We can use your help to vote two WITNESS suggested SXSW sessions into to the final round for 2015. We also share other worthy sessions to vote on.
The Activists’ Guide to Archiving Video wins the Preservation Publication Award from the Society of American Archivists.
This week’s playlist goes out to all the Jedis around the world or as we call them around the office, human rights defenders or activists.
A list of 16 actions and stories we came across during this year’s campaign to end gender-based violence. We invite you to share projects, videos, and more to this list.
Join Sam Gregory of WITNESS at this co-presence for good camp in Palo Alto, Sat. September 28th.
How can we use the sense of being together with other people in a remote environment to drive concrete, productive actions and engagement for human rights change?
Our new how-to guide for managing, storing, sharing and preserving digital video.
A near 6-month battle between British news broadcasters and the police has recently concluded: last December’s court decision that ordered television companies including BBC, ITN, and Sky News to surrender to police hours of unaired footage from the violent October 19th Dale Farm eviction, was thrown out. Journalists are now hailing the decision as a landmark victory in the fight for news neutrality and confidentiality.
A growing global trend of employing facial recognition technologies (FRTs) has increased risks of compromising the privacy and safety of anyone filmed or photographed, especially in countries with repressive governments.
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