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Established in 2011, the VDC is responsible for independent documentation of all kinds of human rights violations in Syria. The VDC is a reference for legal and media practitioners because of its robust methodology and adherence to international legal standards regardless of the perpetrator.
VDC is registered as a nonprofit association in Switzerland.
Vittorio Klostermann is an academic publisher of electronic and print books and serials and online bibliographic databases, in the fields of philosophy, literature, linguistics, law, science, and librarianship. Verlag Vottorio Klostermann GmbH is based in Frankfurt am Main, Germany.
voxgov harvests and organizes online government-produced publicity and media content, enabling access and searching by topics, sources, issues, trends and names of persons of interest. voxgov aggregation of information involves real-time harvesting and annotating of public policy-related materials that apear on media and government web sites, to produce value-added resources for policy research.
See voxgov CEO and founder Robert M. Dessau's presentation on voxgov at CRL's April 2014 Leviathan Forum.
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