IMPACT - ISSUES - VOICE
WHAT WE DO
WE UNDERSTAND THE ISSUES
Our core team has more than five decades of combined experience in international development, journalism and communication.
On a project basis, we draw on the expertise, creativity and knowledge of our talented associates, living and working around the world. They are photographers, videographers, writers, researchers, strategists, graphic designers, journalists and social media experts. Between us we speak more than 15 languages, but officially, we work in English, Spanish and French.
Small World Stories is based in Australia and has a representative office in Spain.
Lisa Hiller-Garvey has lived and worked in South Asia, the Pacific, and Europe for the past 13 years. She has devised and led numerous UN communication efforts, often in crisis response situations.
With academic qualifications and practical experience in journalism and professional communication, she has sharp writing skills and her work has been published in Australia, the United Kingdom, Asia and Europe.
Macarena Aguilar is trained as a journalist and holds an MA in development studies. She has worked for the past 14 years with a range of international humanitarian and development organisations in Europe, Africa, Latin America and Asia as a communication and advocacy expert.
Macarena has managed emergency response communication efforts and designed longer-term multimedia campaigns on a range of topics. Her ability to broker partnerships around creative communication initiatives has been a key element of her work.
Nigel Hiller-Garvey has more than 28 years field experience in development throughout the world, and has spent the last seventeen years working as a video editor and cameraman. Nigel has filmed, edited and produced numerous videos for United Nations and non-government organizations on topics including: governance, health, and crisis recovery.
Prior to Small World Stories, Nigel worked with non-government organizations as a trainer and project manager. Nigel has qualifications in video documentary production, editing, video sound production, and engineering.
CREATIVE. MEANINGFUL. MAKING AN IMPACT.
Reviving the Art of Printmaking in Thailand
As a young fine arts student in Chaing Mai – the creative capital of Thailand – Kitikong Tilokwattanotai first discovered his passion for printmaking.
some Selected Projects
MYANMAR’S SEVEN NATURAL WONDERS
Australian by Degree
LEAVING YOUR FEATHERS BEHIND
United Nations Volunteers
BELOW ARE A SELECTION OF OUR CLIENTS
STRAIGHT FROM OUR SOCIAL MEDIA
International Autism Dat, Taking the Challenge to the Next Level It’s International Autism Day. To celebrate this day and to show our love and support for all those affected by this challenging condition we would like to share one young lady’s story. Not only did Viengsam rise to meet the challenge but she went on to ensure she could help others facing the same challenge in her country Laos. It was an honour and a pleasure working with all at the Laos Autism Association and we are so happy to share this story again. Posted by Small World Stories on Monday, April 1, 2019
Dancing for Diversity
We really miss a good foot stomping #flashmob to rally people round a worthy cause. So, today we’re turning to the Small World Stories vault to revive this one organized by young Macedonians in aid of cultural diversity.Posted by Small World Stories on Thursday, February 5, 2015