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European Asylum Law Database

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This legal database project was made possible by a European Union grant to the Irish Refugee Council.

The idea was to create a central searchable archive of immigration case law summaries from 11 EU member  states which would allow for useful comparisons of cases across the countries according to a set of priority issues and provisions.

Conciliation Resources

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CR has been growing its archive of peace building resources - articles, briefings and its own journal series, Accord, for nearly 20 years. And although their old website  was able to contain most of the content, managing it and finding it was becoming increasingly unwieldy.

Privacy International

Privacy International Home Page

The last PI website rebuild was back in 2004 when we devised what felt like quite an innovative way of cross referencing content. But as is the way with our line of work, what seemed cool and groovy in 2004 had become pretty clunky and out-moded by 2010 (or probably even sooner for web fashionistas). And so the challenge 6 years on, was to refit the ship without losing any of its precious cargo and at the same time get that cargo out of the hold so that people could find it, read it and start taking action on it. And to do all that on very limited resources - of course.

Women Reclaiming and Redefining Culture

WRRC home page

This was a project to create an archive space which would allow 3 years of  research by WLUML and the IWE to endure beyond the lifetime of the project. The site took its design cue from WLUML, with distinct touches that give it both its own identity and a clear sense of relatedness with its mother site.

We used a nifty SWF (Flash) tool to cleverly embed the wealth of Images, PDF, video and audio material inline in the site's web pages, bringing all content to the surface of the site. And as you'd expect with Apache Solr technology, it's a breeze to find the documents you're looking for, and plenty more that you wish you'd known about before.

Electronic Immigration Network

EIN Home Page

Our last announcement of a new site for the EIN in 2002 marked the beginning of a completely new approach to web development at GreenNet. The research and development that went into the EIN's case-building 'bundlemaker' software, advanced searching tools, membership management systems and secure access had application for dozens of subsequent projects. Nearly 10 years later we've come full circle and used the learning from all those projects to completely rebuild the EIN.

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