- New Online Resource Focuses on Activist Safety and Preventing Arrest in Iran We speak with United for Iran about their new resource "Safe Activism," a guide for Iranian activists on how to avoid or minimize the impact of an arrest.
- The ‘Yes Men’ Talk Video, Activism, and Climate Change As they release their third feature film, The Yes Men Are Revolting, we talk with the devious duo about how they use film for activism and their current focus on climate change.
- Siete Meses Después – ¿Qué Papel Tuvo el Video en el Movimiento de Ayotzinapa? Hablamos con la Agencia Subversiones sobre el uso de video durante el movimiento de protesta que siguió a la desaparición de 43 estudiantes mexicanos el otoño pasado.
- Seven Months Later – What Role Did Video Play in Ayotzinapa? We speak with Agencia Subversiones about the use of video during the protest movement that followed the disappearance of 43 Mexican students from the Ayotiznapa teacher's college last fall.
- Public Space and Video Projections: A Conversation with The Illuminator Art Collective The Illuminator Art Collective shares how video projection can be used as part of protests and civic movements as well as practical tips and lessons-learned on how to set up and a run video projection set-up.
- Interactive Documentary “Points of View” Showcases Citizen Video in Gaza and the West Bank POINTS OF VIEW uses an interactive documentary format to showcase citizen video shot by Palestinians working as part of the Camera Distribution Project, an initiative organized by B’Tselem (The Israeli Information Center for Human Rights in the Occupied Territories).
- This Week on The Human Rights Channel – Afghanistan, Bahrain and Venezuela This week we look at protests videos from Afghanistan, Bahrain and Venezuela covering issues ranging from female representation to government accountability. We also feature eyewitness testimony from the Ukraine, as bombing victims recount their experiences.
- This Week On The Human Rights Channel – Egypt, Ukraine, Israel and Yemen This week citizen footage takes us to protests in the streets of Cairo and Sanaa. We also look at video condemning the state of Israel for failing to protect Thai agricultural workers from exploitation.
- Director Michèle Stephenson Discusses Impact and “American Promise” Our series of interviews featuring the filmmaking teams behind the the five winners of the 2014 BritDoc Impact Award for documentaries continues this week with an interview with Michèle Stephenson, director of American Promise.
- An Interview with Pamela Yates About the Impact of “Granito” Part of a series featuring the 2014 BritDoc Impact Award winners, we interview Pamela Yates about Granito which investigates how archival footage was used as evidence to bring an indictment against a former Guatemalan dictator.
- Video Advocacy Example: Waking in Oak Creek Waking in Oak Creek profiles the powerful community and law enforcement response to the 2012 hate crime shooting at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin. The film is part of the Not in Our Town Campaign which aims to end hate crimes and build safe and inclusive communities for all.
- Virtual Dinner Guest Project Connects Gaza and Native American Communities Using Video Technology Lindsie Bear sheds light on her experience connecting a group of Native American participants with a group from Gaza to discuss daily life and the issues faced in each community as part of The Virtual Dinner Guest Project.
- WITNESS Resources for Filming Protests and Police Conduct in Ferguson, MO As protests continue, citizen media is flowing out of Ferguson, Missouri. These WITNESS resources can help citizen witnesses film more safely, ethically and effectively.
- Effective Collaboration Between Journalists and Citizens When Using Citizen Video Human Rights Channel Curator Madeleine Bair authors a two-part blog series on ways in which citizens and journalists can work together to capture and curate user-generated content.
- WITNESS Resources For Filming Human Rights Situations in Gaza and Israel These resources, available in English and Arabic, aim to help citizen witnesses capture and share footage of human rights abuses and preserve their footage for use at a later date.