See a screenshot of the new website of the African Commission for Human and Peoples’ Rights. User friendly, complete, informative, multilingual and beautiful. All the information you need at the click of a mouse. Coming soon. Stay tuned!
Dear friends and colleagues, We just came across this fabulous collection of tools for infographics… interactive maps, charts, and everything else you’ve been dreaming of for your website! All neatly organized into categories, as we like things to be here at HURIDOCS. Wow. We’ll check out each one of them in the coming days to […]
Dear colleagues, We finally moved out of cold and lonely Versoix to some very nice new offices in central Geneva, three minutes from the train station, and just in front of Manor. The new address: 11 rue de Cornavin. Here it is on the map. You are most welcome to visit. We have good coffee. […]
The decisions of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights are now available on-line through an advanced tool. At the NGO Forum just before the November 2010 session of the Commission, the Institute for Human Rights and Development in Africa (IHRDA) and HURIDOCS launched a new online database of jurisprudence of the African Human […]
The Micro-thesauri: a tool for documenting human rights violations is a collection of 48 lists with terminology was developed by HURIDOCS or adapted from a variety of authoritative resources. The Micro-thesauri are intended for use in conjunction with HURIDOCS Standard Formats manuals, and in particular with the HURIDOCS Events Standard Formats: a tool for documenting […]
On 12 and 13 August 2010, HURIDOCS and the Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights convened a workshop to discuss the so-called IBSA procedure for more effective monitoring and implementation of economic, social and cultural rights. IBSA provides a framework for accountability of State actors when reporting on their progress on implementing […]
texte en français ci-bas texto en español debajo HuriSearch – the Open Source human rights search engine HURIDOCS is glad to announce the launch of a new, Open Source version of HuriSearch, its specialised search engine for human rights information. HuriSearch is a very useful resource for human rights researchers and advocates, academic staff and […]
Media Monitoring, Scanning and Intelligence for Human Rights NGOs This publication gives human rights organisations an overview of their environment, their most common assets and needs. These will guide their action and lead to intelligence. It provides a scanning package with resources on where to start searching on the Web. It shows how Web information […]