Witness Change exists to end human rights violations for marginalized communities through visual storytelling. We believe in amplifying the voices of survivors of oppression, to humanize the abuse they endure. We collaborate with experts and advocates to transform opinions, open minds, and change policies.
We use visual-based storytelling on human rights issues to present evidence of abuses, to humanize survivors, and to connect with audiences.
We use written testimonies, interviews and audio recordings to amplify the voices of survivors of abuse.
We use research to bring a deeper, fuller understanding to the issues we address.
We inform decision-makers and the public, providing them with the knowledge to take action. We work with media partners to disseminate our work, and we run exhibitions, give talks, and produce multimedia outputs to engage the public.
Witness Change helps worthy organizations that work on the issues we address by telling their stories and by connecting them to those with the resources they need to meet their goals.
We use our photography, journalism, and research to produce targeted advocacy tools, including exhibitions, social media campaigns, and fundraising events, and talks. Our campaigns are made to influence decision makers and other audiences with the power to make positive change happen around the issues we address.