This document is designed for human rights and humanitarian actors to provide essential information regarding the possibilities of using remote sensing technology to predict border conflicts. The handbook will provide understanding of the capabilities of the technology in documenting border conflicts and provides details concerning the amount of resources this analysis requires, in terms of time, staff expertise, software, and data costs. This work formed part of a project on studying border conflict made possible by a grant from the United States Institute of Peace.
October 25, 2016
General documentation purposes
General human rights violation
Guide or Worksheet (PDF or Other Document Format)
Security for information/data
Event monitoring and recording - Geospatial imagery