INVITATION: LRC / Witness Workshop Series in April 2017 on the ‘Right to Record’

During the first week of April 2017, the LRC and Witness are hosting a series of four interactive workshops on the “right to record” human rights violations in South Africa. The four workshops – which are open to the public and free of charge – will run from 09h00 to 16h30 on each day and will focus on:

  1. The right to record the police / private security with your cellphone or camera.

  2. Cellphone apps that you can use to secure images / video.

  3. How to collect and use images / video as evidence for advocacy campaigns and court proceedings.

The interactive workshops are relevant to activists; members of the media, including citizen journalists; people exercising their right to peaceful protest; communities who face unlawful evictions and discrimination; public interest lawyers; and people interested in documenting human rights violations by state / private actors.

*RSVP Form is below the invitation


*CONFIRM YOUR ATTENDANCE (RSVP) FOR THE RIGHT TO RECORD PUBLIC WORKSHOPS

Closing date: Wednesday, 15 March 2017 (extended to Monday, 27 March 2017)

RSVP: Right to Record Workshops
Please select the workshop that you would like to attend. Further details will be distributed once participants have been confirmed.
Please let us know if you have any dietary requirements so that we can cater accordingly.
Please let us know of any disability that you may have so that we can facilitate your involvement in the seminars.

Kindly contact Manson Gwanyanya at manson@lrc.org.za or on 011 8369831 for further details.