The “ethnic cleansing” of Myanmar’s Rohingya Muslims, explained (Vox)



Are India’s Assam Muslim workers building their own prisons? (DW News)



What to know about genocide in Xinjiang (Council on Foreign Relations)



China’s secret internment camps (Vox)



China’s vanishing Muslims: undercover in the most dystopian place in the world (Vice News)



Surviving China’s Uyghur Camps (France 24)



Inside China’s ‘Thought Transformation’ Camps (BBC News)



Uyghur Woman describes torture in Xinjiang’s ‘vocational training’ camps (South China Morning Post)



Forced sterilizations and life inside China’s Uighur Muslim internment camps (The Guardian)



Thailand's human trafficking trade - BBC News



CNN finds stranded Uyghur children in China, CNN, 2021



Claims of rape and torture of Uighur women in China provoke global condemnation, BBC News



Uighur exile in Turkey describes cruelty of Chinese camp, DW News



How China is crushing the Uyghurs, The Economist



What’s happening with China’s Uighurs? | Start Here, Al Jazeera English



Inside the Rohingya Crisis: Capturing Their Genocide on Cellphones | NYT - Opinion, The New York Times



Myanmar’s Rohingya Genocide, VICE News



Why more than a million Uighurs are being held in camps in China, Guardian News



Uighurs: Nowhere To Call Home | 101 East, Al Jazeera English



What’s happening in Myanmar?| Start Here, Al Jazeera English



Dr Sasa: Army leaders 'underestimate' the people of Myanmar | Talk to Al Jazeera, Al Jazeera English



Myanmar: The Hidden Genocide | Al Jazeera Investigations, Al Jazeera English



Uyghurs Who Fled China Now Face Repression in Pakistan. VICE News.

America

How the US stole thousands of Native American children (Vox)



Maafa21 - Black Genocide in 21st century America



Brazil’s indigenous land is being invaded (Vox)



How the US poisoned Navajo Nation



How Florida legally terrorized gay students



Canada’s Dark Secret – Indigenous children 



I was taken from my home and raised as a „nice Jewish girl”, but I’m Indigenous



Indigenous Women Keep Going Missing in Montana



A Conversation With Native Americans on Race

Situation in Palestine: Statement of the ICC Prosecutor, Fatou Bensouda (International Criminal Court)



Yazidi girls: prisoners of ISIS, The Atlantic



Yazidi survivor: “I was raped every day for six months”, BBC News



Hope and justice for women who've survived ISIS, TED Talk
 


The Index of Racism and Incitement in Israeli Social Media 2018



Censored, surveilled: the Digital Occupation of Palestinians



Karen Abuzayd, Member of the Independent International Commission of Inquiry for Syria, UN Human Rights Council



Report of the Independent International Commission of Inquiry on the Syrian Arab Republic, UN Human Rights Council 



Paulo Sérgio Pinheiro, Chairman of the Independent International Commission of Inquiry for Syria, UN Human Rights Council



Slaves of ISIS, documentary by Brandpunt, Free Yezidi Foundation, 2016



Hope After Hell - documentary by Brandpunt, Free Yezidi Foundation, 2016



Syria - Is this a war without end? l Start Here, Al Jazeera English



Why are millions starving in Yemen? | Start Here, Al Jazeera English



Will Israel be held accountable for 'apartheid' of Palestinians? | Inside Story, Al Jazeera English

General Articles

Future of Life Institute, “State of AI: Artificial Intelligence, the Military and Increasingly Autonomous Weapons” https://futureoflife.org/2019/05/09/state-of-ai/

Desierto, Diane. “Human Rights in the Era of Automation and Artificial Intelligence”. EJIL: Talk! Blog of the European Journal of International Law. 2020
https://www.ejiltalk.org/human-rights-in-the-era-of-automation-and-artificial-intelligence/

