A Bellingcat initiative explores the admissibility and weight of open source evidence in the prosecution of war crimes.
One year after its de-occupation, investigators continue to record thousands of war crime cases amid continuous shelling.
NGO has identified over 200 alleged criminals since 2014 as part of efforts to monitor, document and investigate IHL violations.
Ukraine’s strategy aims to establish an effective prosecution system, build capacity and enhance international collaboration – while also prioritising victim support.
Former investigator highlights key lessons that can be garnered from the 17 years of the tribunal’s existence.
Journalists need extensive training and support to properly cover war crimes trials and ensure society's right to the truth.
Pre-trial investigations are currently ongoing into some 250 war crimes proceedings.
Russian human rights activist describes efforts to document the torture and sexual abuse of captured Ukrainians.
Despite lack of active hostilities, Ukraine continues to seek judgements in international courts over alleged offences.
Prosecutors from different countries will be able to exchange evidence and agree joint strategy.