The Geospatial Technologies and Human Rights Project of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) studies applications of geospatial technologies to human rights. The project also determines how such technologies can be used by courts, commissions, and human rights organizations. The project conducts case studies on applications of geospatial technologies to human rights conflicts around the world. One example is the Sheberghan, Afghanistan case study, in which the AAAS found evidence of mass graves with satellite imagery. All of the AAAS case studies can be found here. Using the Google Maps Engine, I constructed an interactive map documenting all of the case studies. I have marked the locations of the case studies, wrote short descriptions about them, and attached satellite pictures the AAAS used during the studies. For each marker I also included a link to the case study’s report on the AAAS website. Where possible, I put the marker on the exact location the attached satellite image depicts. For example, for the Sheberghan, Afghanistan case study, I placed the marker at the coordinates of the supposed mass graves. I welcome users to document known human rights conflict locations with supporting evidence on the map as I have. If you would like to do so, please send me an email with information regarding the human rights abuse you would like to document at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include supporting evidence and if possible, coordinates for the marker. Once I have the information I will update the map as soon as possible.