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  • Set your phone to ProofMode Why Proof? You see a wide pink sky and bushes in a relatively nondescript landscape. You hear an explosion in the background. The camera shakes as a man repeats, strangely calm, “Allahu akhbar.” A few seconds later, an explosion rocks the ground in front of the person filming, and the camera falls, sideways, to the […] April 27, 2017
  • Expose human rights abuses, not the people who survive them You’d probably never heard of him last week, but his face has gone viral this week. Dr. David Dao, the man who was dragged off of United Airlines flight #3411 on Sunday, was trying to get home to see patients. Instead, he ended up getting violently dragged off of a flight—to provide space for United crewmembers.1 […] April 12, 2017
  • WITNESS is going to RightsCon! (Updated with new sessions) WITNESS is attending RightsCon in Brussels next week and we’re participating in a variety of talks and workshops. RightsCon focuses on the intersection of tech and human rights—right where WITNESS lives. Here’s where you can find us: Wednesday, March 29 On Day 1 of RightsCon we’re part of the ‘Beyond Dystopia: The Future Of Human […] March 24, 2017
  • Tips for Livestreaming Protests in the United States Livestreaming can be a powerful tool for human rights, but it also comes with risks and challenges. Follow these tips to become a safe and effective livestreamer. February 7, 2017