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#GlobalJustice Weekly – Fear and outcry as Burundi votes to leave ICC | First ICC victims’ reparations on the way

The latest in Global Justice news: Burundian national assembly votes to withdraw from Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC); plan for victims reparations against convicted war criminal Thomas Lubanga near completion; ICC to hold first judgment over alleged … Continue reading

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Reaction: Burundi votes to leave the ICC

Last week’s vote in the Burundi parliament to begin the process of becoming the first country to withdraw from the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC) has prompted international outcry and fears of deepening of the country’s serious … Continue reading

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Iranian Center for International Criminal Law: Translating the ICC into Persian

Mohammad Hadi Zakerhossein is a PhD student in international criminal law at Tilburg University, and founder of the Iranian Center for the International Criminal Law. In this post he talks about the importance of translating the work of the ICC … Continue reading

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Why the ICC Should Reconsider its Decision on In Situ Proceedings in Uganda

In this post from the International Justice Monitor, Linor Owor Ogora says that the potential for justice close to victims and increasing the popularity of the ICC means that it should reconsider its rejection of in situ hearings in Uganda in the trial of former Lord’s … Continue reading

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#GlobalJustice Weekly – Colombia: Keep talking

The latest in Global Justice news: Civil society calls for continued negotiations to end Colombia’s decades-long conflict; ICC to hold first public hearings into war crimes reparations; former Congolese vice president Jean-Pierre Bemba lays out grounds for appeal against ICC conviction; … Continue reading

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