The technical communication team integrates and supports the social-collective struggle of UDAPT. It is made up of young people and volunteers from the affected communities who are trained to act as community communicators, collecting the stories of more than 30,000 people affected by the Chevron-Texaco oil pollution and disseminating news and information about UDAPT's activities.
Radio programs on local radio stations Radio Mega Station, Stéreo Ecuador and Radio Sucumbíos.
Video production in order to sensibilize about UDAPT struggle and create collective awareness..
Support in UDAPT's events , meetings and workshops to shoot and then produce informative material to be delivered to affected communities .
Constant technical training to perform the best work in support of UDAPT's struggle.
In June 2016 the first training workshops for young people from the affected communities were held, in order to establish the communication team. From that date onwards, the team works to disseminate news and information on UDAPT projects on a daily basis.
Young people trained in the use of cameras, recording and audiovisual editing, interviews and social networks.