Our new resources highlights examples of impactful and ethical video storytelling to uplift and defend immigrant rights.
One of the most frequent questions we get from people is “What should I do after filming a video of police violence?” One strategy is to share your video with a journalist, but it’s not always clear how to do that. We spoke with journalist Nick Pinto, who writes about police misconduct, to get tips on what journalists look for in eyewitness videos and how to safely and effectively collaborate with media.
Gathering Surveillance Video Footage of an Encounter with Immigration Enforcement and Converting it into Supporting Evidence for a Proceeding
Wiretapping laws were intended to protect people’s privacy in the United States, but in some cases they’ve been used to challenge the right to record the police.
Mobil-Eyes Us is a project of WITNESS and the WITNESS Media Lab to explore potential new approaches to livestream storytelling for action. We look at technologies, tactics and storytelling strategies to use live video to connect viewers to frontline experiences of human rights issues they
Watch our panel conversation exploring how journalists and advocates can work together to safely and ethically amplify immigrant voices.
This post gives background information about migrant workers’ abusive conditions under the kefala system of many of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries.