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The Trust Fund that provides assistance and reparations to victims of ICC crimes is looking for five new high-profile board members to guide it over the next three years. Past members include nobel laurates and former presidents. Tell us if … Continue reading
ICC judges have set out five essential elements for victims reparations orders in an appeals decision in the case against convicted Congolese militia leader Thomas Lubanga.
Victims of grave crimes by convicted militia leader Thomas Lubanga in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) are in line to receive collective reparations following a key ruling by ICC appeals judges this week.
The ICC’s trial first landmark trial concluded in The Hague this week with the Appeals Chamber confirming the conviction and and 14 year sentence against Congolese militia leader Thomas Lubanga. In 2012, Lubanga was found responsible for the war crimes … Continue reading
Representatives from the ICC, UN, state governments and NGOs came together with victims of grave crimes last month to underscore the importance of the Court’s mandate to deliver reparative justice. The meeting on “Prevention of and Ending impunity for genocide, crimes … Continue reading