#DirenGeziParkı: Protesto Çekimleri için 10 Taktik

Protesto Cekimleri Rehberi – Turkish language guide with 10 Tips for Filming Protests, Demonstrations and Police Conduct

For Their Movement, Turks Turn to Twitter & YouTube

As the Prime Minister and the press dismiss their movement, Turkish protesters raise their cameras and their voices.

The Ethics of Syrian War & the Techniques of Video Advocacy

In a controversial media campaign that aims to teach the Geneva Code to Syrian rebel fighters, the most overlooked aspect might be the emotions.

“Best of the Web”: The Human Rights Channel & Other Webby Picks

The Human Rights Channel on YouTube is a nominee for a Webby Award! But we’re not the only project with big implications for video advocacy.

All Eyes on Kenya–and Cameras, too.

As polling stations close their doors today after huge voter turnout in, everyone is wondering: will this election remain peaceful, or will it follow in the path of the turbulent 2007 election? Kenyan citizen journalists, trained by WITNESS, weigh in.

InformaCam Rises to the Knight News Challenge

The same information that journalists and judges use to verify a human rights video is what repressive regimes use to identify and target activists. How can video activists stay credible and safe? …with InformaCam.

Video Advocacy at a Crossroads: 2012’s Dangers & 2013’s Solutions

Video is increasingly at the nexus of opportunity and danger for human rights activists. Video helps activists to document, confront, circumvent, and lobby against oppressive authorities—but it also allows those authorities to stalk them. Here’s what we think will happen in 2013.

Anatomy of a Bombing in Syria

For many people outside Syria’s borders, shelling and bombings are concepts. They’re terrible and tragic, to be sure, but they remain hard to fathom as long as they remain unseen. That’s why the Anatomy of a Bombing, our most recent playlist on the Human Rights Channel, is particularly arresting.

In Depth on the Human Rights Channel: The Lonmin Mine Massacre

In recent months, we’ve maintained video feeds for citizen journalism from Syria and worldwide. We’ve published in-depth playlists on topics ranging from the recent anti-American protests, to the persecution of the Rohingya minority in Burma, to the Mexican #YoSoy132 electoral protest movement.


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