Global Investigative Journalism Conference 2015
Download: GIJC2015-Programme Snapshot
Topics at a Glance – Go GIJC2015
Internet Research & CAQDAS in Serious Crime Analysis
The amount of electronically available qualitative data (text, image, audio, video) to be processed in the cycle of analysis is overwhelming in complex international crime cases and will be growing in the future due to ICT developments and expanding Internet resources. IJA-Forum is in dialogue with key actors in the field of international crime analysis to identify the need for continuous learning of state of the art qualitative research methods.
Oslo Massacre – Analytical Dimensions
Shock, disgust and despair as the immediate inevitable reactions after the mass killing and bomb attack in Norway, and also preliminary attempts to ‘explain’ must be followed by an in-depth analysis of the history and context of the emergence and finally commission of such an act, to hopefully, produce lessons to be learned in terms of possible prevention.
Monitoring and auditing of law enforcement and judicial activities
Europeanisation of law enforcement and judiciary in European countries and the implementation of international standards in the fight against crimes of international concern require professional evaluation.
Judicial Data Analysis
The analysis of large amounts of electronic data (evidentiary or legal) becomes more and more a challenge in European and international justice and legislation. IJA-Forum maintains a roster of analysts qualified in using Computer Aided Qualitative Data Analysis Software (CAQDAS) for the analysis of large amounts of textual, graphic and audio-video data. Using the Judicial Data Analysis services will safe time while at the same time the quality of analysis will increase.
Compliance Analysis, Training Programme – Cooperation with Berlin Law Firm
Lawyer Ulrich Dost and IJA-Forum agreed on cooperation in compliance analysis projects and to prepare a training programme.
Consulting with filmmaker Jürgen Ast (AstFilm Productions)
IJAF offers analytical services in support of a documentary telling the story of the Berlin Wall.
Comparative sentencing analysis
IJAF offers specific sentencing analyses which compares new cases with existing sentencing patterns in international criminal justice.
Crime theory consistency analysis
IJAF analyses indictments or judgements in regard to the consistency of the presented crime theory and the sufficiency of underlying evidence.
Knowledge Management in complex criminal cases
IJAF designs information management and analytical frameworks for complex cases, gives advice for analytical techniques and efficient analysis of large amounts of qualitative or quantitative data.