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WITNESS hosted a panel on Women and Technology at the United Nations to discuss how technology is being used to protect and advocate for women’s rights.
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 trains South African activists working on a diverse set of issues on how to safely and ethically interview survivors of gender-based violence.
Taking stock of progress made on the one-year anniversary of the Declaration of Commitment to End Sexual Violence in Conflict.
WITNESS brings together local and regional organizations to discuss their experience using video for social justice and human rights in Africa’s Great Lakes region.
Senior Program Manager Bukeni Waruzi first met Zimbabwean human rights defender Kuda Chitsike at a WITNESS video advocacy training in South Africa in 2008. As a lawyer with The Research and Advocacy Unit (RAU), an independent institute in Zimbabwe, Kuda was eager to learn how
22 May A Warlord Behind BarsSuccess Stories | WITNESS
In the long running civil war in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), children as young as eight years old were used as soldiers. Congolese activist Bukeni Waruzi filmed the children’s stories, and with WITNESS’ support produced two videos. These videos were part of a 14-year struggle