Video collections can be used in many ways to protect and defend human rights — illuminating patterns, telling fuller stories, or as evidence to strengthen advocacy campaigns or legal efforts for justice. But collecting and archiving videos takes time, persistence, and resources, and can put people at risk. Before you go down that road, ask yourself these questions with our decision tree to make sure it’s the right move!
This resource was created in collaboration with Texas After Violence Project. This is version 2.0.