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During this session 6 students will present findings from their research on the use of open source information as evidence in international criminal law. The students conducted this research as part of the ‘International Criminal Justice Practicum’ course, which was supervised by Jill Coster van Voorhout and Zeno Geradts.

Event details of Open source investigations in International Criminal Justice
Date 16 June 2020
Time 15:00 -16:00
Organised by Jill Coster van Voorhout , Zeno Geradts
Photo by Markus Spiske via unsplash.com

The students' research was based on the question:

'How should international criminal courts and tribunals deal with evidence obtained through open source investigations practice and the state-of-the-art of forensic minimum standards applied?'

Programme

  1. How do international criminal courts and tribunals currently deal with open Source investigations in terms of rules of admissibility and attaching probative value to such pieces of evidence? By Mari Sewell and Emina Malovčić
  2. How do domestic courts currently deal with open source investigations in terms of rules of admissibility and attaching probative value to such pieces of Evidence? By Elisabeth Silda and Yifan Liu
  3. How is of open source investigations currently abiding by forensic minimum standards? By Weichen Tang and Trinethra Veeraraghavan