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For WITNESS, Libby will be developing the Video as Evidence Program’s guidance on using video to support justice and accountability for sexual violence crimes.
We strongly believe that filming for human rights and posting it online must not be criminalized.
Remember: Always use your best judgment and assess risks to yourself and those you are filming before hitting “record”.
We joined other leading human rights organizations to ask Google how the censorship plan in China upholds international human rights.
Our Senior Attorney and Program Manager Kelly Matheson will conduct a few sessions on how to use video for change, advocacy and evidence for human rights.
Crime and Punishment tells the story of the NYPD12, a group of officers suing the department over instituting arrest and summons quotas that target black and brown communities.
We are honored and humbled by this generous gift from Mainframe!
In the video titled, “How Video Can Create a Just Society,” our executive director spoke about the importance of filming injustice and knowing how to handle video and use it for justice.