Brian Eno is a musician, producer and visual artist. He has released 25 solo albums, and has worked with artists such as Talking Heads, David Byrne, David Bowie, U2, Coldplay, Laurie Anderson, Paul Simon and many others. He has presented his visual art and installations in over 130 solo shows and several group shows.


Franc Roddam is a film director, television producer and writer. His films include Quadrophenia, K2, Aria, The Lords of Discipline and War Party. He created the worldwide TV franchise, MasterChef, which is shown in 200 countries worldwide, and also produced the TV formats Auf Wiedersehen, Pet and Harry. He directed the award-winning TV drama Dummy, which won the prestigious Prix Italia Drama Prize, and directed the Golden Globe nominated US mini-series Moby Dick and Cleopatra.



Oren co-founded Videre in 2008 and served as its Chief Executive Officer for more than 10 years. In his role as President, he provides strategic advice to the organisation based on 25 years of experience challenging and disrupting unjust systems. Prior to Videre, Oren led the video department at B’Tselem where he trained hundreds of citizens fighting for justice in the West Bank through the video project “Shooting Back.” The project won several awards, including the One World Media award and International Media Award’s Cutting Edge Prize. Working at the intersection of human rights and film, he has become a leading voice on the use of visual information to create sustainable change in areas of conflict. Oren is an Ashoka Fellow and a recipient of the 2016 Skoll Award for Social Entrepreneurship.



Rosa Curling is an international and UK human rights and public law solicitor. She is an expert in both areas of law, having advised, and led litigation, on issues such as freedom of information, privacy, anti-bribery, EU law, torture, immigration and refugee law, modern day slavery, right to life, right to death, welfare benefits, access to education services, death penalty, access to health services, the rule of law, international aid, unlawful detention, climate change and environmental law. She has represented clients before the UK’s High Court, Court of Appeal and Supreme Court, as well as several Tribunals, including the Freedom of Information Tribunal and the Investigative Powers Tribunal. She has also represented clients before the European Court of Human Rights, the European Court of Justice, some of the African Regional Courts of Human Rights and the International Criminal Court and is a co-chair of Videre’s Board of Trustees. 


Jonny Persey is the Director of Met Film. He has over twenty years’ experience in producing films with credits including The Mercy, Swimming with Men, The Infidel, Little Ashes and Wondrous Oblivion. He and his team have also produced numerous documentaries, including Sundance prize-winning How to Change the World, Grierson winner Deep Water and BIFA nominated The Great Hip-Hop Hoax. Jonny studied psychology at Cambridge University and worked for several years as a youth worker and training and organisational development consultant and is a co-chair of Videre’s Board of Trustees.


Uri has been working in the film industry since 1985. He Founded Fragile Films in 1989 and has produced and directed many documentaries in locations all over the world among which were the award-winning Atlantic Hip To The Tip, All In The Family, Dar O Dur and OBI. Since 1997, he has produced feature films including Ideal Husband, Spice World the Movie and The Importance of Being Ernest. In 2001, together with his partner, he bought Ealing Studios, where Fragile Films continues to successfully produce British feature films. Uri has originated several projects involving innovative use of video cameras, including the highly successful video project conducted by BVCF, the major Conservation Organization of Mallorca. He has served on the board of several charities.


David Goldsworthy is the former head of the international relations and technical cooperation at the UK National Audit Office where he was responsible for managing capacity building projects with audit offices and public accounts committees across the world. He has a keen interest in anti-corruption work and has recently established Development Action an international consultancy specialising in governance and accountability. He has served on many different charity boards and is currently on the Governments Faculty Board of the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy.


Dr. Roudabeh Kishi is an expert on political violence and data methodologies. She is Chief Research Officer of the Bridging Divides Initiative, a non-partisan research initiative that tracks and mitigates political violence in the United States, based at Princeton University. She also serves as a consultant on a wide range of projects for a variety of clients, including governments, INGOs, humanitarian organizations, and research centers. Previously, she directed research, including global data collection, at the Armed Conflict Location & Event Data Project (ACLED), the most widely used source of real-time information on political violence and protests around the world. Her work appears in various outlets, ranging from scholarly journals and academic books, to policy briefs and white papers, to op-eds and mainstream blogs, and has been cited by the UN Human Rights Council, the International Criminal Court, numerous policymakers, and media outlets around the world.


