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Calling all filmmakers, activists, citizen journalists, NGO workers, community reporters, human rights investigators and lawyers. WITNESS presents the first Video As Evidence workshop in Yangon, Myanmar, in partnership with EngageMedia.Find out more...
19-year-old Mukesh was born into an 'untouchable' community in impoverished rural India. Now, as a correspondent for Video Volunteers, he documents corruption in his region's school system in an effort to transform his community for the better....
By WITNESSIn late February, YouTube released a new version of their custom blurring function. This feature allows users to blur select items in their videos such as faces or identifying information. In this post we will show you how to use the...
Ever since I started my work for the Video4Change Network, which was in late November 2015, I’ve been continuously confronted with the word, “impact”. More specifically, impact in the context of Video for Change. What is it? How do we measure it?...
Videos caught on cell phone cameras have increasingly changed the outcome of many cases in Brazilian courts. These are cases where the truth would have never come to light without video – the attempt to cover up an execution by police in the Morro...
By Egbert Wits, Project Manager of the 'Video for Change Impact Cookbook'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...

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