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The Challenge of Working with Traumatic Imagery

There is a growing body of research – and concern – about the effects of watching traumatic imagery. Those organisations that regularly handle traumatic imagery have a duty of care to protect their staff from the negative consequences of repeatedly viewing this kind of material.

Video4Change Network: What The Members Say

Members of the Video4Change (V4C) Network share what the Network is about, where they find common ground, and what are its future plans.

Video For Change: The Changes We Have Mapped

What has changed in our field of Video for Change since we last met 2.5 years ago?

Video for Change: Community-Based Storytelling as a Tool for Resistance

We are human rights organisations using a tool to further our goals, the ethics is human rights. In that game we are not the only players; the players are those who suffer violations day in and day out, and they say: ‘we're suffering and we want our stories out.’

Video for Change: Creating and Measuring Ethical Impact

A collaborative paper by Tanya Notley, Sam Gregory (WITNESS) and Andrew Lowenthal (EngageMedia).

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