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Technology for truth: Ensuring it’s not just more sound and fury

In this post from the International Justice Monitor, Kelly Matheson discusses how activists can be trained to better use technology as a tool for accountability.

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When data doesn’t tell the whole story

In this post from the International Justice Monitor‘s technology for truth series, Human Rights Data Analysis Group Research Director Megan Price focuses on the use of emerging technology for evidence-gathering.

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Satellite imagery as evidence for international crimes

In this guest post from the International Justice Monitor’s technology for truth series, Dr. Patrick Kroker considers how the ICC might make use of satellite photos as evidence.

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Technology for truth: the next generation of evidence

New technologies are changing the way international courts like the ICC collect evidence and could provide the public with meaningful ways to contribute to justice processes, writes Alison Cole in this post that originally appeared on the International Justice Monitor.

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