Human Rights Information and Documentation Systems, International (HURIDOCS)
They are an NGO that supports human rights organizations to use information and technology in the simplest and most efficient way.
With smart information management, their partners are able to expose human rights violations for the protection of survivors and to hold perpetrators accountable.
Based in Geneva, HURIDOCS is an NGO that since 1982 supports human rights defenders use information technologies and documentation methods to organize and present data about violations. They are passionate about providing NGOs with the simplest and most efficient tools and techniques to advocate for their cause.
Their team working in Africa, Asia, the Middle East and Eastern Europe understands the specific challenges of each of these contexts.
They want human rights defenders to be able to:
Organize an efficient strategy as a result of the information they have
Use tools and methods that improve the impact of their work at a global level
They also aim to strengthen international and regional human rights mechanisms by making their datasets openly accessible – case law, reports, communications or resolutions – that can lead to more effective advocacy and litigation. See more