Visit our COVID19 Response Hub for resources on documenting human rights abuses during the crisis.
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After it was announced earlier this year that the military will be in charge of policing Rio, favelas are already starting to experience the gruesome effects of the military’s presence in their communities.
Join WITNESS and The Center for Media Justice for a discussion on 21st century policing and immigration enforcement, the impact on our community, what we can to do protect ourselves.
The Dropbox Foundation is the latest partner to sign on to supporting and investing in WITNESS’ ambitious plan to scale our impact and enable millions of more people to use video and technology to protect and defend human rights.
We are proud to be an official charity partner in the 2018 TCS New York City Marathon on November 4th—join us and run for human rights change!
The Oak Foundation, a core supporter of WITNESS since 2004, has provided a renewal grant of $400,000 over 18 months – nearly doubling its support to the organization.
In 2011, citizen video helped spark a movement across the Middle East and North Africa. Today the importance of documentation remains constant—but faces new challenges as we mark the 7th anniversary.