CICJ Education: Digital Evidence and Online Investigations

By Isabella Regan* Digital evidence and online, open-source investigations increasingly play a role within international criminal investigations, involving both public and private actors in collecting, analyzing and storing digital information. This shift is leading to practical, ethical, and judicial implications in the (near future), which must be critically, academically assessed.  In response to the societal…

Eleven students start CICJ Research Lab internship

Eleven students from the master programme on International Crimes, Conflict and Criminology will participate in CICJ Research Lab to assist in academic research that is carried out at CICJ. They are Jacqueline Beveridge, Tara Ditzel, Jessica Jeansipen, Roxane Kulenkamp, Madison March, Nikolaos Moaritis, Eva Nott√©, Akdana Shakenova, Megan van Straten, Gaia Rietveld and Lisanne van der Weijde. These students will…

No plans for the summer? How about our summer school?

The sixth edition of the CICJ summer school on International Criminal Justice will take place from 8 to 19 July 2019. The Summer School on International Criminal Justice aims to create a better understanding of the complex nature of international crimes, its perpetrators and the reaction by the international community. By taking an interdisciplinary approach, you examine the juridical and empirical…

Master students start working on CICJ Research Lab projects

This year, CICJ has recruited eight students from the master programme¬†on International Crimes and Criminology to assist in academic research that is carried out at the Center in the context of the CICJ Research Lab. They are Eszter Boldis, Marieke Bremmers, Laura Jiminez, Andrew Kennedy, Xiao Mao, Zoi Pisourika, Rebecca Pol and Indigo Uriz Martinez.…