Using CameraV for systematic violation documentation in post-conflict contexts
|Using CameraV for systematic violation documentation in post-conflict contexts|
|Presenter(s)||Vibooshini Balakrishnan, Iben Trino-Molenkamp, Brian Conley,|
|Organization(s)||Organization for Visual Progression, Small World News, Guardian Project|
|Country(ies)||Sri Lanka, United States|
|2017 theme||Training & Best Practices|
OVP, SWN, and the Guardian Project are closely working together to integrate new technologies into the ongoing effort of increasing the quality of systematic human rights violation documentation. The implementation of CameraV is a good start that will address many challenges related to authenticity and veracity of data. Curriculum for and the implementation of CameraV trainings are currently under way, which are based on proper threat modeling and local security contexts.
At the same time, many challenges based on human rights defenders and international data recipients' needs, persist and will require new technological solutions.
This sessions serves, first and foremost, to provide an overview on the OVP/SWN development activities and the challenges that have been encountered on the ground so far. It looks at the current curriculum in development and how the software is deployed in trainings and beyond.
|Target Groups||Journalists, Advocacy/Policy Professional, Academia, Front Line Activists, Lawyers, Donors|