HURIDOCS is receiving $1 million in grant funding and additional support from Google’s philanthropic arm, Google.org, in order to integrate machine learning models and expand Uwazi, a free and open source database application designed for human rights defenders to capture and organize collections of information.
Join us in exploring the vital role HURIDOCS plays in shaping the landscape of human rights today. Hear from our past and present directors, board chair and senior documentalist about our ongoing impact.
HURIDOCS held a workshop in Indonesia last August to highlight the power of collective work for the documentation of human rights violations during emergent crises. The workshop brought together 12 participants representing various community organisations from six different countries in the Asia- Pacific region: Bangladesh, Burma, Indonesia, Philippines, Sri Lanka, and West Papua.
A Mexican collective of women related to disappeared persons is transforming their pain into a driving force to create awareness, advocacy and demand for social change in a country where a person disappears every hour.
Collaboration aims to empower and train human rights actors in Turkey working for economic, social and cultural rights (ESCR).
We had the privilege of warmly welcoming Danna Ingleton, our new Executive Director, while bidding a fond farewell to Friedhelm Weinberg and Gisella Reina.
We are thrilled to announce that Danna Ingleton has been appointed as our new Executive Director.
HURIDOCS’ Executive Director says goodbye after 10 years of commitment to our cause.
The Uwazi Administrator’s Guide is now available in seven languages.
Our interim Executive Director discussed AI’s impact on growth with Google’s CEO and other innovators.