WITNESS calls upon the owners and management at B&H Photo to heed the demands of its warehouse workers for safer workplace conditions.
30 Sep Columbia Journalism Review Reports on How News Outlets and Audiences Deal with Graphic ImageryPress | matisse
WITNESS Program Director, Sam Gregory, recently participated in a panel discussion covered by the Columbia Journalism Review on how news outlets and audiences are dealing with increased access to graphic footage via our digital, social interactions.
WITNESS’ work has recently been featured in a number of Spanish-language press outlets including La Prensa (Mexico), RompevientoTV (Mexico) and La Prensa-El Diario (USA).
WIRED magazine recently published an article by WITNESS’ Program Director, Sam Gregory, on how mobile livestreaming is changing the very nature of human rights witnessing.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: WITNESS today announced that Nicole Wong has joined its Board of Directors. Wong will advise the organization on engaging with emerging technologies, visual privacy and more.
WITNESS’ executive director Yvette Alberdingk Thijm appeared live on MSNBC’s online channel Shift, on the program Road Map, along with WITNESS partner and trainee, Rooj Alwazir.
Hari Sreenivasan reports on how WITNESS trains citizens around the world to record better video when they witness a crime, while protecting themselves from becoming targets.
The introduction of verified video evidence could be as critical as the introduction of forensics in criminal investigations and trials.