Enabling Storytelling

Today, video has quite possibly become the strongest conveyor of stories. Considering the power of storytelling, its potential to leave you hanging by the edge of your seat, change minds and force audiences to see things differently, it is no wonder video is so popular within human rights work. Nonetheless many organizations have a rather simplistic view, or approach, on using of video.

Webinar: Video for Change and Impact

Join New Tactics in Human Rights and other Video for Change organizations for an online conversation on Video for Change and Impact from February 22-26, 2016.


Storymaker 2 Officially Launched

We are proud to announce the release of version 2.0 of Storymaker, a tool to help anyone learn to make and share better stories, with or without internet access.


New Mobile App 'CameraV' Helps Documenters Create Verifiable Media

One of the major challenges that we’ve aimed to tackle in recent years is how to verify and find contextual information about pieces of citizen media. And for the last few years, along with the digital security collective The Guardian Project, we’ve been working on a tech approach with the CameraV app.


Impact Story: Handpump Repaired in Tati Village

In April 2015, I made a video on the issue of access to water in Kamdara block’s Tati village which comes under Rampur panchayat. The hand pump had been broken for 6 months. All the sources of water accessible to the community were dirty or not working at all. I decided to tackle the issue and got the community together to file an application to the Block Development Officer area.


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