Description

The Humanitarian and Human Rights Resource Center (HHRRC) of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS) with support from the National Institute of Justice’s Forensic Technology Center of Excellence provides needed resources and support to apply modern forensic science to global humanitarian and human rights projects. The assistance provided by the HHRRC in developing and evaluating technologies for humanitarian forensic applications promotes the global application of contemporary forensic science and forensic medicine principles. The webinar series highlights projects selected by the International Advisory Council of the HHRRC that further the application of forensic science to global humanitarian and human rights issues.

Collaborators and Funding

The HHRRC Webinar Series is brought to you by the Forensic Technology Center of Excellence and the American Academy of Forensic Sciences.

Funding for the Forensic Technology Center of Excellence has been provided by the National Institute of Justice.


Watch our Upcoming Webinars

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Watch our Archived Webinars

2019 Series

Building Forensic Capacity Post-Conflict: Lessons from Uganda Click here to learn more about this webinar and register.  

Stable Isotope Analysis in a Humanitarian Context Click here to learn more about this webinar and register.  

Isotopes Aiding Identification of Undocumented Border Crosser Human Remains Click here to learn more about this webinar and register.  

2018 Series

Building Forensic Capacity Post-Conflict: Lessons from Uganda Click here to learn more about this webinar and register.  

Stable Isotope Analysis in a Humanitarian Context Click here to learn more about this webinar and register.  

Isotopes Aiding Identification of Undocumented Border Crosser Human Remains Click here to learn more about this webinar and register.

2017 Series

A Review of Forensic Anthropology in Mexico click here to find out more and register

Stable Isotope Forensics & Unknown Persons click here to find out more and register

Analysis & Conservation of Remains in Cambodia click here to find out more and register

Nerve Agent Uptake and Detection in Human Bone click here to find out more and register

2017 Series Summary Report

The FTCoE in collaboration with HHRRC hosted a four-part webinar series on select AAFS HHRRC projects addressing forensic applications and recent advances of global humanitarian and human rights projects requiring HHRRC assistance. This in-brief report highlights the content of the webinar series and the reception of the series by the forensic science community.

Click here to read the full report