Federica D’Alessandra was one of the speakers at the Eradicate Hate Global Summit 2022, which took place in Pittsburgh, PA on 27-29 September.
Federica, who is deputy director of the Oxford Institute for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict (ELAC) and founding executive director of the Oxford Programme on International Peace and Security at the Blavatnik School, spoke about the research project on Mass Atrocities in the Digital Age as part of a panel discussion and advocated for the need and possibilities to preserve and disclose to international justice authorities evidence of international crimes present on social media platforms.
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