“WHITE PAPER. On Artificial Intelligence - A European approach to excellence and trust”. European Commission. 2020
https://ec.europa.eu/info/sites/info/files/commission-white-paper-artificial-intelligence-feb2020_en.pdf

“Malicious Uses and Abuses of Artificial Intelligence”. Trend Micro Research; United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI); Europol’s European Cybercrime Centre (EC3). 2020
http://unicri.it/sites/default/files/2020-11/AI%20MLC.pdf

“Special Collection on Artificial Intelligence”. United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI). 2020
http://www.unicri.it/sites/default/files/2020-08/Artificial%20Intelligence%20Collection.pdf

“Towards Responsible AI Innovation. Second Interpol-UNICRI Report on Aritificial Intelligence for Law Enforcement”. United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI), 2020
http://www.unicri.it/sites/default/files/2020-07/UNICRI-INTERPOL_Report_Towards_Responsible_AI_Innovation_0.pdf

“Artificial Intelligence and Robotics for Law Enforcement”. United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI). 2019 http://www.unicri.it/sites/default/files/2019-10/ARTIFICIAL_INTELLIGENCE_ROBOTICS_LAW%20ENFORCEMENT_WEB_0.pdf

Campbell, Thomas A. “Artificial Intelligence: an Overview of States Initiatives”. FutureGrasp. 2019
http://www.unicri.it/sites/default/files/2019-10/Report_AI-An_Overview_of_State_Initiatives_FutureGrasp_7-23-19.pdf

“Artificial Intelligence. What implications for EU security and defence?”, European Union Institute for Security Studies (EUISS). 2018 https://www.iss.europa.eu/sites/default/files/EUISSFiles/Brief%2010%20AI.pdf

Journalistic articles - Israelian Case Study

Defense News, “Israel reveals progress, challenges as it implements new war-fighting concept” https://www.defensenews.com/global/mideast-africa/2021/01/22/israel-reveals-progress-challenges-as-it-implements-new-war-fighting-concept/

Defense News, “Israel launches first-ever multitier missile defense test” https://www.defensenews.com/training-sim/2020/12/16/israels-launches-first-ever-multitier-missile-defense-test/


Defense News, “Rafael combines technologies to give combat robots a ‘brain’ to map threats indoors” https://www.c4isrnet.com/home/2021/01/06/rafael-combines-technologies-to-give-combat-robots-a-brain-to-map-threats-indoors/


C4isrnet, “Israel’s Carmel program: Envisioning armored vehicles of the future” https://www.c4isrnet.com/artificial-intelligence/2019/08/05/israels-carmel-program-envisioning-armored-vehicles-of-the-future/ 

The National Interest, “Israel Rolls Out New Surveillance Tech And Ship-Killing Missiles” https://nationalinterest.org/blog/buzz/israel-rolls-out-new-surveillance-tech-and-ship-killing-missiles-161891


Defense News, “Israel’s Rafael integrates artificial intelligence into Spice bombs”  https://www.defensenews.com/artificial-intelligence/2019/06/17/israels-rafael-integrates-artificial-intelligence-into-spice-bombs/

C4isrnet, “New Rafael system helps vehicles navigate in GPS-denied environments” https://www.c4isrnet.com/industry/2020/10/16/new-rafael-system-helps-vehicles-navigate-in-gps-denied-environments/

The National Interest, “Israel Rolls Out New Surveillance Tech And Ship-Killing Missiles” https://nationalinterest.org/blog/buzz/israel-rolls-out-new-surveillance-tech-and-ship-killing-missiles-161891

The International Center for the Study of Violent Extremism (ICSVE)

Research Reports (most recent)

The Effects of Assad’s Atrocities and the Call to Foreign Fighters to Come to Syria on the Rise and Fall of the ISIS Caliphate
ISIS-Linked Digital Activism and Sympathy-Raising on Behalf of ISIS Women Held in SDF Camps
Social Media Tracking of ISIS Women and Real-Life Actions of ISIS Men on Their Behalf
Spontaneous Deradicalization and the Path to Repatriate Some ISIS Members
ISIS and the Militant Jihad on Instagram


