A glimpse into how we produced our new video, featuring five activists, with the help of some of the film industry’s creative leaders.
A new playlist on the Human Rights Channel captures targeted violence against Mozabite Algerians, a Berber minority group living in central Algeria.
Activists from 13 different Sub-Saharan African countries are meeting today in Cape Town, South Africa to learn from one another during the first Video-for-Change Convening in Sub-Saharan Africa.
As Syrian peace talks gets underway this week, footage from Syrian media activists and aid organizations assisting the evacuation of residents from Homs and the Yarmouk refugee camp in Damascus document the challenges and progress of efforts to reach communities under siege.
In an age of information overload and image manipulation, it is no longer enough to simply film—and thereby, expose—injustice. Nor is it enough to simply watch it. New resources from WITNESS and our partners aim to help activists use online video to bring about change.
An interview with filmmaker Jehane Noujaim whose “The Square” is nominated for an Academy Award for best documentary.
A new video and report by the Accountability Counsel were recently submitted as part of a formal complaint filed by hundreds of Liberians demanding accountability for a U.S. federal agency’s funding of a biomass project that caused serious human rights, labor and environmental abuses, including sexual abuse by company employees of local women.
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