B’tselem is a NGO for human rights that was founded by prominent academicians, lawyers, journalists and members of the Knesset in the year 1989. The goal is to document human rights violations in the occupied territories and to inform the Israeli public and legislature of these violations. When collecting data it makes no difference whether the violations are committed by Israelis or Palestinians. The primary goal of the organization is to change Israel policy in the occupied territories and to ensure that Israel protects the rights of the local population.
B’tselem trains residents of the occupied territories in the use of media technology, teaching practical, basic skills for the production of videos (production of interviews, sound, editing).