Volunteer with the Sentinel Project

February 2, 2018 |

As a small organization with limited resources, volunteers have always been critical to the Sentinel Project’s growth. Talented people donating their time, skills, and energy are helping us reach a brighter future. – Christopher Tuckwood, Executive Director of the Sentinel Project Volunteering can expand your horizons. Whether you’re interested in developing new skills or looking to…

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Burundi and the Eurosha Open Source Database Program

August 10, 2015 |

Article Contributed by Ines Zebdi   What is Eurosha ? Eurosha is a European project launched to develop the techniques of Open Source Database and collaborative cartography for humanitarian purposes, using in particular the Open Street Map and Sahana tools. Sahana is a free database listing hospitals, shelters, organisations and associations, and humanitarian projects. This…

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Registration now open: Introduction to Technology for Human Rights course (January 13 session)

January 2, 2014 |

Iranian pro-democracy demonstrators in 2009 used social media to organize and document their protests. Here, an opposition supporter films a protest on her mobile phone. (Source) Technology is changing the nature of human rights We’re excited to offer the next session of our newly improved course Introduction to Technology for Human Rights, which runs for…

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An exhibit highlighting the life and humanitarian work of a Swedish diplomat stands the test of time

January 24, 2013 |

A few weeks ago volunteers at the Sentinel Project were invited to attend the opening of the “To Me, There’s No Other Choice – Raoul Wallenberg 1912-2012” exhibit at the Toronto Reference Library. Highlighting the life and humanitarian work of Raoul Wallenberg, a dedicated Swedish diplomat, whose efforts in 1944 saved tens of thousands of Hungarian Jews…

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