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Digital Witness is the first ever textbook on using open source information to investigate alleged human rights violations. Edited by Dr Daragh Murray, from our Human Rights Centre, Sam Dubberley (Amnesty International) and Professor Alexa Koenig (UC Berkeley) it features contributors from Bellingcat, Syrian Archive, Human Rights Watch, Witness and the New York Times.
Essex Digital Verification Unit’s role as a founding partner in Amnesty’s Digital Verification Corps was recognised with a Times Higher Education Award in 2019 for International Collaboration of the Year. For more information, go to: essex.ac.uk/research-projects/digital-verification-unit
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