VOZ allows campaigners, activists and social movements to quickly and easily post live reports of human rights and environmental abuses occurring in their local area. Creating a database of geographically located reports, helping to share experience and knowledge, and providing up to the minute, locally produced information for national and international NGOs.
VOZ provides a platform that enhances local community cohesion, as well as allowing SMOs to reach a global audience and build international connections to share good practice.
VOZ offers powerful proprietary 4096 bit encryption combined with secure ISO27001 and ISO9001 certified network infrastructure. And because we are truly independent we can guarantee your data is safe.
Our servers and data centre are certified Truly Green and are powered by 100% renewable and green geothermal energy sources based in Iceland.
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VOZ is free and easily allows us to articulate the work of local social movements dealing with both human rights and environmental issues. VOZ is useful to help visualize what happens in our territories and share this with the world.
VOZ gives us the power to disseminate information and connect together environmental and social organizations to take action at any time against large-scale mining and other events.
It's great to have a reporting tool that integrates photos, text, and videos. Locating the reports on maps really helps to contextualise the problems.
- Journalist Jen Wilton, who has previously had work featured in publications including The Guardian, New Internationalist, Truth Out, Yes! Magazine and The Ecologist has just published a new article about Voz via the crowd funded journalist page Contributoria. Jen’s article draws upon the history of …Read More »
- The popular SSL testing tool over at SSL Labs has awarded 1voz.org an A+ rating for our HTTPS configuration. See our result. The test verifies that we are using strong, modern cryptography to encrypt all web traffic to and from our primary server in Iceland. …Read More »
- Some of you may have noticed that the “share on Facebook” icon no longer appears when you open a report on 1voz.org and we wanted to take a moment to explain why that is. Having the ability to share quickly to Facebook has some great …Read More »