Monitoring Human Rights From Space: NPR Interview with Satellite Sentinel Project
Jonathan Houston, On the Media, NPR, September 30, 2011
There are parts of Sudan too dangerous and too remote for journalists to get to—meaning they can’t cover some of the human rights abuses that have plagued the country. The Satellite Sentinel Project uses, you guessed it, satellites to shed light on what’s happening on the ground in Sudan.
To listen to the NPR interview click here.
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- Satellite project: Images show more mass graves in Sudan (cnn.com)