First Responders: An International Workshop on Collecting and Analyzing Evidence of International Crimes

22 Pages Posted: 23 Aug 2018

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Andrea Lampros

University of California, Berkeley - Human Rights Program; University of California, Berkeley - School of Law

Alexa Koenig

University of California, Berkeley - Human Rights Program; University of California, Berkeley - School of Law

Julia Rayner

University of California, Berkeley - Human Rights Program; University of California, Berkeley - School of Law

Stephen Cody

Suffolk University Law School; University of California, Berkeley - School of Law

Date Written: September 30, 2014

Abstract

This report presents major points of discussion and recommendations from an international conference held in September 2014 in Salzburg, Austria. Workshop participants discussed how local and international NGOs, journalists, forensic scientists, health professionals, and other “first responders” to war crimes and human violations can most effectively work with courts — and the International Criminal Court (ICC) in particular — in the collection of evidence of serious war crimes, such as genocide and crimes against humanity.

Keywords: War Crimes, Crimes Against Humanity, Genocide, International Criminal Court, Human Rights

JEL Classification: K33

Suggested Citation

Lampros, Andrea and Koenig, Alexa and Rayner, Julia and Cody, Stephen, First Responders: An International Workshop on Collecting and Analyzing Evidence of International Crimes (September 30, 2014). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3230534 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3230534

Andrea Lampros

University of California, Berkeley - Human Rights Program ( email )

Berkeley, CA 94720-5800
United States

University of California, Berkeley - School of Law ( email )

Alexa Koenig

University of California, Berkeley - Human Rights Program

Berkeley, CA 94720-5800
United States

University of California, Berkeley - School of Law ( email )

215 Boalt Hall
Berkeley, CA 94720-7200
United States

Julia Rayner

University of California, Berkeley - Human Rights Program

Berkeley, CA 94720-5800
United States

University of California, Berkeley - School of Law

Stephen Cody (Contact Author)

Suffolk University Law School ( email )

120 Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02108-4977
United States

University of California, Berkeley - School of Law ( email )

Boalt Hall
Berkeley, CA
United States

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