Handling information effectively, using its potential to maximize the impact of advocacy – this is a serious challenge, and one that Janet Haven of the Open Society Foundations (OSF) has been working on for almost a decade. In this interview she talks about why she is convinced this is important, how she is constantly looking for new ways to measure the impact of this work and the progress made so far by working together with organizations like HURIDOCS.
Manushak shares what she has been learning as an intern at HURIDOCS to develop a website for Women for Development, an Armenian NGO she usually works with.
In this interview, Loren Treisman, Executive of Indigo Trust, talks about the partners they support, what makes them special and why her work feels like it’s part of a tech revolution – and still it’s not actually technology that matters.
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.
An interview with Judith Dueck, looking back at 25 years of engagement with HURIDOCS.
Sketching out our vision on how and why to connect case law from human rights mechanisms across the globe.
An interview with Hans Thoolen, one of HURIDOCS’ cofounders, at the occasion of our 30th anniversary.
A deep dive on a large scale photo archiving project. Lessons learned and tips are summarised at the end of the post.
An overview of research on and practical examples of open source tools for libraries.
A personal reflection about HURIDOCS’s history on the occasion of the 20th anniversary.