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Susan Sarandon teams up with WITNESS to talk about gender equality and International Women’s Day.
WITNESS participated in a conversation hosted by San Francisco based tech company, Neon, discussing how video technology can advance human rights and the role Silicon Valley companies can play.
This year at SXSW WITNESS will be taking part in a panel on the power of metadata to verify and amplify citizen-shot video of human rights abuse. Program director Sam Gregory will also be on hand and available for mentoring sessions.
WITNESS is proud to be an official Charity Partner for the marathon. We welcome runners of all levels and backgrounds, and from all over the world, to join us in our fight for human rights!
WITNESS joins 31 organizations from 21 different countries to support proposed efforts to ensure net neutrality in the United States.
Co-founder, Peter Gabriel and Program Director, Sam Gregory, describe WITNESS’ role in advocating for human rights values in technology.
From Venezuelan protests to police abuse in the US, many of this year’s biggest human rights stories have been documented and fueled by videos.
The ICC Appeals Chamber rejects Thomas Lubanga’s appeal and confirms that he forcibly enlisted child soldiers in the Democratic Republic of Congo.