Visit our COVID19 Response Hub for resources on documenting human rights abuses during the crisis.
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This resource-based campaign incorporates learnings from participants at our recent mis/disinformation West Africa convening to help combat the spread of misinformation and disinformation.
Today, WITNESS is thrilled to announce a new partnership with the Filecoin Foundation for the Decentralized Web (FFDW), a new grantmaking organization whose mission is to preserve humanity’s most important information.
WITNESS will host a West African cross-disciplinary convening on mis/disinformation in Abuja, Nigeria from Sept. 14-15, 2021. It will explore and prioritize pragmatic solutions for the defense against mis/disinformation particularly as it affects grassroots communities in Africa.
Through our work with activists who have experienced internet shutdowns, we have learned some useful tips and approaches to capturing and preserving video documentation during internet shutdowns that we are sharing in this newly launched campaign: #EyesOnShutdowns.
WITNESS is excited to release our newest resource for supporting immigrant rights: “Video as Evidence: U.S. Immigration”. This in-depth guide is for both immigration attorneys and community members looking to utilize eyewitness video as evidence in legal cases.
Human Rights Watch, Mnemonic and WITNESS welcome continued access to use software on GitHub which helps preserve documentation of human rights abuses.