Documenting Your Issue

Photos documenting abuses and human rights violations can be posted online to be shared with a wider audience, using photo-sharing services like flickr. If your main objective is to ensure that a lot of people see your photos, then you should probably post them on popular sites such as flickr and You Tube. However you should be aware that these sites will and do censor postings. If you are posting sensitive material primarily to share it with your allies then you should consider other means of circulating your documentation.


  • Web-based application to share photos. Tags can be added to photos and photos added to groups based on a topic so others can find them. Enables creating contacts and friends so that only they can see all or some photos. Photos can be cross-posted to blogs. Allows RSS feed of photos so others can subscribe or you can integrate photos onto other web pages.

  • It gives human rights defenders and advocates a place to store and share multimedia, such as video and photos for use in campaigns.

  • Mobile application to upload photos and video from your phone to web-based services like Flickr, blip.tv, wordpress. Can tag and add comments on the phone. Back up the contacts on your phone to the web. Get others' photos, videos on your phone.

  • Allows you to upload and share photos over the internet.

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