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India’s Most Important Human Rights Defenders Incarcerated Without Trial
April 22 at 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EDT
US-based Forensic Firm Exposes Planting of Evidence
On February 10, Washington Post showed how renowned human rights defenders in India were incarcerated on the basis of forged files planted using malware. Hear experts on digital forensics and human rights speak about the landmark Bhima-Koregaon case, seen as the most significant test case for human rights and rule of law in India.
Speakers & Talks:
Mark Spencer, President, Arsenal Consulting – Digital Forensics Expert
Fr. Ted Penton. SJ., Secretary, Jesuit Conference: Office of Justice and Ecology – On incarceration of Fr. Stan Swamy, 83-year-old Jesuit priest and indigenous rights activist
Human Rights Expert, Frontline Defenders Protection Coordinator – Frontline Defenders is an international NGO focused on supporting human rights defenders at risk