Brief Reports

Can Case of Samantha Elhassani Be a Positive Example for Repatriation of Other ISIS Wives?
European Attacks and the Uproar Over Hate Speech as ISIS Virtual Caliphate Continues to Reign
Qatar Takes a Major Step Toward a Freer Society
Will Upcoming Trials of ISIS Women in Northeast Syria Speed Up Repatriations of Some?
ISIS Death in SDF Prison Raises Questions About Repatriation Before They Face Death


International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation (ICSR)

Reports (most recent)

The New Philosemitism: Exploring a Changing Relationship Between Jews and the Far-Right
The Islamic Movement in Britain
Deradicalisation in Singapore: Past, Present and Future
Extremist Offender Management in Europe: Country Reports
Prisons and Terrorism: Extremist Offender Management in 10 European Countries


Features (publications are a bit older (from 2019 and earlier but seem interesting)

From Daesh to ‘Diaspora’ II: The Challenges Posed by Women and Minors After the Fall of the Caliphate
The Cost of Crying Victory: Policy Implications of the Islamic State’s Territorial Collapse
Holy Mobilisation: The Religious Legitimation behind Iraq’s Counter-ISIS Campaign
The King’s Programme for Middle East Dialogue Research Papers 2018
Beyond ISIS & Al-Qaeda: The Long Tail of Global Islamist Violence


Projects

Foreign Fighters and the Returnee Threat
Islamist and Jihadist Non-State Actor Governance in the Arab World
The Women and Minors of Islamic State


Radicalisation Awareness Network

Rehabilitation Manual ‒ Rehabilitation of radicalised and terrorist offenders for first line practitioners, June 2020
Violent right-wing extremism in focus, May 2020
Peer and Self Review Manual for Exit Work, January 2020
Lessons from crime prevention in preventing violent extremism by police, January 2020
Factbook ‒ Islamist extremism, December 2019
Factbook ‒ Far-right extremism, December 2019
Preventing the risk of radicalisation of asylum seekers and refugees, and far-right mobilisation against asylum seekers, refugees and immigrants, December 2019
RAN H&SC Handbook Extremism, Radicalisation & Mental Health: handbook for practitioners, November 2019
Multi-Agency Working and preventing violent extremism: Paper II, April 2019


ISD Global

Voices of Pakistani Youth: Lessons for Civil Society in the Development of Effective Counter-Narrative Campaigns
Hoodwinked: Coordinated Inauthentic Behaviour on Facebook
Developing a Civil Society Response to Online Manipulation
Other publications: https://www.isdglobal.org/isd-publications/


Centre for the Prevention of Radicalization Leading to Violence

Women and Violent Radicalization
“Returnees” Which Measures to Adopt?
Types of Radicalization
The Radicalization Process
Recognizing Violent Radicalization
Hate Incidents
Prevention Tools
Prevention Guides

General Documents

Press Pack Backgrounder “Preventing Radicalisation”, European Commission, https://ec.europa.eu/home-affairs/sites/default/files/e-library/docs/fight-against-radicalisation/role_of_the_eu_en.pdf  

Abdul Rahman Al Jaloud, Hadi Al Khatib, Jeff Deutch, Dia Kayyali, and Jillian C. York. “Caught in the Net: The Impact of “Extremist” Speech Regulations on Human Rights Content”. Electronic Frontier Foundation, Syrian Archive and Witness. 2019 https://mnemonic.org/en/content-moderation/impact-extremist-human-rights#introduction
European Institute of Peace

