For 16 years, WITNESS has harnessed the power of video to advance human rights. In honor of the 60th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on December 10th, we've put together a short video with different WITNESS staff talking about images that opened their eyes to human rights abuses around the world. Now we'd like to hear from you:
What image opened your eyes to human rights?
Join some of our friends and partners that have used video to create change by sharing what image had the greatest impression on you. Was it an image or video that gave you hope, or did it show you how much further we needed to go and inspire you to take action?
Join the Conversation:
1) Respond with video here on the Hub
If you are a member and have your video ready, you can upload now. Make sure to tag your video "UDHR60" If you are not a member, join now - it is free and easy - then you can upload. Check out our new Top 5 Upload Tips to help save you time and get more views of your video.
2) Respond with text
If you cannot respond with video, join the conversation by leaving a comment on the Hub blog now.
3) Respond with video on YouTube
If you have an account on YouTube, upload your video as a response to our video. By uploading a video response, all of the UDHR 60 videos will be viewable in the same place and help attract more people to the conversation. Make sure to tag your video "UDHR60." You can also post a comment or rate or video on YouTube.
4) Join us on Facebook
Change your status to: What image opened your eyes to human rights? http://hub.witness.org/UDHR60
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5) Blog & Vlog!
Help us spread the word - please blog about WITNESS' UDHR 60th Project and embed a response video for human rights on Dec 10th...
Though we cannot ensure translation for every submission, we strongly encourage you to share your stories in the language(s) of your choice. If you could help translate, join our volunteer team!
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WITNESS uses video and online technologies to open the eyes of the world to human rights violations. Over the past 16 years, WITNESS has worked with thousands of human rights defenders and hundreds of groups in over 70 countries to empower people to transform personal stories of abuse into powerful tools for justice, promoting public engagement and policy change. Learn more about our work and see how we've helped to advance human rights here.