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Lecture ‘Digital Forensics in Uncovering International Crimes’ by Anastasiia Liulina
Monday 29 January, 20:00 - 22:00
Digital forensics plays a pivotal role in human rights investigations, serving as a powerful tool to uncover and document international crimes. In the digital age, where technology has become intertwined with every aspect of our lives, analysing digital evidence has become crucial to scrutinising and prosecuting human rights violations.
As human rights organisations and international tribunals increasingly rely on technology to expose atrocities, the role of digital forensics becomes indispensable in the pursuit of justice and accountability for those who have suffered grave violations. This lecture will show the intersection of technology and human rights and illustrate how investigative methodologies have evolved, ensuring that no stone remains unturned in the search for truth and justice.
Anastasiia Liulina is a PhD candidate at the Faculty of Law at the University of Groningen. She graduated from the University of Groningen with a Public International Law LLM in 2023 and started her job as a PhD at the International Crimes and International Criminal Law Research Group at the Transboundary Legal Studies department of the Faculty of Law. Currently, she is also undergoing an internship at the INGO ‘International Partnership for Human Rights’ as a member of the OSINT team investigating war crimes committed in Ukraine.