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This post considers the types of impact Video for Change practitioners can contribute to. It also discusses how our 'taxonomy of impact' has been integrated into the early development of our Video for Change Impact toolkit.Last week the Center for...
This post is written by a member from our partner organisation Videre, who wishes to be anonymous.I work for an organisation that supports human rights defenders in their endeavours to gather video evidence of human rights violations. Evidence...
"Video For Change is a network of human rights activists, Journalists, trainers, video practitioners; all working together to improve the world through video." -Brian ConelyVideo4Change (V4C) is a network of 12 diverse organizations whose common...
 When activists get together, often it’s less like a conference and more like a family reunion, so intense are the shared experiences. And so it was at the recent two-day gathering of the Video4Change Network in Colombo, and also at the...
Image: ‘Video For Change’ panel explored community-based video storytelling. Photo by Raphael Tsavkko Garcia, used with permission.(The article written by Elisa Marvena was originally posted in the Global Voices Summit 2017 page. Republished here...
A collaborative paper by Tanya Notley, Sam Gregory (WITNESS) and Andrew Lowenthal (EngageMedia) published in Volume 9 of the Journal of Human Rights Practice, Oxford University Press.Access the paper here.

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