Learn how to create and use videos for advocacy, awareness, and human rights documentation through Video For Change's new training curriculum

For more information, please visit the following link: http://blog.witness.org/2012/03/witness-curriculum-now-online/?utm_...

Today, we are very excited to announce that we are making our comprehensive training curriculum available online for free download for the very first time. Whether you are an activist documenting human rights abuses in your community, a grassroots organization raising awareness on the national level, or a video advocacy trainer interested in conducting your own trainings, you can now download, remix, share, and give feedback on WITNESS’ extensive curriculum – take a first look below.

Through 20 years of activist trainings, collaboration with key players in over 80 countries, and development of innovative technologies, our curriculum is the result of a comprehensive approach to training.

It is also our latest initiative to share training resources with activists and trainers whom we cannot support through in-person trainings and workshops.  In September we released our Video Advocacy Planning Toolkit – an interactive tool which guides users step-by-step through our training methodology via useful videos, case studies, and exercises.  We will soon be reaching a more diverse audience by making the Toolkit and curriculum available in additional languages.

How Does it Work?

The Curriculum is split into 7 modules, each containing downloadable Slideshare presentations, worksheets, and materials for training participants and facilitators. You can select the materials you need to tailor trainings to your specific advocacy issue.

Here is a sampling of the many sessions available to download:

Module 1, Session 1: Setting Ground Rules & Feedback Sessions
Module 2, Session 4: Audience Assessment
Module 3, Session 5: Interview Workshop
Module 4, Session 4: Essentials of Video Budgeting
Module 5, Session 1: Introduction to Storytelling
Module 6, Session 1: Refining a Distribution Strategy
Module 7, Session 2: Introduction to Filming Safely and Securely and Using Informed Consent

Tags: Activism, Advocacy, Awareness, Grassroots, Human Rights, Technology, Training, Video, Video for Change

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Great post!!!

i am working for human rights in pakistan but unfortunately I have found no response from any international organization who could help me in this work.

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