Creation of a database to collection real time information and share it after validation by a group of administrators.
Allow users to view general info as well as to login and access information based on user rights.
Protect part of Website
Focuses on imminent deportations, registering these events and give a place and time and details where possible. The website would try and connect to a demographic of concerned people who are frequent travelers, NGO workers, academics and concerned citizens. This groups would be enabled to identify if they will be on a likely commercial deportation flight and what they can do to support someone being deported.
There should be a tie into drawing a community through social media as well as public information sessions on what people can do to prevent deportations.
Below is a mockup of what this part of the site could look like.
Divest and Boycott part of the website
The second part of the website would involve the registration of organizations that support the detention and deportations systems. The aim would be log companies globally if possible and there interests. This could be from small service providers to the multinationals. Data would generally be collected from already publically available sources. The data collected should be able to be able to link back and forth between data to connect companies and subsidiaries for example and linking board members CEOs etc.
The following is a mockup of this part of the site
There are a few platforms that could be used for the database (ushahidi for example). There are other open source platforms that could support probably most requirements.
Who would staff it?
The site would have the best likelihood of success if the site was a regional platform linking groups globally which would give the site multiple admins and language possibilities to support the continual update of data needed.
Who would use the data?
A wide variety of groups supporting open/no borders as well as a source for journalists and academics.
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