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November 3, 2016
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The majority of the world’s population now has a camera in their pocket. People everywhere are turning to video to document and tell stories of human rights abuses, such as the illegal sale of community lands or gender-based violence. But all too often, they are not filming safely or effectively, and their videos don’t make a difference.

The Global Legal Empowerment Network is excited to bring to you a webinar presented by WITNESS that will help you identify what to film, how to safely and ethically film it, and how to use the resulting footage to advocate for change.

Join us online on Tuesday, November 29th at 13:00 GMT/UTC and learn how you can use video to protect human rights and advance justice. Register for free here.

A brief summary of Global Legal Empowerment Network since October 6.


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