I received in my in-box news about a new online resource for human rights activists called Human Rights Tools created by Daniel D’Esposito , formerly of the International Committee of the Red Cross. The site is basically a set of links and RSS feeds to information useful to human rights professionals in an easy-to-navigate format.
Human Rights Tools contains, for example, links to specific country profiles, tips on documenting human rights abuses, tech solutions for activists, and job vacancies. The site certainly is a good start for somebody just entering the field, or in a related field like humanitarian aid.
Visually, everything is laid out very clearly with a simple four-color palette and almost no graphics. This was intentional to support activists in low-bandwidth environments. My only suggestion would be that they need to provide links to information in languages besides English, por que todos las personas tienen derechos humanos. Otherwise, I think Daniel and his team have done a bang up job.