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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
In this guest post from IJmonitor, Lino Owor Ogora, director, Foundation for Justice and Development Initiatives (FJDI), reports on a live screening in Northern Uganda of Ongwen’s confirmation of charges hearing. The local engagement with this event underlines the value of ICC … Continue reading
The ICC trial of Congolese militia leader Bosco Ntaganda will open on 2 September 2015. Here are ten facts to bring you up to speed.
In this guest post from the International Justice Monitor, Wairagala Wakabi reports on the appeal of the ICC’s first convict, Thomas Lubanga, for early release from his 14-year sentence for child soldier war crimes.
Is the international community giving up the fight against impunity? It’s a question central to the success of the ICC and international justice. The International Center for Transitional Justice is this week hosting an online debate asking whether the international community is giving … Continue reading