HURIDOCS collaborated with UPR Info to relaunch their Database of UPR Recommendations and Voluntary Pledges with improved features.
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The Human Rights Database is powered in part by machine learning, the result of collaboration between Plan International, HURIDOCS and Google.org fellows.
Supported by HURIDOCS, the project offers a database of torture-related information and a space for experts to exchange insights.
Watch these short films about the 2020 Martin Ennals Award laureate, Yemeni human rights activist Huda Al-Sarari, and finalists Norma Librada Ledezma and Sizani Ngubane.
How did HURIDOCS spend 2019? Helping our partners to document important human rights information and make it accessible.
Huda Al-Sarari, Norma Ledezma and Sizani Ngubane are human rights defenders who have risked their lives to promote justice and dignity in their local communities.
Together with some of our partners and Google.org Fellows, we’re exploring how machine learning can support access to human rights law.
This free course from HURIDOCS and Advocacy Assembly helps activists find international human rights law to use in their local advocacy.
An integration between Digital Evidence Vault and Uwazi allows users to capture, organize and analyze online content in a streamlined way.
Justice Project Pakistan and HURIDOCS partnered to create a database that shows who is sitting on one of the world’s largest death rows—individuals with disabilities, juveniles and other vulnerable people.