Martin Ennals Award Ceremony 2022 Laureates
On 2 June 2022, Pham Doan Trang, Daouda Dialo and Abdul-Hadi Al-Khawaja were honoured for their unwavering commitment to defending the human rights of others. Get inspired by their stories of courage and unfailing hope.
Keeping our partners’ data safe is one of our top priorities at HURIDOCS.
Join the HURIDOCS team for our four sessions at RightsCon 2022.
Fast Company World Changing Ideas 2022
We are thrilled to be recognised as a finalist in the AI and data category of Fast Company’s World-Changing Ideas Awards!
Knitted hat lying among debris in Ukrainian city
HURIDOCS has been working with urgency to meet the needs of our Ukrainian partners to enable effective, comprehensive and safe documentation of human rights violations.
North Korean Prison Database
Korea Future, with support from HURIDOCS, has launched the North Korean Prison Database that documents human rights violations in the North Korean penal system.
Totem online interactive course on Human Rights Documentation
Totem is offering a free online course on the common stages of human rights documentation and what can be achieved with community-led documentation
Using Uwazi to build a database documenting institutional violence
HURIDOCS, PILPG and The Engine Room recently hosted five Uwazi demo sessions, presented in English, French, Spanish and Arabic.
Pham Doan Trang, Daouda Dialo, Abdul-Hadi Al-Khawaja are three inspiring and courageous human rights defenders from Vietnam, Burkina Faso and Bahrain who have been named the 2022 Martin Ennals Award Laureates.
The Committee for Justice has launched an online database documenting human rights violations in the context of the Egyptian justice system.