WITNESS joins 31 organizations from 21 different countries to support proposed efforts to ensure net neutrality in the United States.
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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.
It’s Never Too Early to Plan Ahead. We’re putting together our team for the Spring 2015 Five Boro Bike Tour. Join us.
Venerable Luon Sovath, the “multimedia monk,” has been harassed for his work in Cambodia. He’s currently facing trial for supporting Cambodian activists.
The three-day training covered how to safely and ethically document sexual violence in order to advocate for support, systemic change, and justice when those laws are violated.
WITNESS and friends train activists on how to archive and preserve their video collections at Brooklyn’s Interference Archive.
Inside the Library you will find WITNESS training guides, videos, and our full Video for Change curriculum. All free to preview, review and download.