WITNESS and FiSahara conducted a week-long intensive training on video advocacy in the Sahrawi refugee camps located in the Tindouf province of Algeria.
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18 Apr WITNESS and FiSahara Launch Project to Curate and Contextualize Citizen Videos from Western SaharaNews and Events | matisse
The project launches weeks ahead of a crucial UN Security Council vote on the continued peacekeeping mission.
15 Apr One year later: Brazilian partners reflect on the importance of video cameras when a young boy was killedNews and Events | bridgette
April 2 marked one year since the devastating murder of a 10-year-old boy named Eduardo by Police in Rio de Janiero. Our partners in Brazil, Coletivo Papo Reto, reflect on the importance of video in the aftermath.
The resource provides practical guidance aimed at strengthening citizen video used as evidence in courts, for advocacy, and by the media.
WITNESS is pleased to announce technologist, journalist, and media entrepreneur Karen Stevenson as our first WITNESS Media Lab Curation Fellow.
WITNESS staff members Sam Gregory and Sarah Kerr will participate in an online conversation hosted on video for change and impact from February 22-26, 2016.
On Sunday, November 6, five dedicated runners will represent Team WITNESS and run for human rights change– and you can be one of them!
The justice system in Brazil has yet to grasp or fully understand how to properly digest, analyze and process the new flood of video evidence.