Category Archives: #GlobalJusticeWeekly

GlobalJustice Weekly – Justice for Timbuktu destruction | States: Ratify ICC cooperation treaty

The latest in Global Justice news: Malian Islamist Ahmad al-Faqi al-Mahdi sentenced to nine years imprisonment; states invited to ratify international justice cooperation treaty; Amnesty International publishes new paper on human rights in international justice; Colombia rejects peace deal with … Continue reading

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#GlobalJustice Weekly – Disappearances and arbitrary detention on the rise

In Global Justice news last week: Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International report on arbitrary detentions in Ukraine and Nepal; civil society launch ‘Reporting on Torture’ handbook; governments defend ICC at AU Summit; ICC judges decline to consider victims’ reparations in closed Ruto/Sang case; Colombian Court approves referendum … Continue reading

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#GlobalJustice Weekly – Al-Bashir in Rwanda as ICC gets support at AU summit

In Global Justice news last week: Rwanda welcomes ICC suspect Omar al-Bashir as ICC gets support at African Union summit; ICC judges censure Uganda and Djibouti for not arresting al-Bashir in May as Chilcot Inquiry’s potential impact on ICC preliminary examination assessed; No … Continue reading

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#GlobalJustice Weekly – AU: Activists challenge attacks on ICC

In Global Justice news last week: African activists reject attacks on ICC by some African leaders; ICC launches photo contest for 17 July International Justice Day; Calls for legal action against Tony Blair over Iraq war; Gaddafi son Saif al-Islam reportedly ‘released’ … Continue reading

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#GlobalJustice Weekly – Civil society seeks progress with historic ICC outcome

In Global Justice news last week: ICC sentences Jean-Pierre Bemba to 18 years in prison; former UPC fighter accuses ICC suspect Ntaganda in alleged ethnic killings; Mexico and the EU strengthen cooperation in human rights field; and much more.

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