eyewitness video Tag
Join WITNESS and Immigrant Defense Project to learn “know your rights” and tactical information around documenting Immigration and Customs Officials.
We are excited to announce that WITNESS’ Mobil-Eyes-Us project was recently awarded a grant from the New Media Ventures Innovation Fund!
Last week’s killings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, and the attack on police in Dallas, once again thrust the role of eyewitness video in the spotlight. We provide resources and guidance for filming, sharing, curating and preserving video of police violence.
The project will source and analyze data from eyewitness videos of violence against transgender people. Our aim is to share this information to inform and create guidance for advocacy groups, journalists, law enforcement and tech companies to prevent re-victimization and end this discrimination.
18 Apr WITNESS and FiSahara Launch Project to Curate and Contextualize Citizen Videos from Western SaharaNews and Events | matisse
The project launches weeks ahead of a crucial UN Security Council vote on the continued peacekeeping mission.
WITNESS’ Jackie Zammuto was interviewed about what considerations citizens should keep in mind when deciding to share and upload videos of police violence.
The justice system in Brazil has yet to grasp or fully understand how to properly digest, analyze and process the new flood of video evidence.