From Rodney King to Eric Garner, WITNESS founder Peter Gabriel reflects back on 25 years of video for human rights, and where the fight for justice and accountability will go from here.
A conversation about eyewitness video and police violence started 26 years ago must continue today.
WITNESS’ marathon team will be comprised of 5 runners, who will raise a minimum of $15,000 for the organization.
WITNESS joins the international condemnation of the murder of Honduran human rights defender Berta Cáceres and calls for the protection of Gustavo Castro.
WITNESS’ Jackie Zammuto was interviewed about what considerations citizens should keep in mind when deciding to share and upload videos of police violence.
Al Jazeera reports on the app we co-developed with The Guardian Project in their new documentary “The Bigger Brother”. The piece highlights a beta test of CameraV conducted in Rio with our Brazilian partners Coletivo Papo Reto.
The magazine included WITNESS among its recommended Civil and Human Rights Organizations to donate to this year.
20 Nov WITNESS AND VIACOM LAUNCH “WITNESS THE POWER OF STORY” CAMPAIGN TO INSPIRE MORE PEOPLE TO USE THE POWER OF VIDEO FOR CHANGEPress | matisse
A new WITNESS partnership with global media company Viacom will include a series of PSAs, a new website where WITNESS resources are available and a call to action on Instagram where people are encouraged to share their #Story4Change.
05 Nov Media Alert: Peter Gabriel and WITNESS Celebrate 11th Annual Focus For Change Benefit, November 12, 2015Press | matisse
WITNESS co-founder and acclaimed musician Peter Gabriel will host our 11th annual benefit in NYC, November 12, 2015 featuring performances by Sebu Simonian of Capital Cities, Black Violin and DJ Scrib and OP! The event will also honor Philppe Dauman, President & CEO of Viacom.
WITNESS partner Coletivo Papo Reto was featured in article published by BBC Brazil on Friday October 30.