Eyewitness curation projects for Human Rights Documentation & Advocacy
If you have created a platform tracking eyewitness reports of a human rights issue, we want to hear from you. The purpose of this WITNESS survey is to research initiatives that involve the curation of eyewitness/open-source reports for human rights documentation and advocacy, so as to share tools, resources, and learnings, and identify shared objectives and challenges.

If you do not specify security concerns, the information may be included in a public write-up and/or presentation. Personal information including your name and email will not be shared publicly without your permission. Thank you for completing this survey and you can find more information about curating eyewitness footage for human rights at the WITNESS blog: blog.witness.org. If you have questions or want to get in touch, write to feedback@witness.org.

Curation Project Name
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Link to Project (if available online)
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Was this initiative created for the documentation of one particular event, or is it ongoing?
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For this project, what tools are used in the research and verification process (i.e. Google forms, YouTube data viewer, Check, etc.)
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What tools or platforms are used in the presentation/visualization process (i.e. Silk, Crowdmap, Check, Google Map, Excel, etc.)
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Who contributes to the curation and verification process? (check all that apply)
What security concerns have you faced in the curation process? How have you tried to address those concerns?
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If you have created any public resources about your curation process, please share links here:
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Would you be interested in sharing resources about the process, tools, and strategy that you used with other practitioners? If so, is there any particular aspects of your work you can share?
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What questions do you have about creating a platform of curated eyewitness reports that you would like to pose to others?
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Can we include your project on a public list of human rights curation platforms? If you have any concerns around identifying the project or the people behind it publicly, please explain.
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Email where you can be reached
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Your Name
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