Crisis Tracker: A Geospatial Database of LRA Atrocities
The Human Rights Center UC Berkeley - Stephens Hall
The prevention and early response to serious crimes and gross violations of human rights requires early warning. Technological progresses in satellite imagery and mobile data collection, among others, have made the process of collecting and analyzing large amount of data from multiple sources a new reality. This panel will explore lessons learned that have emerged in detecting and preventing human rights violations.
Nate Haken (Fund for Peace)
Wilfred Gray-Johnson (Liberia Peacebuilding Office)
Scott Edwards (Amnesty International/American University)
Michael Poffenberger (RESOLVE)
Philip Kollie (West Africa Network for Peacebuilding WANEP-Liberia)