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    TED 2011: Using citizen journalism to bear witness to violence TED 2011: Using citizen journalism to bear witness to violence Presentation Transcript

    • Citizen journalism:Bearing witness to violence Sanjana Hattotuwa
    • Naren: Digital native
    • His future post-war• Individually addressable humanity• Phones and PCs morphed, differentiated only by size, not capacity or capability• Multiplicity of stories
    • Our presentThe telegenic revolutions
    • What does this mean? For marginalised citizens and people
    • Bearing witness• Curation, participation• Existing technology• Mobiles• Text, photos, videos• Change rare, narratives abundant
    • Mobile and the mobile Retelling stories18% How we perceive and communicate 82% Mobiles PCs Shapes peace
    • The new violence Data loss is lives lost
    • Peace is an idea. Technology gives voice. Stories give hope.Citizen journalism transforms. This is my life This is my work