Equality Myanmar (formerly HREIB) is a nongovernmental organization which facilitates a broad range of human rights education and advocacy programs. Equality Myanmar’s mission is to empower the people of Myanmar through human rights education to engage in social transformation and promote a culture of human rights for all.
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The Video as Evidence Field Guide provides basic and advanced practices activists can use to increase the likelihood that their footage can serve as evidence in criminal and civil justice processes, for advocacy, and by the media. It also aims to help activists and lawyers better collaborate on capturing and collecting valuable video evidence.
The 10 insights presented in this publication provide the key considerations for strengthening responses for Women Human Rights Defenders (WHRDs) at risk by ensuring that they are strategic and properly resourced.
The Video Advocacy Planning Toolkit was created to help human rights defenders and activists evaluate whether video is right for their campaign. The Toolkit helps with planning and creating an effective and powerful advocacy video.
This guide provides tips, a compelling range of case studies, and easy-to-use exercises on the range of strategic, technical and ethical issues involved in using video for advocacy, and can be used as a comprehensive guide by both the first-time and more experienced video-maker. A must-read for human rights, environmental, and social justice organizations wanting to use video in their work.
This toolkit provides a model for taking an organisation through a strategic planning process. It covers planning to do strategic planning, covering the background issues that need to inform or direct the strategic planning process, and then defining the strategic framework for the project or organisation activities.
A Diplomat’s Handbook for Democracy Development Support is meant to present a wide variety of case studies documenting and explaining specific country experiences of diplomats assisting civil society activists.