Thanks to the power of video, two high-ranking commanders have been condemned for murder and crimes against humanity in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
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Wong also spoke about WITNESS’ work and how it empowers grassroots activists to use video for change and justice.
Here’s what our program director and other human rights leaders had to say about what it takes to care for justice in the world.
We strongly believe that filming for human rights and posting it online must not be criminalized.
We joined other leading human rights organizations to ask Google how the censorship plan in China upholds international human rights.
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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.
In the article, our program director spoke about the reality of deep fakes and how WITNESS is working with companies to inform them of the potential of deep fakes to influence people and on dealing with synthetic media.
Our U.S. Program Manager Jackie Zammuto spoke to the publication about how the intersection of policing and technology can be problematic.