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What is chain of custody and why is it important for digital evidence?
Collaborative work with data in the human rights field
Preservation for human rights organisations
How to organise your data to meet your information needs?
Practical guide: Advice for producing reliable data in the human rights field
Infographic: How to face digital aggressions?
Infographic: Basic digital security measures
Infographic: How to digitise your human rights document archive?
An introduction to database migration
How to digitize your archive of human rights documents
Case study: SUMMA-CEJIL database Monitoring judicial response and improving case law accessibility
Case study: tracking and managing human rights complaints
Tips to digitise your documents
How to sign and encrypt your emails to protect them?
Store your passwords with KeePassXC
How to import and export CSV files to work with data?
How to calculate the hash code of a file?
What are hash codes?
PowerBase (CiviCRM for Organizers)
Basic Investigative Standards for International Crimes App (‘BIS App’)
Identification Data Management System (iDMS)
Standards for casualty recording
Reflections on the scientific documentation of human rights violations
DHIS2: web-based health management information system platform
The Dangers and Difficulties of Counting Victims in Syria | Syria Justice & Accountability Centre
SJAC Manual: Documenting Human Rights and Humanitarian Law Violations in Syria
Ukweli: Monitoring and documenting human rights violations in Africa
PILPG Human Rights Documentation Toolkit
PILPG Handbook on Civil Society Documentation of Serious Human Rights Violations Sept 2016
Adocacy Strategy Framework: A tool for articulating an advocacy theory of change
Video as Evidence Field Guide
KoBoToolbox: for mobile data collection
ProofMode: lightweight mobile app to collect and secure verifiable data
Uwazi Reveal: organise and analyse human rights violations
Build a Movement
IRCT: International Rehabilitation Council for Torture Victims
Physicians for Human Rights
Civil Rights Defenders
Asuntos Del Sur
HURIDOCS: Human Rights Information and Documentation Systems, International
DiDi: database for recording human rights violations
Pawah!: app to record reliable and auditable proofs of human rights violations
Casebox: litigation management system
Ushahidi: crowdsource mapping tool
Tella: mobile app for capturing information on human rights violations (was: Whistler)
CameraV: securely capture verifiable photo a video
OpenArchive: secure mobile media preserveration
CiviCRM + CiviCase: constituent relationship and case management system for nonprofits
OpenEvsys: database application designed specifically for documenting human rights violations
Anti-Torture Database (ATD): case management system
MediCapt: mobile app to collect forensic medical evidence
eyeWitness to Atrocities: mobile app for collecting verifiable photos and video
Corroborator: data analysis and fact corroboration
Martus: information collection and management tool
Build an information strategy for your organization
Data Advocacy Essentials
El Grito Toolkit: how to use eyewitness video as a source of data about police violence
Who Did What to Whom?: Planning and Implementing a Large-Scale Human Rights Data Project
¿Quién le hizo qué a quién? Planear e implementar un proyecto a gran escala de información en derechos humanos.
Introductory Guide to Open Source Inteligence and Digitial Verification
Keep: archiving of online videos and images (formerly known as VideoVault)
OPERA Framework: Assessing compliance with the obligation to fulfill economic, social and cultural rights
Uwazi: publish and analyse collections of documents
DATNAV: How to navigate digital data for human rights research
Check: verify breaking news online
Stakeholder Mapping & Power Analysis
A Data Strategy Workshop Curriculum
SAFETAG: A security auditing framework and evaluation template for advocacy groups
HURIDOCS events standard formats : a tool for documenting human rights violations
Technology tools in human rights
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