Innovation and Human Rights is a member of the Coalición Pro Acceso, Along with around twenty other organisations, we have petitioned the Spanish government to guarantee the right of access to information, following the suspension of administrative procedures under the State of Alarm declared on 14 March in response to the coronavirus crisis. The Coalición … Continue reading The Coalición ProAcceso asks to guarantee the right of access to information
Dear Prime Minister – at least we finally have one, The road from here to where we want to be is tortuous and difficult, both for civil society and for the government. This year Innovation and Human Rights, a not-for-profit NGO, has grown and extended its work: our centralised online database of victims of the … Continue reading Letter to the Prime Minister of Spain
Today, the entire team of Innovation and Human Rights are celebrating the third anniversary of the foundation of our non-profit making association. We are also celebrating the continuing growth of our online centralised database of victims of the Civil War and the Franco Regime, which currently includes over 700,000 case-files supported by reference to archives … Continue reading Three Years Calling for the Right to Access to Information
At the end of November 2017 Innovation and Human Rights held the official presentation of its centralised database of victims of the Spanish Civil War and the Franco Dictatorship in the Barcelona Centre of Contemporary Culture (Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona – CCCB). During that event, entitled Defending the Right to Know: Data Journalism … Continue reading Promise Kept: 654,000 case-files included in the Database!
On 6 October 2017 Innovación y Derechos Humanos submitted a request to the Department of Foreign Affairs, Institutional Relations & Transparency (Departament d’Afers i Relacions Institucionals i Exteriors i Transparència – DRAEIT) asking for a copy of the Catalan Government’s census of people forcibly disappeared during the Spanish Civil War in order to include them … Continue reading Access to the names of victims of enforced disappearance denied
This week the National Archives of Catalonia have published a list of 69.769 files of people who were victims of repression during the Civil War and during the Franco Regime in a reusable format #opendata. This followed the release of a pdf version, (ie not reusable) a few days earlier, as a result of the publication … Continue reading Victims of Francoism in Catalonia, finally available on #opendata