PechaKucha NGO Security Challenge
PechaKucha Nights have since spread all over the world, extending to a variety of fields and interests. Compared to TED Talks, they're more bottom-up than top-down. And while the 20x20 format isn't always strictly adhered to, the general idea is. You have a limited amount of time and a limited number of slides to tell your story. I like the concept because it forces you to distill something to the essence, eliminating all of the extraneous fluff that typically is part of a presentation. These flash talks also encourage you to use images, instead of the usual dull, death by PowerPoint text slides.
Lots of potential here for humanitarian safety and security training, where time is at a premium and attention spans can get short; and after all, training is just story telling. So here's the challenge. Can you put together a PechaKucha presentation on some element of NGO safety and security? If you're up for the challenge, send me your finished product. I'll post them here.