A youth advocate at the UN
The Human Rights Database is powered in part by machine learning, the result of collaboration between Plan International, HURIDOCS and Google.org fellows.
CSV import, two-factor authentication and public submission forms are just some of what’s now available on our flagship platform for organising human rights information.
Supported by HURIDOCS, the project offers a database of torture-related information and a space for experts to exchange insights.
Together with some of our partner organizations and Google.org Fellows, we’re exploring how machine learning can support access to human rights law.
Airstrikes in Yemen
An integration between Digital Evidence Vault and Uwazi allows users to capture, organize and analyze online content in a streamlined way.
Justice Project Pakistan
Justice Project Pakistan and HURIDOCS partnered to create a database that shows who exactly is sitting on one of the world’s largest death rows—individuals with disabilities, juveniles and other vulnerable people.
This project aims to digitise court proceedings in Nigeria, thus improving access to key documents that can be used in the fight against corruption.
What’s included? Support for right-to-left languages, data synchronization between two or more Uwazi instances, and improved security.
We’ve added support for Matomo for web analytics, a way to manage languages from the user interface, and more.
Uwazi now supports document thumbnails, can run enhanced searches with query strings, and more.