Countries: Global


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What Can Civil Society Learn from Evgeny Morozov’s Critique of Web 2.0?

It's easy to get excited about the potential power of the internet to fight government impunity, curb human rights abuses, and induce democratic refor...

Regions: Global

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EVERY WOMAN HAS A STORY, EVERY STORY CAN CREATE CHANGE

2009 WITNESS Focus for Change Video. Highlighting WITNESS' use of video to end violence against women

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Regions: Global

Issues: Women's rights

Witnessed: 5736 times

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Hunger Inquest

In the run up to the November World Summit on Food Security, the Hunger Inquest film seeks to uncover the causes of 1 billion people going hungry, asking whether this disaster is due to natural causes...

Regions: Global, Kenya, Malawi

Issues: Food & health & development, Sustainable development, Water

Witnessed: 2655 times

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Witness Benefit Dinner

Peter Gabriel, CNN's Christiane Amanpour, and Susan Sarandon co-hosted the 5th annual benefit dinner and concert for WITNESS....

Regions: Global

Issues: Human rights defenders

Witnessed: 2130 times

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Pledge2Protect: Largest Lobby Day in Genocide Prevention History - and with Video!

UPDATE 11.10.09:  Watch this video report-back from lobby day, which features how STAND activists ushered-in a new era of video advocacy!   ...

Regions: Global, United States

Issues: Armed conflict, Crimes against humanity, Genocide

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How U.S. Students are Creating History on the Hill and Making "Never Again" a Reality

UPDATE 11.10.09:  Watch this video report-back from lobby day, which features how STAND activists ushered-in a new era of video advocacy! 

Regions: Global, United States

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Pledge On Camera: How Anti-Genocide Student Activists are Ushering-In a New Era of Video Advocacy

UPDATE 11.10.09:  Watch this video report-back from lobby day, which features how STAND activists ushered-in a new era of video advocacy!   

Regions: Global, United States

Issues: Crimes against humanity, Genocide, Mass killings

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