The narratives surrounding technology and law are often of technology's incursion into long-held rights, and the need to regulate.

However, there are many instances where technological advances assist us in upholding these very same rights.

In this episode, we sought out to explore one such instance from the realm of international criminal justice.

Bethany Houghton, Assistant Counsel at Public International Law & Policy Group (PILPG) International Law and Policy Group and lecturer at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (VU Amsterdam) Amsterdam, talks to our Senior Editor, Andrew Lane, about a project at PILPG which seeks to develop more effective app-based tools to document human rights abuses and atrocity crimes globally.