Humanitarian assistance research

  • May192020

    Knowing all of the law, all of the time – responding to Covid 19

    This post originally appeared on the Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law website on 14 May 2020. As Paul White has…

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  • Apr222020

    Right On – The Wednesday Web Chat

    The HRBDT project is supporting a new digital initiative that aims to keep the Human Rights dialogue going during the…

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  • Feb262019

    The HRBDT Project Meets with UNHCR and UNOSAT to Discuss Using Technology to Help Protect Displaced Persons

    The HRBDT Project is delighted to welcome Rebeca Moreno Jimenez (UNHCR), Sofia Kyriazi (UNHCR) and Katarina Palmkron (UNOSAT) for a…

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  • Jul132018

    HRBDT Conference – Human Rights in a Digital Age

    On 24 May 2018, The Human Rights, Big Data and Technology (HRBDT) Project, based at the Human Rights Centre at…

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  • Jun152018

    HRBDT at the 2018 Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum

    From 11 – 13 June 2018, the Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum took place in Bonn. Attended by over 2,000…

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  • Dec072016

    Using Technology to Facilitate Human Rights Work

    Editor’s note: This post forms part of a larger series addressing key issues related to human rights, technology & big data.  New…

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  • Nov162016

    Human Rights in the Digital Age: The Promises of Big Data and Technology (Part I)

    Editor’s note: This post forms part of a larger series addressing key issues related to human rights, technology and big…

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  • Aug242016

    DatNav: New Guide to Navigate Digital Data in Human Rights Research

    From online videos of rights violations, to satellite images of environmental degradation, to eyewitness accounts disseminated on social media, we…

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