Ukraine – Resources Hub
Дивіться українські ресурси
As experts in using photos and videos to hold perpetrators of atrocity crimes accountable, eyeWitness to Atrocities continues to support civil society groups, journalists and civilians documenting potential war crimes and other incidents in Ukraine.
This page contains key resources to help documenters in Ukraine capture relevant and reliable audio-visual evidence that can lead to justice.
We will be updating this page with more resources and information over time. If you have any topics you would like more information about, or to learn more about eyeWitness to Atrocities, please email us at email@example.com.
Download the eyeWitness to Atrocities app from Google Play (available for Android only).
Practical guide on when to use the eyeWitness to Atrocities app
If you actively document human rights violations and atrocity crimes – war crimes, crimes against humanity, and genocide – for accountability through photo and video (or are looking to do so), this guide is for you!Read more
Information about who we are, how we were founded, and why we exist. Includes links to external news outlets and organisations that can vouch for us.
Full user guide
A series of easy to follow instructions for using the various features of the app.
Pocket user guide
A one-page summary of how to use the app, the app’s security features, and how your footage can be used for justice.
Capture war crimes
A one-page guide to help you identify and collect evidence of war crimes against persons and objects.
Include information and notes
Increase the usability of your eyeWitness footage by including information and notes for investigators.
Top tips for using the app
Six quick tips to help you make the most out of the app and improve the reliability of your footage.
Post and share verifiable footage
How to post and share verifiable photo and videos to social media with the app.
About the eyeWitness server
Learn about uploading footage, encryption and consent.
How to document possible human rights violations at a protest using the app.