Making Peace with the Climate
Gender and Peacemaking Strategy
Time to Step Up EU Mediation?
Shaping Conflict Resolution Together - Strategic Plan 2020-2022
Climate-Fragility Policy Paper: Climate Change and Security in the Horn of Africa: Can Europe help to reduce the risks?
Climate-Fragility Policy Paper: Europe and Climate Security: Is Europe delivering on its rhetoric?
Preventive Diplomacy – the vanguard of multilateralism
The Sidama’s quest for self-rule: A study of the referendum on regional statehood
The EU’s role in promoting ‘Peace Dividends’ in Afghanistan
Citizenship on hold in Libya: an EIP policy paper
Taking Stock of Mediation Support: What Do Envoys Think?”
Refugee Return in Syria: Dangers, Security Risks and Information Scarcity
Ethnic Extremism in Ethiopia: an EIP policy paper
Report :“Islamic State in East Africa”

Also release news updates regularly: https://www.eip.org/category/news/Yemen’s Southern Women for Peace Group participate in Skills Enhancing Training
Don’t Miss Opportunities to Make Peace with the Climate
Taking Stoke: Three Lessons From the Women, Peace and Security Agenda for The Climate Security Agenda


“A Guide to Hate Violations in International Law”. Rights for Peace. 2020

“International Decision-Making in the Age of Genocide: Srebrenica 1993-1995. Rapporteur Report: The Hague”. United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. 2015

“International Decision-Making in the Age of Genocide: Rwanda 1990-1994. Rapporteur Report.The Hague”. United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. 2014

Human Trafficking

“The EU Strategy towards the Eradication of Trafficking in Human Beings 2012–2016”. European Commission.
https://ec.europa.eu/home-affairs/sites/default/files/e-library/docs/thb_strategy/thb_strategy_en.pdf

“The EU rights of victims of trafficking in human beings”. European Commission. 2013 https://ec.europa.eu/home-affairs/sites/default/files/e-library/docs/thb_victims_rights/thb_victims_rights_en.pdf

Factsheet “Trafficking in human beings the slavery of our times”. European Commission. 2013
https://ec.europa.eu/home-affairs/sites/default/files/e-library/docs/thb-fact-sheets/factsheet_thb_en.pdf

Reference document “Guidelines for the identification of victims of trafficking in human beings”. European Commission. 2013
https://ec.europa.eu/home-affairs/sites/default/files/e-library/docs/thb-victims-identification/thb_identification_en.pdf
International Criminal Court (ICC)

Rome Statute of the ICC
Ongoing cases:
Uganda: war crimes and crimes against humanity
DRC: war crimes and crimes against humanity
Darfur, Sudan: Alleged genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity
Central African Republic: war crimes and crimes against humanity. Second case also in different context
Kenya: Crimes against humanity
Libya: war crimes and crimes against humanity
Côte d'Ivoire: Alleged crimes within the jurisdiction of the Court
Mali: war crimes
Georgia: war crimes and crimes against humanity
Burundi: crimes against humanity
Bangladesh/Myanmar: Alleged crimes of deportation, persecution, and any other crime within the ICC jurisdiction
Afghanistan: war crimes and crimes against humanity



European Network for investigation and prosecution of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes (‘Genocide Network’)

Strategy of the EU Genocide Network to combat impunity for the crime of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes within the European Union and its Member States
Conclusions of the 27th Meeting of the Genocide Network, 6-7 November 2019
Cumulative prosecution of foreign terrorist fighters for core international crimes and terrorist-related offences, May 2020
Prosecuting war crimes of outrage upon personal dignity based on evidence from open sources – Legal framework and recent developments in the Member States of the European Union, February 2018
The prosecution at national level of sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) committed by the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), July 2017
Digest of the European Court for Human Rights jurisprudence on core international crimes, September 2017

Report of the Commission of Inquiry on Syrian Arab Republic, United Nations Human Rights Council
 


Independent International Commission of Inquiry on the Syrian Arab Republic, United Nations Human Rights Council 


Eurojust Report on Trafficking in Human Beings, European Union Agency for Criminal Justice Cooperation