Sam Dubberley, manager of Amnesty International’s digital verification corps, is helping to train a network of student researchers. Photo: Edmond So Sam Dubberley, manager of Amnesty International’s digital verification corps, is helping to train a network of student researchers. Photo: Edmond So
Sam Dubberley, manager of Amnesty International’s digital verification corps, is helping to train a network of student researchers. Photo: Edmond So
City Weekend

Amnesty International launches new global network of researchers to deploy digital verification for human rights, with HKU students involved

  • Network of students uses digital tools to authenticate video footage and data to help bring human rights abusers to justice
  • Hong Kong chosen in part because of city’s reputation for human rights

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Sam Dubberley, manager of Amnesty International’s digital verification corps, is helping to train a network of student researchers. Photo: Edmond So Sam Dubberley, manager of Amnesty International’s digital verification corps, is helping to train a network of student researchers. Photo: Edmond So
Sam Dubberley, manager of Amnesty International’s digital verification corps, is helping to train a network of student researchers. Photo: Edmond So
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