Training Sessions by International Justice Resource Center (IJRC) explore topics including the UN Human Rights Mechanisms and Documenting Human Rights Abuses. IJRC also has a series of publications including the guide Researching International Human Rights Law.
This course allows you to develop a better idea of the kinds of human rights information that can support your research and advocacy efforts. You will also learn where to find a wide range of human rights documents.
Beyond Reasonable Doubt: Using Scientific Evidence to Advance Prosecutions at the International Criminal Court
This paper highlights the discussions, conclusions, and recommendations from an historic workshop on evidence collection and legal accountability.
This paper summarizes major points of a discussion which sought to promote an open exchange of ideas and expertise on strategies to improve the capacity of investigators and prosecutors to gather and analyze digital evidence relevant to serious international crimes.
International Justice Monitor provides accessible monitoring reports on select trials of those accused of atrocity crimes, focusing on prosecutions at the International Criminal Court (ICC), national courts, and hybrid tribunals.
This report provides the first comprehensive assessment of how geospatial technologies have been used in international human rights litigation, including a compilation of key cases in which satellite imagery and remote sensing have been presented as evidence.
Topics include international law for human rights defenders, genocide, crimes against humanity, and war crimes.
Transitional Justice Clinic introduces a list of academic journals on International Criminal Courts and the international criminal justice system.
The Institute for International Criminal Investigations (IICI) is an independent, not-for-profit, non-governmental organisation providing criminal justice and human rights professionals with the training and knowledge necessary to investigate war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide and the most serious human rights violations.