The Data Repository and Management (DRM) team is established by Global Society of Tigray Scholars and Professionals (GSTS), a 501(C), and 33/2011 registered non-partisan, not-for-profit and autonomous global knowledge network of over 3,000 Tigray scholars and professionals, in response to the #TigrayGenocide. Our main goal is to document atrocities in a safe, secured and presentable way. The website displays wide-range information from a data repository, which serves as an authentic one-stop source of information on all the atrocities (killings, arbitrary detentions and arrests, rape and sexual violence, lootings and destruction of properties and infrastructures etc.) committed by the combined forces of Eritrean and Ethiopian governments and Amhara special forces and militia and other allies on Tigray during the #TigrayGenocide. Data is carefully vetted for authenticity and accuracy before it is added to the repository. The repository serves as a reliable invaluable source of data library and provides data both for GSTS internal teams and for international Medias, humanitarian organizations and other relevant entities. The platform is run by renowned IT professionals, with the support of legal and other relevant experts.
Documenting, recounting and providing all verified atrocities and crimes committed in Tigray and on Tigrayans since November 4, 2020 in different times in a secured and safe platform. Utilize documented data for legal, historical documentation, compensation and as baseline information for Tigray postwar reconstruction and development and other purposes
Our vision is to document and provide all verified crimes that are commited in Tigray and on Tegaru in different times in a secured and safe way.
The works of DRM is guided by core principles and values including: