We are prodigious readers and watchers here at WITNESS. And whether we gain access to material via email newsletters and bulletins, Twitter, RSS feeds, or blogs and websites – our staff and interns are also sharing links to these items, often via Twitter. In what I hope to publish as a weekly feature, we’ll highlight a few of these myriad resources and hope you find them interesting, useful, and shareable.
- @witnessorg: The Internet has been nominated for the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize:http://www.google.com/internetforpeace.
(Read more about how you can get involved.)
- @WITNESSchris Love @See3 & their new blog & this post -> “5 Ways to Evaluate Video ROI” http://ow.ly/26jf1 #nonprofit #nptech #npvideo #video4change
(This is a great blog post especially for non-profit organizations wondering how to get the most out of their investment into video production)
- @ViKras UN women born!!! After 4 years of advocacy, new UN gender equality entity established. http://bit.ly/b6mT2E #UN #women #gender #humanrights
- @PriscilaNeri you must see this — great example of simple, powerful video storytelling- http://invisiblepeople.tv/ #video4change (via @Michael_Hoffman)
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Bukeni Waruzi, our Program Manager for Africa and the Middle East contributed a guest blog to the International Law Observer about his time spent at the Review Conference of the Rome Statute held last month in Kampala, Uganda.