Thursday, 2 September 2010

[creative-radio] Have your say on the future of human rights online...


YouTube and the human rights organisation WITNESS ( have
written a series of blog posts this summer covering different aspects of how
online and mobile video plays a role in human rights worldwide, and setting
out what we think are some of the biggest challenges facing human rights
video (links to the posts are at the end of this message). Now we would
like to hear from you - journalists, activists, civil society, citizens,
technologists, and so on - about what you think solutions to these
challenges might be. You can contribute directly on this Google page:

or, if you prefer, send a tweet with your ideas to @citizentube or
@witnessorg, or if you decide to write a blog post yourself, send us the

Here are links to the three blog posts:

#1 - Why video matters online -
- Protecting yourself online -
- The future of human rights video -

really look forward to hearing your ideas!

Regards, Sameer
sameer padania |

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