Dylan Mathews is CEO of Peace Direct having joined the organisation in 2015. His commitment to supporting local organisations in the global south spans almost twenty years, during which time he has worked for a range of peacebuilding, international development and humanitarian organisations. While working for the peacebuilding think tank Oxford Research Group, he authored ‘War Prevention Works’ which profiled the role of non-state actors in conflict prevention and resolution – a publication that helped launch Peace Direct in 2004. He is the editor of ‘Working with Conflict 2’ a practical toolkit for local peacebuilders, published in 2020. Dylan is the Vice Chair of the Alliance for Peacebuilding, a global peacebuilding network based in Washington DC.



Jesse is the interim Chief Executive Officer of Videre, having served as our Senior Director of Strategic Development for 5 years. Prior to this he held positions in both London and Washington D.C. with the Institute for War and Peace Reporting, focusing on promoting freedom of expression and access to information in conflict-affected and closed societies. He began his career in human rights with Global Witness, and worked in Sri Lanka for the Neelan Tiruchelvam Trust during the final stages of the country’s civil war to protect local human rights defenders and support civil society development. Jesse sits on the Executive Board of Airwars, a transparency watchdog that monitors and investigates civilian harm claims in conflict-affected nations. He holds a MA in International Studies and Diplomacy from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) at the University of London.

For security purposes, other Videre staff members cannot be named.


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Privacy Policy

Your online privacy and security is very important to Videre Est Credere.


1.1 In this Privacy Policy:
1.1.1 This privacy policy applies only to our Videre Est Credere websites (‘the sites’) that are under the parent domain of videreonline.org
1.1.2 “we,” “us,” “Videre Est Credere,” and “Videre” a private company limited by guarantee (company number 06706030), incorporated in England and Wales, charity registration no. 1130375, whose registered office is at 4 Old Park Lane, London, W1K 1QW, which owns and operates the Sites.
1.1.3 This privacy policy explains how Videre uses the information it collects about you and procedures that Vider has in place to safeguard your privacy. Videre is committed to ensuring that your privacy is protected. Under the Data Protection Act 1998 Videre has a legal duty to protect any personal information it collects from you.
1.1.4 Videre does not capture and store any personal information about an individual who accesses this website, except where he or she voluntarily chooses to give Videre personal information via email, or by using an electronic form on the website, or by enquiring about any of Videre’s services.

2.1 The Sites provide various services which include, but are not limited to, providing information on Videre Est Credere’s operations.
2.2 The Sites are UK-based websites and we take reasonable care to comply with the requirements of the UK Data Protection Act 1998 (‘the Act’) relating to the personal information you supply on the Sites.
2.3 For the purpose of the Act, we are the data controller. If you have any queries concerning this Privacy Policy or the way in which your personal data is used by us, please email info@videreonline.org

3.1 The Sites are aimed at people who are aged 14 years old and over. If you are aged 14 to 18, we advise you to inform your parent or legal guardian that you are using the Sites. If you are under the age of 14, you may not use the Sites or submit any personal information to any of the Sites.
3.2 If we become aware that we have collected any personal information from any person under the age of 14, we will delete this information as soon as possible.

The information we gather (‘Information’) may include the name and address of registered users and members, their credit or debit card number and expiry date, and email address. If you have registered on any of the Sites, the Information will include any personal information which you submit to the Site.

If you have registered as a member on any of the Sites, you may be asked to provide personal information in order to set up a profile. If your profile is published on a Site, it may be accessed (and transferred) outside of the European Economic Area (‘EEA’). By supplying personal information for your profile, you accept that it may be published on the Site in question and you consent to such transfer.

6.1 If any of the Information you have submitted for any account or profile on any of the Sites changes, you can update your personal information by logging in to your account on the Site in question and selecting the option provided.

