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Join us at RightsCon March 29: RDF Human Rights Documentation

Will you be in San Fransisco for RightsCon? Are you interested in Responsible Data and human rights documentation? Please join us for RDF Human Rights Documentation March. Human Rights Documentation March 29 2016 Thoughtworks, 814 Mission St, 5th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94103 This is a one day event on March 29 by HURIDOCS, the engine room, Amnesty International, and […]

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An individual philanthropist connects migrants to “the right people” with MigCall

As of January 1, 2016, Indian migrants in Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries can use a new tool for accessing help in times of distress: MigCall. Improving migrant workers’ conditions and connectivity With proper connectivity to their respective embassies and social workers, most of the challenges migrant workers can be solved. Conditions for Indian migrant workers are […]

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USAID and Humanity United Tech Challenge for Atrocity Prevention

We are delighted to share that the second round of the tech challenge for atrocity prevention has been launched on March 6th. This is an exciting competition, organized by USAID and Humanity United, to find new and promising approaches to prevent large-scale, deliberate attacks against civilians. The second round focuses on three critical issues: better […]

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Tactical Tech guide on the basics of using digital tools

sommaire en français Tactical Tech met sur pied un guide sur les bases de l’utilisation des outils numériques dans un contexte d’activisme et de plaidoyer. Nous aimerions savoir quelles questions vous avez dans votre utilisation quotidienne des ordinateurs, l’Internet et le téléphone mobile. resumen en español Tactical Tech está elaborando una guía sobre los aspectos […]

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