[[Image:14920-2.JPG|right|frame|Excavator at work at the mass grave near the al-Mahawil military base in Iraq (David I. Gross)]] There are three possible funding sources: grants, organizations, and a publisher. I think we should go for all possibilities. The ICRC could supply funding, legal research and consulting. They could also submit articles. … Continue reading
Based on a conversation with John Ralston: Adapting one's interviewing style for evidence collection. I think the idea is to help elicit specific answers of use for evidence collection, and to help a lay person ask questions useful for evidence. There is a section on interviewing in the Dermott's Human … Continue reading
Welcome to ''The Evidence of War'' ''The Evidence of War'' is the collaborative development wiki system for the creation of the guide to understanding scenes of war and disaster. The book is conceived as a practical companion to ''Crimes of War.'' ''The Evidence of War'' will be a book, a … Continue reading
Shooting Script What are the different groups involved in conflict? (internationally recognized government, unofficial state, military, ideological, religious, commercial, needs-driven, international, humanitarian, journalists, anthropologists, etc.) What are they struggling over? Where are they collaborating? What is the purpose of battle in this war? (to kill soldiers, to frighten and control … Continue reading
Scripts Shooting Script * ??? Interviewing Script * ??? Possible Contributers Anneke Osse Article (see ''Understanding Police,'' by Anneke Osse)
'''SHOULD THIS PAGE BE PRIVATE, OR NOT HERE AT ALL?''' We need to figure out the budget for the book, excluding printing. I think we need to talk with others, such as [[Crimes of War]] who have created a similar book. Editing Legal editor(s): $3000 Copy editor(s): Photo editor: $2000 … Continue reading
The following people have agreed to contribute to this project and to allow their names to be used in any proposals: * Jon Lee Anderson [Haiti, crowds, poverty], ''Writer/Photographer'' * Edward Dean [military and private security/pmc] * Victoria Fontan [terrorism, sex slavery], ''Assistant Professor of Peace and Conflict Studies, United … Continue reading
Abstract Summary Schedule List of Articles See the [[Table of Contents]] page. Contributers See the [[contributers]] page. Budget See the [[budget]] page.
The Crimes of War project is a model for this project. Their site is [http://www.crimesofwar.org http://www.crimesofwar.org].