’m an ex-addict that is struggling every day to try to get myself together,” explains Tammy.  She had steered her life back on track after years of treatment and hard work, but a relatively small issue threatened to turn… Read More Brooklyn Community Bail Fund: Giving Low-Income Individuals a Chance in Court

Update From the Field: Supporting Equal Education’s Advocacy for Quality & Equality in South African Schools

N-Map recently partnered with Equal Education (EE), a movement of learners, parents, teachers, and principals working to improve the infrastructure of public schools in South Africa. The team filmed at schools in the Eastern Cape—one of the country’s poorest and most isolated provinces—to document the environment in which students there learn. Our footage will be… Read More Update From the Field: Supporting Equal Education’s Advocacy for Quality & Equality in South African Schools

8 Steps to Effective Advocacy – A New Instructional Video Series 

In Chiatura, Georgia, miners commute to the cliff top manganese mines in Soviet-era cable cars. As we boarded one of these cars during N-Map’s January shoot, our crew surveyed it anxiously. The cable cars are ancient and rusty—a wonder that they still function. As the car steeply ascended, our interview subject, Shota Gaprindashvili, spoke with… Read More 8 Steps to Effective Advocacy – A New Instructional Video Series