Tag Archives: Afghanistan

#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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Bringing CIA torture to justice

In this post from openDemocracy’s States of Impunity project, Andreas Schüller of the European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights discusses how global civil society has been fighting on multiple fronts to chip away at the impunity of the world’s … Continue reading

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