How video as a tool in the Human Rights advocacy arsenal can shape the future of Rights in Latin America and the Caribbean?

2019 Chileian  Activists protests the police’s targeting of protesters’ eyes with rubber bullets (Photo credit: Nicole Kramm)
2019 Chilean Activists protests the police’s targeting of protesters’ eyes with rubber bullets (Photo credit: Nicole Kramm)
Paraguayan President Alfredo Stroessner, left, and Spanish dictator Francisco Franco at a ceremony in Madrid in 1973.Credit…Agence France-Presse/Getty Images
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Image taken from the International Centre for Not-For-Profit Law: Article about US Police Surveillance trends
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Mayor of Manaus asks Greta Thunberg for help: Poder 360
Aljazeera A Bigger Brother — Rebel Geeks Two cyber-activists are creating a smartphone app so activists in Rio de Janeiro can securely document police violence
This one-hour online workshop offers practical guidance for Native Americans and Indigenous activists interested in safely, ethically and effectively using video for evidence and advocacy. Copyright: Witness

Aspiring social technologist, desperately attempting to communicate the intersection between Live-streaming, Human Rights, Social media, and Latin America.

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