The Sunday Leader recently reported on a new, unique initiative by the Consortium of Humanitarian Agencies (CHA) in Sri Lanka to gather information on human rights violations. Called Citizens Net, the news report notes that it is open to logging "issues regarding gender-based violence, the rights of children, the elderly and the disabled." However, there … Continue reading Citizens Net: Crowd-sourcing human rights violations?
Firstly, check out Patrick Meier's blog, iRevolution. It's rare that I unhesitatingly recommend a blog for its gripping content and this is one. Patrick's extremely prolific and this is not the only place he blogs which makes it hard to keep up with his writing, but his significant experience and lateral thinking are evident in any … Continue reading Human Rights 2.0?