It has been a whirlwind week. It is time to take stock and see what people have been saying about RightsInfo.
After a never less than exhilarating countdown, which nobody found tiresome
— RightsInfo (@rights_info) April 9, 2015
— RightsInfo (@rights_info) April 15, 2015
And everyone enjoyed
— Adam Wagner (@AdamWagner1) April 20, 2015
Luckily Adam’s head did not explode. But the human rights scene did.
— Ben Walker (@benwuk) April 21, 2015
Just getting started at #RightsInfoLaunch Fantastic turn out!
— Hugh Cumber (@hbcumber) April 21, 2015
— CAB Equality (@CAB_Equality) April 22, 2015
— Avril Horn (@Stitchinscience) April 22, 2015
Great cause, brilliant data visualisation in a simple and eye-catching way https://t.co/7OWoVFxFrV
— Sparks (@sparks_studio) April 22, 2015
— Liberty (@libertyhq) April 22, 2015
It was generally agreed by everyone that it’s pretty much the best website ever
— Maros Terkanic (@terkanic) April 22, 2015
— Asylum Aid (@AsylumAid) April 27, 2015
The legal twitterati were out in force – thanks everyone!
— Mark Elliott (@ProfMarkElliott) April 24, 2015
— Jack of Kent (@JackofKent) April 24, 2015
— Lucy Reed (@Familoo) April 25, 2015
— Carl Gardner (@carlgardner) April 22, 2015
— lawbore (@lawbore) April 22, 2015
— Keep Calm Talk Law (@KeepCalmTalkLaw) April 27, 2015
We really like this one
— Oxford Human Rights (@OxHRH) April 25, 2015
The myth-busting section was particularly popular, probably because it features fried chicken and porn
— Joshua Rozenberg (@JoshuaRozenberg) April 21, 2015
— Eleanor Paton (@eleanorpea) April 21, 2015
following a "murdering immigrants can stay here because of their human rights jibe" by someone i've just signposted to @rights_info
— Rachel Fearless Nye (@RachelNye) April 22, 2015
Yes that WAS Joshua Rozenberg tweeting us. No Big Deal. Oh, and here’s the Shadow Justice Secretary and a Harvard professor.
— Sadiq Khan MP (@SadiqKhan) April 22, 2015
— Samuel Moyn (@Peiresc) April 21, 2015
We even got a great write up in leading design magazine Creative Review
— Creative Review (@CreativeReview) April 22, 2015
“… provides a much more engaging and shareable alternative to existing official resources”
Oh, and The Times.
Are human rights slipping down the political agenda? http://t.co/1r0Se2bQPd
— Times Law (@TimesLaw) April 22, 2015
Haters gonna hate…
— RightsInfo (@rights_info) April 24, 2015
…but it’s cool because if founder and director Adam ever gets bored of human rights he has a fall-back position
You probably need a picture to get it
But seriously, our launch was AMAZING and THANK YOU to everyone who came and is sharing and engaging with us on Twitter, it has made us very happy
— Adam Wagner (@AdamWagner1) April 21, 2015
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