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].
Scripts Shooting Script * (to come) Interviewing Script * (to come) Possible Contributers Victoria Fontan Article (to come)
KERNEL OF AN IDEA FOR AN ARTICLE: ”Idiot’s Guide to Evidence Triage” What is the minimum one can do to record a scene? If you are a journalist, a soldier, or a humanitarian worker, it is not your job to investigate potential criminal sites in war and post-conflict. However, there … Continue reading
This page contains the proposed table of contents. To begin with, it is much larger than is feasible or reasonable. Let is begin by making it too big; then, we'll make it smaller. Note also that we should also include interviews where we can from people with experience in various … Continue reading
THE MASS GRAVE NEAR AL-MAHAWIL MILITARY BASE Iraq, May 15, 2003 In 1991, farmers working near the al-Mahawil military base surreptitiously watched the murder and burial of thousands of men, women, and children in a dusty plot of land nearby. For years they said nothing, but with the fall of … Continue reading
Forensic victim identification is an entire theme, not a scene. Scripts Shooting Script * Expert staff * Local staff * Resources (technical, human, protection, etc.) * Locations * Sites Interviewing Script * Security situation * Progress * Techniques used * Purpose of the project * Duration of the project * … Continue reading
To the Public (need text) To Photographers This booklet is meant to be a guide to a photographer. It is a collection of generalized shooting scripts, or lists of topics, grouped by subject. There are also a few tidbits of information about things commonly encountered in war zones and in … Continue reading
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. MSF could contribute articles and funding. The support of the Crimes of War Foundation might aid finding … 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