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TRUE PhD Researchers Disseminate Their Research

On 18 and 19 March, TRUE principal investigator Yvonne McDermott Rees and TRUE PhD student Anne Hausknecht had the opportunity to attend the 3rd Doctoral Seminar at the Siracusa International Institute for Criminal Justice and Human Rights. Anne gave a presentation on universal jurisdiction in France and Germany, focusing on the role that user-generated evidence plays to boost the number of investigations and trials. There was great interest in the TRUE project among the participating PhD students and legal scholars, which led to very insightful discussions. 

TRUE PhD researchers Ruben Lamers James, Rebecca Jenkins, and Anne Hausknecht held a joint presentation at the Swansea University Law School’s Colloquium on 9 April. The colloquium provided law school PhD students with a forum to present their research to fellow PhD students and staff. Ruben, Becca, and Anne quizzed the audience on their ability to correctly detect deepfakes, outlined the next steps in their PhD research, and had the chance to discuss some elements of their research in a Q&A. There was particular interest in the multidisciplinary nature of the project, giving Ruben, Becca, and Anne the opportunity to reflect on the value of collaborative research.  



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