Nuremberg at 75: Launching the Berkeley Protocol on Digital Open Source Investigations

Upcoming Event: Nuremberg at 75: Launching the Berkeley Protocol on Digital Open Source Investigations and the Future of Visual Evidence in International Accountability

We warmly invite you to our upcoming Event on 1st of December 2020 at 17:00 pm CET, 8:00 am PST, 11 am EST, 16:00 pm GMT


Photo Credit: National Archives and Records Administration, College Park, Maryland.

The celebration will be held virtually with an introduction to the event from Courtroom 600, the site of the Nuremberg Trials in the city’s Palace of Justice. Register in advance for the Zoom link here. 

This event commemorates the first use of film as evidence in an international trial and discusses the future of digital evidence to foster accountability for violations of international criminal, humanitarian, and human rights law.

The event will feature a welcome from the Mayor of Nuremberg, Marcus König, and a statement from the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet. We will hear from scholars and advocates at the intersection of human rights, technology, and legal accountability.

Find the full program here.


“On November 29, 1945, only a week into the trial, the . . . prosecution introduced an hour-long film titled “The Nazi Concentration Camps.” When the lights came up in the Palace of Justice all assembled sat in silence. The human impact of this visual evidence was a turning point in the Nuremberg trial. It brought the Holocaust into the courtroom.”  United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

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