WITNESS Guide to Video Advocacy - Part 3: After Filming

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WITNESS is a human rights organisation that uses video to open the eyes of the world to human rights violations.

We created this toolkit to help you to use video more effectively in human
rights and advocacy work. It's designed for human rights activists and
advocates, filmmakers, journalists and citizen journalists around the
world.

"After Filming" prepares you and the people you're working with to:

- assess whether footage is reliable
- edit effectively and ethically
- distribute your video or film for maximum impact

The other parts of the toolkit cover what to do to prepare for filming, and how to film safely and effectively.

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