Prof. Sarah Knuckey Interviewed in Report on Storytelling in Human Rights Advocacy
November 26, 2013

Sarah Knuckey was interviewed and quoted in When I Tell My Story, I’m in Charge: ethical and effective storytelling in advocacy, a new Victoria Law Foundation report by Rachel Ball, Director of Advocacy and Campaigns at the Human Rights Law Centre. The report examines storytelling in human rights and social justice advocacy, reflecting on its benefits and risks. The report also describes various storytelling methods and offers lessons for legal and policy reform. In the report, Sarah Knuckey describes the importance of Yemeni activist Farea Al-Muslimi’s testimony, the first direct testimony of its kind, before the United States Senate Committee where he spoke about the effect of drone strikes on his village.

Read the full report here [PDF].


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