A new video from WITNESS explains the basics — how video metadata is created, why it’s valuable, and what risks and benefits activists might need to balance.
Film the aftermath of a human rights incident can be vitally important to investigations. This is the second installment in the “Video as Evidence” blog series from WITNESS.
British-Syrian citizen journalist Rami Jarrah shares his thoughts on the power of witnessing and our responsibility to support activists, who sometimes risk their lives to bring stories of courage to audiences.
We’re launching a new video in our series for activists on video archiving and preservation, which covers digital video basics including file formats, encoding, and more.
A quick overview of how to sync an Android’s mobile videos folder to a local Wi-Fi drive as an alternative to cloud backup.
This week’s playlist features Iron and Wine who will be performing at WITNESS’ annual benefit on October 16 in New York City.
Images and first person accounts from Syrian refugees, a Mexican student who survived a deadly police attack, and Honduran villagers evicted from their homes.
Our guest-curated Music Monday playlists in honor of our 10th annual Focus for Change Benefit continue with Moroccan musician Hassan Hakmoun.
WITNESS shares tips for citizens about how to more safely and effectively use video to document Hong Kong’s protests.
Citizen video rarely meets the high bar set for video as evidence. A new guide from WITNESS aims to help.
This post is the beginning of a monthly series on technology and human rights in the news, written by our technology advocacy team. This month, we look at net neutrality and the work of the Global Net Neutrality Coalition.
A street art mural in London featuring WITNESS partners is an inspiring reminder that in our global, connected world, we are all “witnesses.”
We go behind the scenes with Pentagram’s Harry Pearce in this interview about 10 years of designs for WITNESS’ Focus for Change benefits.
Reports by imperiled community journalists in Guatemala paint a picture of horror when police forces descend upon communities battling a hydroelectric dam.
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