Sam Gregory is the Program Director at WITNESS, the leading global organization training and supporting people to use video in human rights advocacy, where he supervises campaigning, training and policy leadership initiatives. In 2005, he was the lead editor on the widely used text “Video for Change: A Guide for Advocacy and Activism” (Pluto Press), and in 2007, he developed WITNESS’ Video Advocacy Institute, an intensive two-week training program for human rights advocates. He teaches a course on ‘Human Rights Advocacy using Video/Related Multimedia’ at the Harvard Kennedy School. He has worked extensively with human rights activists, particularly in Latin America and Asia, integrating video into campaigns on a range of civil, political, social, economic and cultural human rights issues. Videos he has co-produced have been screened to decision-makers in the U.S. Congress, the U.K. Houses of Parliament, the United Nations and at film festivals worldwide. Widely recognized for his expertise on emerging forms of advocacy he has been interviewed on using video in advocacy for the Christian Science Monitor, the National Journal, Videomaker Magazine, Reason, PBS Now, Voice of America and other media outlets. His articles in human rights, social entrepreneurship and visual media journals include most recently ‘Cameras Everywhere: Ubiquitous Video Documentation of Human Rights, New Forms of Video Advocacy and Concerns about Safety, Security, Dignity and Consent’ in the Journal of Human Rights Practice (OUP, 2010). He attended the Harvard University Kennedy School of Government on a Kennedy Memorial Scholarship, and graduated with a Masters in Public Policy. He has also worked as a television researcher/producer in both the UK and USA, and for development organizations in Nepal and Vietnam, and holds a B.A. (First Class) from Oxford University in History and Spanish. He was formerly on the Advisory Board of the Tactical Technology Collective, and is on the Board of the US Campaign for Burma.