Activists everywhere face the violations of their right to privacy especially in their online communications. We share basics of encryption that may help keep you, your networks and your communications safer.
Vine is a new application for mobile devices with some powerful features for citizen journalists.
A Turkish-language guide to filming protests.
Protesto Cekimleri Rehberi – Turkish language guide with 10 Tips for Filming Protests, Demonstrations and Police Conduct
Twitter can be a rumor mill—or a newsroom. NPR’s Andy Carvin shares ideas for developing an informative and reliable online community for news gathering.
The fact that 72 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute is astonishing. And the immense amounts of footage shot and uploaded by citizens in places like Syria, Egypt and Chile reminds us that video is increasingly being used to expose human rights abuses. As more activists turn towards video for advocacy and evidentiary purposes, there is a critical need for accessible training resources that teach how to create and share videos safely, effectively and ethically.
This blog post serves as a living space for all of our Arabic language ‘How-To’ resources and guides. The resources below provide guidance on how film safely and effectively, and how to film for evidence and the media.
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