Ceri Dingle is Director of WORLDwrite, an education charity with an uncompromising commitment to global equality whose campaigning slogan is ‘Ferraris for all’. WORLDwrite campaigns for change using film and through an online news channel WORLDbytes.
Ceri established a documentary film training facility for young volunteers and the charity’s campaigning channel WORLDbytes. She has assisted young volunteers in producing over 100 challenging programmes in the past year. She directed a series of 5 documentaries entitled Pricking the Missionary Position shot in Ghana, West Africa as well as the films Flush it and Corruptababble which have been taken up by educational institutions globally.
Before venturing into film and digital media Ceri toured young people across the globe, from the heart of the Amazon rain forest to life with the families of Hiroshima bomb victims in Japan. She is a regular contributor to radio debates, was author of the paper ‘Time to Ditch the Sustainababble’, and speaks regularly on development issues, arguing that the best for all must be the end goal of all those concerned for humanity’s wellbeing and advancement.
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