Journalists, researchers, and lawyers are all using digital tools to investigate potential war crimes and violations of international humanitarian law. While each has distinct goals, methodologies, and ethical frameworks, they also complement each other's work.
This conversation will address the impetus to operate across fields, the tensions that arise when doing so, and how we can work together to strengthen justice and accountability. Featured are Dr. K.Alexa Koenig,Human Rights Center;Human Rights Investigations Lab; Berkeley Law;Sam Dubberley,Digital Investigations Lab, Human Rights Watch;Carmen CheungKa-Man,Center for Justice and Accountability, andBrad Samuels,SITU Research. RSVP at tinyurl.com/mrxksywr. Lunch will be served (RSVP by Sept 19 to ensure lunch availability). For accommodations for people with disabilities, please contact (510) 642 0965 in advance and we'll try to accommodate.
Location295 Law Building - Warren Room, 2745 Bancroft Way, Berkeley, 94720, United States
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