New Publication: Digital Human Rights Tools
The Geneva Human Rights Platform published The New Working Papers on the emergence of Digital Human Rights Tracking Tools and Databases aiming to provide all the resources that can be used by the international community to collect data and digital tracks on human rights. The publication contains analyses and guides of 15 different tools created by various stakeholders, including tools dedicated to provide information on the Universal Periodic Review (UPR), such as UPR Info’s database that lists all the recommendations made during the three cycles of the UPR.
The digital space is nowadays considered one of the main instruments to find out information and improve knowledge on main issues regarding the human right situations all around the world. Thus, the publication represents an opportunity to learn more about digital tools to have specific resources for the realization of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the agenda 2030.