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Martin Ennals Foundation condemns attacks on its 2013 Laureate, the Joint Mobile Group

The Joint Mobile Group (JMG) is known for its courageous work in opening legal cases on behalf of victims of torture in Chechnya. Traveling with journalists on March 9th, the group was physically attacked, their confidential notes stolen, and their transportation burned. Their offices in Ingushetia were also attacked. This is part of an ongoing pattern […]

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Need to Improve Organizational Security? Build Relationships

When a group of organizational security practitioners gathered in Prague this February, we were cautiously optimistic about what we could achieve. Organizational security is about empowering human rights organisations to protect themselves, the people they serve and their information – so that organisations can realize their missions. We added organizational security assessments and support to our […]

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Ahmed Mansoor Selected as the 2015 Laureate Martin Ennals Award for Human Rights Defenders

Ahmed Mansoor was selected by a jury of 10 global human rights organizations. The Award is given to human rights defenders who have shown deep commitment and face great personal risk. The aim of the award is to provide protection through international recognition. Ahmed Mansoor (United Arab Emirates) Since 2006, he has focussed on initiatives […]

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Vacancy for Senior Program Officer at IHRDA

The Institute for Human Rights and Development in Africa (IHRDA) is seeking to recruit a Senior Program Officer with significant litigation experience, along with knowledge of and familiarity with the African human rights system. IHRDA is a pan-African human rights organisation, based in Banjul, The Gambia, promoting the effective use of African human rights instruments […]

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Vacancy in the Open Society Archives at Central European University/Data Specialist

The Open Society Archives seeks a dynamic, interesting individual for a Data Specialist position to implement its new archival management system and enhance the cataloging/processing procedures  at OSA. The Open Society Archives affiliated with the Central European University is an international research center and Cold War archive, founded by George Soros in 1995. It is member […]

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We are hiring – Project Manager for Asia

Please do not apply any more. Summary HURIDOCS is seeking a Philippines-based project manager to develop innovative technology solutions for documenting human rights violations. Who We Are HURIDOCS is a non-profit supporting human rights organizations with information management solutions to maximize the impact of their work. The project manager will become part of a distributed […]

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Three Human Rights Defenders Selected as Final Nominees for the Martin Ennals Award 2015

Three outstanding Human Rights Defenders have been selected as final nominees for the Martin Ennals Award, recognising their dedication and courage. The Martin Ennals Award is selected by the International Human Rights Community and given to Human Rights Defenders who have shown deep commitment and courage in the face of personal risk. The aim of […]

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ECCHRD meeting

36th European Documentation Meeting (ECCHRD): Copenhagen, 6-8 May 2015

The European Co-ordination Committee on Human Rights Documentation (ECCHRD) aims to bring together people working on documentation, information and communication within human rights organisations and institutions based in Europe. The 36th meeting will start on Wednesday 6 May 2015 at 17h00 and end on Friday, 8 May 2015 around 16h00. The agenda will include the […]

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Responsible Data Forum on Human Rights Documentation – Philippines, 21-22 March 2015

The Responsible Data Forum on Human Rights Documentation will bring together practitioners and researchers to explore the ethical, privacy and security challenges posed by the use of data and new technologies in human rights documentation. It will be held just outside of Manila, The Philippines, on 21-22 March, on the fringes of RightsCon. The Forum […]

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