Zooms helped CSHL and Panhasastra to Launch Free Online Directory of Human Rights Resources

Project Overview

The Center for the Study of Humanitarian Law (CSHL) and Panhasastra University of Cambodia (Panhasastra) partnered with Zooms to develop the Joint Human Rights E-Resources, a free online directory of human rights resources. The directory includes documents, reports, case studies, and other materials related to human rights in Cambodia.

Challenges

The CSHL and Panhasastra faced several challenges in developing the Joint Human Rights E-Resources. One challenge was the sheer volume of material that needed to be collected and organized. Another challenge was the need to ensure that the directory was accessible to a wide range of users, including those with limited internet access.

Solution

Zooms helped the CSHL and Panhasastra to overcome these challenges by providing a platform for collecting, organizing, and disseminating the human rights resources. Zooms also provided technical support to ensure that the directory was accessible to users with limited internet access.

Results

The Joint Human Rights E-Resources was launched in 2022 and has been well-received by users. The directory has been accessed by over 10,000 students in Cambodia. The directory has also been used by human rights lawyers and researchers to inform their work.

Conclusion

The Joint Human Rights E-Resources is a valuable resource for anyone interested in human rights in Cambodia. The directory is comprehensive, accessible, and up-to-date. Zooms played a key role in the development of the directory and helped to ensure that it is a valuable resource for the human rights community.

Impact

The Joint Human Rights E-Resources has had a significant impact on the human rights community in Cambodia. The directory has made it easier for people to access human rights resources, which has helped to raise awareness of human rights issues and promote human rights advocacy. The directory has also been used by human rights lawyers, activists, and researchers to inform their work.

Recommendations

The CSHL and Panhasastra plan to continue to develop the Joint Human Rights E-Resources. They plan to add new resources to the directory and make it even more accessible to users. They also plan to promote the directory to a wider audience.

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