Highlights of our work for justice and human rights: annual report 2013
New Human Rights Center report on documenting atrocities: "Digital Fingerprints"
The report from the first Salzburg Workshop on Improving War Crimes investigations, "Digital Fingerprints: Using Electronic Evidence to Advance Prosecutions at the International Criminal Court," shares recommendations from the meeting of International Criminal Court representatives, human rights investigators, technology experts, and legal scholars in Salzburg last fall. Read the report.
Sexual Violence in Conflict: Bangura Visits Berkeley
Zainab Hawa Bangura, the United Nation’s Special Representative of the Secretary General on Sexual Violence in Conflict, spoke to UC Berkeley students and community members at Boalt Hall on February 18 in a dynamic interview-style conversation with Kim Thuy Seelinger, director of the Human Rights Center’s Sexual Violence Program. The event was sponsored by the Miller Institute for Global Challenges and the Law, the International Human Rights Law Clinic, the Human Rights Center, and the Boalt Hall Committee for Human Rights. Read more on the Human Rights Center Blog.
Providing systemic responses to atrocity crimes
Training the next generation of human rights investigators
Using DNA technology to advance human rights
Addressing sexual violence in conflict