Our Publications

A wide range of outputs will be published over the course of the Project, ranging from edited collections to practice-orientated policy briefings.

Please check back regularly to view our most recent publications.

Big Data, Technology and Human Rights (Full Rights Implications, Regulation and Remedies)

Submission to the WSIS+10 Review

The Zero Draft and Human Rights Issues

Submission to the WSIS+10 Review

The Draft Outcome Document and Human Rights Issues

Submission to OHCHR

Ways to Bridge the Gender Digital Divide from a Human Rights Perspective

Surveillance and Human Rights

Submission to the UK Home Affairs Committee

Policing for the Future: Changing Demands and New Challenges Inquiry

‘I’m glad that was on camera’ (2017)

A Case Study of Police Officers’ Perceptions of Cameras

(A Sandhu, published in Policing and Society)

Health and Human Rights

Please check back regularly for Work Stream Three publications and reports.

Advancing Human Rights and Humanitarian Responses

DatNav (2016)

How to navigate digital data for human rights research – The Engine Room, Benetech, Amnesty International

(S Dubberley – Writing Sprint Contributor)

Technical Memo (2016)

For Amnesty International Report on Deaths in Detention – The Human Rights Data Analysis Group

(M Price, A Gohdes and P Ball)

Tech Notes (2016)

Computing Multiple Systems Estimation in R – The Human Rights Data Analysis Group

(P Ball)

  • Apr212017

    Weekly News Circular – 21 April 2017

    Each week the Human Rights, Big Data and Technology Project prepares an overview of related news stories from the week. This summary…

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  • Apr142017

    Weekly News Circular – 14 April 2017

    Each week the Human Rights, Big Data and Technology Project prepares an overview of related news stories from the week. This summary…

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Apr21
Algorithmic Decision-Making and Human Rights
Algorithmic Decision-Making and Human Rights
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‘Man Vs. Machine’. ‘How algorithms rule the world’. ‘How algorithms rule our working lives’. ‘How Machines Learn to be Racist.’…

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Apr18
The Police’s Data Visibility – Part 2: The Limitations of Data Visibility for Predicting Police Misconduct
The Police’s Data Visibility – Part 2: The Limitations of Data Visibility for Predicting Police Misconduct
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Editor’s note: This is the second of a two-part blog post examining the potential impact of data visibility on law enforcement. In…

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Our Partners

University of Cambridge
Eye Witness Media
FXB Center for Health & Human Rights
Human Rights Data Analysis Group
Universal Rights Group
World Health Organisation
Geneva Academy
Our Publications