A symposium on human rights law attracted a large number of students at the University of The Gambia eager to devote their future to the protection and promotion of human rights in Africa. Speakers at the symposium stressed the importance of thorough research for the students’ recent and future work and introduced the African Human Rights Case Law Analyser as an important tool. It is excellent for making research better while saving time, speakers and students said.
In this interview Johannes Buabeng-Baidoo explains what role the African Human Rights Case Law Analyser plays in that and how he and his students use information that they did not have access to before.
HURIDOCS is working on a Caselaw Analyzer for the Americas together with CEJIL (content partner) and Ketse.com (technology partner)
Sketching out our vision on how and why to connect case law from human rights mechanisms across the globe.
The new website of the International Commission of Jurists (ICJ) is online with improved access to an incredible amount of resources about human rights all around the globe.
HURIDOCS participated in a conference around the freedom of information tool Alaveteli.
See a screenshot of the new website of the African Commission for Human and Peoples’ Rights.
An online dialogue on Using Technology to Promote Transparency. Learn more about what was discussed.
New data visualization tools let web users chart the latest HDI trends for all UN member-states
The decisions of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights are now available on-line through an advanced tool – the African Human Rights Case Law Analyser.