Category Archives: Ntaganda

Fighting impunity in the DRC for crimes against children

In this guest post Sharanjeet Parmar, an international human rights attorney working on gender, justice, and anti-corruption issues in conflict and post-conflict countries, suggests means to empower national authorities to carry out more prosecutions of grave crimes against children in … Continue reading

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#GlobalJustice Weekly – Timbuktu destruction case at ICC | El Salvador accedes to Rome Statute

In Global Justice news this week: Timbuktu destruction pre-hearing opened this week; El Salvador acceded to the Rome Statute; the trials of Bosco Ntaganda and Jean Pierre Bemba continued; ICC judged incorporated new regulations to enhace the effectiveness and efficiency … Continue reading

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#GlobalJustice Weekly – Afghanistan: Record numbers of civilian casualties

In Global Justice news this week: the conflict in Afghanistan reached the highest number recorded of civilian casualties; delays on reparations for the victims of the Congolese militia leader Thomas Lubanga; civil society experts discussed the implication of the ICC … Continue reading

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#GlobalJustice Weekly – Recanted witness testimony inadmissible in Ruto/Sang ICC trial

  In Global Justice news this week: Recanted witness testimony inadmissible in ICC trial of Kenyan Deputy President William Ruto and Joshua Sang; ICC Trust Fund for Victims to report on reparations; Al-Bashir case before South African court; UN concerned … Continue reading

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The ICC’s year in numbers – 2015

Based in The Hague, the International Criminal Court tries individuals for war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide committed from 2002 onwards. Victims can participate in proceedings and receive reparations. Learn more about the Court’s work in 2015.

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