Nominate a website for the Human Rights Web Archive (Columbia University)

The Center for Human Rights Documentation & Research (CHRDR), part of Columbia University Libraries/Information Services, is pleased to announce the development of the Human Rights Web Archive. As part of Columbia’s larger initiative to collect free and at-risk web resources, the Human Rights Web Archive is dedicated to preserving web-based information of importance to the global community of human rights researchers, students, policymakers and advocates.

Nominate a site for the Human Rights Web Archive

We'd like to hear your suggestions for human rights-related websites to be considered for the archive. If you would like to nominate a website, please use our nomination form. If you would like nominate your own website, please use the website owner form instead. We welcome nominations for sites in all languages and countries.

Archived sites will be publicly available. Initially you can view sites by date of capture in our Archive-It Human Rights Web Archive collection. Additional means of viewing archived sites will be explored by program staff.

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If you would be interested in receiving periodic updates related to the Human Rights Web Archive please sign up for our dedicated mailing list by visiting

We welcome your suggestions and feedback. Please send any comments or inquiries to our team at:

Pamela Graham

Director, Center for Human Rights Documentation & Research

Tessa Fallon

Web Collection Curator

Alex Thurman

Web Collection Curator

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