Our recent needs assessment offers an insightful glimpse into the realities, challenges, and opportunities that Ukrainian human rights defenders are facing in their efforts to document and expose war crimes.
OpenArchive’s team of archival activists is supporting human rights defenders in Ukraine to preserve evidence of Russian war crimes and other human rights atrocities.
How we build our organizational infrastructure for action
After a military coup in early 2021, civilians against the junta are capturing, archiving, and maintaining a movement.
A federal privacy bill may give Americans more control over their data but does not go far enough and would weaken existing state protections.
OpenArchive receives Grant from FFDW to Help Secure, Share, and Store Critical Human Rights DataInformation on the Decentralized Web
Learn about what the benefits of drawbacks of preserving your media in the cloud
Founder, Natalie Cadranel, discusses how "Save" protects citizen eye-witnesses from online threats with Chris Delatorre
OpenArchive launches new app Save to help journalists and human rights advocates protect and preserve highly sensitive digital media.
The web we want
The OpenArchive team is proud to announce the launch of Save, our new mobile application that integrates privacy-enhancing technologies with digital media preservation to make media findable, verifiable, and archived for long-term access.