7.1 We may use the Information you submit to the Site to notify you by email about important functionality changes and alterations to the Site, and we also use your Information to provide you with information about our other services which are similar to those we provide on the Sites, if you have indicated that you wish to receive such communications from us.
7.2 The Information you give us will be stored on a database and may be used by us for the purposes explained in this Privacy Policy.
7.3 We may also use your Information to help us to know what incentives, appeals and actions are working well and which are not so strong and to inform future activity across the organisation, helping Videre Est Credere to be more effective in combating human rights abuses.
7.4 We care about your details and unless you have agreed we will never share your phone number or email address. Videre will not share the contact details of under 18s.
7.5 We may permit selected third parties to use your Information, to contact you about products, services or issues which may be of interest to you, if you have given us permission to do so. If you do not wish to receive any such communications from us or third parties, you may opt out by notifying info@videreonline.org.
7.6 We may offer you the opportunity to sign up to a mailing list and/or newsletter, to participate in a survey or a competition, or to receive information by email about third parties’ products and services, or any other products and services which we provide. If you sign up for any of these and subsequently change your mind, you may opt out by notifying us at our info@videreonline.org.

8.1 Except as set out below, we will not sell, distribute or disclose your Information without your consent, unless we believe in good faith that the law requires it.
8.2 If you have subscribed to any of our e-communications, e-zines or e-newsletters, we will not sell or rent this information to anyone.
8.3 From time to time we may work in partnership with other organisations on a campaign and so you may receive joint communications from Videre Est Credere and the partnership organisation(s) in question, unless you have indicated that you do not wish to receive such communications.

9.1 The Information that we collect from you may be transferred to, and stored at, a destination outside the EEA for our own administration purposes or for the purpose of any international operations run by Videre Est Credere and an organisation located outside of the EEA. Such organisations may be engaged in, among other things, the processing of your personal details as a subscriber to the campaign in question and the processing of your payment details, if you make a donation to Videre.
9.2 By submitting your Information, you agree to this transfer, storing or processing. We cannot guarantee that any organisation located outside of the EEA will have adequate safeguards for the protection of personal data, but we will take all steps reasonably necessary to ensure that your Information is treated securely and in accordance with this Privacy Policy.
9.3 If Videre Est Credere is acquired by a third party, personal data held by it about its members may be one of the transferred assets.

All payments are handled through JustGiving.com. Please contact them for any information related to payment privacy.

We may from time to time operate an ‘Invite a friend’ or similar service. This is a referral service, designed to make it easy for you to recommend the Sites and related websites or offers to a friend, and is a two-step process. First, you send us your friend’s name and email address, and secondly, we contact the friend, telling them who we are, and inviting them to join a campaign or to visit one or more of the Site. When we contact your friend, we always advise them of the name and email address of the friend who made the original referral. We will not use your friend’s details for any other purpose.

We may provide links to other websites. Before supplying any personal information to any other website, we recommend that you check that website’s Privacy Policy. We do not accept responsibility for the protection of any data supplied to other sites.

13.1 What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file, which often includes a unique identifier that is sent to your computer or mobile phone (referred to here as a “device”) browser from a website’s computer and is stored on your device’s hard drive. There are various types of cookies which perform different functions, such as remembering which items you have placed in your shopping basket or recording your browsing habits. The information recorded by the cookie is retrieved on the user’s next visit to the site.

13.2 How does Videre use cookies?
On our websites, cookies record information about your online preferences, remember information about you when you visit our site and compile statistical reports on website activity. Some cookies are used that are essential in order to provide our services to you.

During the course of any visit to videreonline.org, your navigation through the site is recorded by a cookie that is downloaded to your device. The information recorded is retrieved on a repeat visit to the site by checking to see, and finding, the cookie left there on the last visit.

Information supplied by cookies can help us to analyse the profile of our visitors and help us to provide you with a better user experience. Below we have set out the four categories of cookies that Videre uses on our website. These cookies are:

• Strictly necessary cookies
These cookies are essential in order to enable you to move around the website and use its features.. Without these cookies, services you have asked for, such as making payments for donations cannot be provided. These cookies do not gather information about you that could be used for marketing or remembering where you have been on the internet.

• Performance cookies
These cookies collect information about how our visitors use the website, for instance which pages visitors go to most often, and if they get error messages from any web pages. They also allow us to record and count the number of visitors to the website, all of which enables us to see how visitors use the website in order to improve the way that our website works. These cookies do not collect information that identifies a visitor, as all information these cookies collect is anonymous and is only used to improve how our website works.

• Functionality cookies
These cookies allow our website to remember choices you make (such as your login details or your choices in relation to our newsletters and subscriptions). Whenever these cookies are used we will notify you before using the cookie, providing more information about the functionality cookie to be used, and how it might improve your user experience. The information these cookies collect is usually anonymised. They do not gather any information about you that could be used for advertising or remember where you have been on the internet. Videre doesn’t currently collect this type of cookies. If we decide to do so in the future we will up-date this policy.

