Tag Archives: Sexual and Gender Based Violence

For women, the world remains an extremely dangerous place

In this guest post from Open Society, Kelly Askin writes that hopes of improvement for future generations of women rest on greater investment in efforts to prevent and punish atrocity crimes.

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ICC to decide if LRA commander Ongwen to face trial

Key pre-trial hearing for Ugandan rebel leader accused of war crimes and crimes against humanity opens in The Hague.

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#GlobalJustice Weekly – ICC independence under threat at annual assembly

In Global Justice news this week: Civil society warns against political interference with ICC independence; New reports on crimes against humanity and unfair trials in Libya; Palestinian NGO’s submission to the ICC; El Salvador set to become 124th ICC member … Continue reading

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The long road to gender justice

In this latest contribution to our 20th anniversary blog series When hope and history rhyme, Brigid Inder, executive director of Women’s Initiatives for Gender Justice, reflects on the fight to prosecute sexual and gender-based crimes through the International Criminal Court (ICC) system of international justice.

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DRC: 10 facts about the ICC Ntaganda trial

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.

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