Our Training Workshops
Our training workshops are typically a few days to a week long. We bring together human rights documentation practitioners with experts who have strong experience developing methods and working on various areas of documentation practice and its application in advocacy and accountability mechanisms. We aim to keep the workshops small in order to maximise learning and hands-on implementation of strategies and technologies.
We also offer workshop follow-up opportunities such as in-country site visits with consultant experts.
We welcome expressions of interest around training themes via the contact us page.
Upcoming Events: Check back later for 2020 training
After the 2019 training workshop, we coordinated a series of follow-up trainings for activists learning to employ satellite imagery analysis and geolocation in their human rights documentation work. Arthur Green, geospatial scientist with expertise in environmental...read more
In July 2019 Access Accountability ran a training workshop at the Inter-University Centre for Post-Graduate Studies (IUC) in Dubrovnik, Croatia in collaboration with the Geoffrey Nice Foundation and Justice for Iran. Looking at case studies from Cambodia, the former...read more
Our 2018 training workshop focussed on the issue of extra-judicial killings in the Philippines, under the Duterte government’s so-called “War on Drugs”. Practitioners from a variety of backgrounds, including the law, activism and journalism came together to learn...read more
Digital Security Workshop Access Accountability ran an interactive workshop at the 2018 Asia Gwangju Forum in Gwangju, South Korea. The session focused on the basics of digital security, covering potential digital adversaries, the importance of malware detection...read more
Following the international conference, a 2-day workshop for human rights practitioners was hosted at Korea University. Training was conducted in Korean and English.Download the Amassing Evidence workshop agenda (.pdf)Download the workshop proceedings (.pdf)read more
Our 2017 conference focused on various aspects of conducting human rights documentation work to gather evidence on mass atrocities. We brought together specialists in forensic investigations, international criminal law, digital security and data science to introduce...read more