• Targeting cookies
These cookies collect several pieces of information about your browsing habits. They are placed by our third party service provider [although we may also place a cookie that collects this kind of information]. All of the information that these cookies collect is anonymised, although they contain a unique key that is able to distinguish, for example, individual user browsing habits, or log if an individual user has clicked on a one of our suggested recommendations. These cookies can track your visits around the website, but they do not usually know who you are. They remember that you have visited our website and your browsing habits on our website to improve your experience, so that our recommendations are a better fit for you. This information is only shared between us and our third party service provider. Without these cookies, the user experience on our website will be less relevant to you and your interests.

14.1 When you submit your Information to us on any of the Sites, we take steps to ensure that your information is treated securely. Unfortunately, it is not possible to guarantee the total security of any data transmitted over the Internet. While we strive to protect your Information, Videre Est Credere cannot ensure or warrant the security of any information you transmit to us, and you therefore do this at your own risk. Once we receive your transmission, we take reasonable steps to ensure its security on our systems, but we take no responsibility for any unauthorised access or loss of personal information that is beyond our control.
14.2 Please remember that other methods of Internet communication, such as emails and messages sent via a website, are not secure unless they are encrypted.

Our Privacy Policy may change from time to time. In this case, the amended version will be published on the Site.

This policy will be updated if there are any changes in our practice.​

Ethical Funding Policy

Here we outline the principles by which funds are raised at Videre.

We rely almost entirely on voluntary support to meet the costs of our activities, and the majority of our funding comes from grants provided by private trusts and foundations, governments, development organisations and individuals.

To help guarantee the availability of ongoing funds to pay for our work, we aim to maintain a broad base of funding sources, and actively seek opportunities to work together with external organisations and individuals that share our aims and values. At the same time, it is vital that we maintain our independence and do not allow any external partnership to unduly influence our policies or actions, either explicitly or implicitly.

We appreciate all offers of support, however we also have a responsibility to all our stakeholders to consider the ethical implications and risks of working with, or accepting funding from, any state, organisation or individual. We therefore apply a vetting process to all proposed gifts to ensure that we do not take donations that might contradict or compromise our objectives, activities, or values. We reserve the right to refuse or return donations where we feel this might be the case, but in all instances, we will explain our reasons.

We consider accepting financial support from organisations and individuals on the following basis:

It is clear that such support will benefit Videre and our partners
The aims, values and activities of donors, as far as can be reasonably assessed, do not conflict with those of Videre
Videre is satisfied that association with donors will not: compromise our aims and values, or our independent status; result in adverse publicity or other reputational damage; lead to a decline in support, or in the resources available to fund our work; or damage our longer term fundraising prospects
It is not a requirement of financial support to advertise or promote any company or organisation.

We may accept anonymous individual, or trust, donations where there has been a rigorous third party due diligence process, to confirm that our ethical guidelines have been met. If a supporter makes themselves known to Videre but wishes their gift to remain anonymous, we will honour these wishes, again on the basis that our ethical guidelines have been met. The information we hold on our donors is regarded as confidential and is not shared with or sold to any third party.

All decisions to accept funding are ultimately made by the Senior Management Team and Executive Board on a case-by-case basis. We behave with integrity in all our fundraising, raising funds in accordance with our fundraising policy and ethical principles. We comply with all relevant UK laws and regulation, including those related to privacy, money laundering rules, sanctions requirements, and the UK Bribery Act. This policy is regularly reviewed to ensure we continue to meet all related laws and regulations, and are responsive to any emerging lessons in best practice.


Videre is a registered charity and not-for-profit company limited by guarantee, registered in England and Wales. Videre is also deemed to be the equivalent of a US charity, as described in Section 501(c)(3) of the US Internal Revenue Code. Videre’s current Foreign Public Charity Equivalence Determination (ED) certificate is available via NGOsource.org.


Videre has exposed abuses and prevented human rights violations.

Our model works.

Unfortunately, given the suffering in the world, the demand for our work is high.
Join us in our fight for human rights. Enable us to end impunity in even more countries.

Every contribution helps reveal injustice.


Should you like support Videre, but do not want to give online or if you would like further information about our work, please contact us at info@videreonline.org