Tag Archives: Lubanga

Voices from the ground: Reactions to final ICC Lubanga judgment

The below transcript is from a program on Radio Canal Revelation, a radio station based in Bunia, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The program is part of the radio station’s Interactive Radio for Justice and Peace Project, which promotes discussion … Continue reading

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Age of child soldiers at center of final Lubanga appeal hearings

The age of child soldiers under the command of convicted Congolese militia leader Thomas Lubanga was at the center of the case’s final appeal hearings before the ICC this week.

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Justice for children in conflict through the ICC

From Syria to the Central African Republic, war has many victims. But it is children that often suffer most. A reported one billion under 18 lived in conflict areas over the past two decades, with many of these forced to … Continue reading

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