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In Global Justice news this week: Large contribution boosts Trust Fund for Victims of ICC crimes; Joseph Kony and his Lord Resistance Army remain a serious threat to peace in war-torn CAR; ICC fugitive Omar al-Bashir is not expected to … Continue reading
The opening of the first International Criminal Court (ICC) witness tampering trial sends a clear message to anyone attempting to interfere in the administration of international justice, said civil society today.
The United Nations (UN) announced new measures aimed at curbing sexual abuse by peacekeepers this week amid allegations that UN troops in the Central African Republic (CAR) committed rape and other abuses.
Civil society is calling for the prioritization of accountability for grave crimes at a national reconcilation forum in the Central African Republic this week.
The Central African Republic (CAR) has taken an important step towards accountability for atrocities committed during its ongoing crisis.