The Human Rights Centre at the University of Sarajevo used their resources efficiently to more effectively advance human rights work. They built a strong information system and created a central role for an information specialist or librarian. The utilization of this information system and specialist allowed other staff to better, and more productively, focus on their core programmatic missions.
Although the Human Rights Centre is now a fairly large and relatively well-funded organization, the tactic explained in this case study presents ideas in a way that nearly any group doing human rights work could apply.
Year of Publication: 2003
Author(s): Sasa Madacki
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