WITNESS joins over 150 civil society organizations in urging the FCC to oppose future legislation that would threaten a free and open internet.
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A conversation about eyewitness video and police violence started 26 years ago must continue today.
WITNESS, WeCopwatch and our allies at Standing Rock are releasing a new guide on filming evidence of human rights violations against activists fighting the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Join WITNESS, FiSahara, Independent Diplomat and Amy Goodman of Democracy Now! for a discussion featuring a special presentation of eyewitness footage from Saharawi media activists.
WITNESS is proud to be a signatory on a new letter to the president from more than 350 social entrepreneurs denouncing the travel ban on immigrants and refugees from seven predominantly Muslim nations.
On Sunday, November 5th, 5 determined runners will run 26.2 miles in the 2017 TCS NYC Marathon and raise money WITNESS! Will you join them?
The international coalition of indigenous, environment, and human rights groups are launching a new campaign to end deforestation in the Amazonian rainforest.
Our Deputy Program Director, Tanya Karanasios will represent WITNESS at the event hosted by the International Center for Transitional Justice and MediaStorm.
WITNESS’ senior archivist, Yvonne Ng, will be participating in two upcoming webinars on archiving.
WITNESS is excited to announce a generous two-year, $500,000 grant from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation which will go to powering up our critical work supporting activists, civic witnesses, and social movements across the U.S. to better utilize digital video and tools to expose abuses, strengthen and elevate counter narratives from vulnerable communities, uphold human rights values, and mobilize for change.