In January 2007, B'Tselem launched its camera distribution project, a video advocacy project. We provide Palestinians living in high-conflict areas with video cameras, with the goal of bringing the reality of their lives under occupation to the attention of the Israeli and international public.

20 min. Documentary Short Film, a product of collaborative effort by filmmakers and a Hebron family of volunteer photographers

A rare glimpse of what it's like to live in Gaza: Video blog by Khaled al-‘Azayzeh, one of B’Tselem's field researchers in the Gaza Strip.

B’Tselem and the Guardian gave six Palestinians and Israelis cameras to create video diaries of their lives in occupied East Jerusalem, under the shadow of the settlement enterprise.

Following Operation Cast Lead in 2009, B'Tselem gathered 15 young volunteers, mostly students starting their studies in communication or journalism, gave them video cameras, and asked them to document everyday life around them.