War crimes also included deliberate attacks on citizens and property of neutral states, as at the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. As the attack on Pearl Harbor happened while the U.S. and Japan were at peace and without a just cause for self-defense, the attack was declared by the Tokyo Trials to go beyond justification of military necessity and therefore constituted a war crime.[29][30][31] War crimes are significant in international humanitarian law[32] because it is an area where international tribunals such as the Nuremberg Trials and Tokyo Trials have been convened. Recent examples are the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia and the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, which were established by the UN Security Council acting under Chapter VIII of the UN Charter. Under the Nuremberg Principles, war crimes are different from crimes against peace which is planning, preparing, initiating, or waging a war of aggression, or a war in violation of international ...
Since the ICTYs closure on 31 December 2017, the Mechanism maintains this website as part of its mission to preserve and promote the legacy of the UN International Criminal Tribunals.. Visit the Mechanisms website.. ...
Judge Robert Fremr( Czech Republic) was sworn in as ad litem judge at a ceremony held today at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. The ceremony was administered by the Tribunals President, Judge Erik Møse and witnessed by the Registrar, Mr. Adama Dieng, representing the United Nations Secretary-General. Judge Fremrreplaces Judge Flavia Lattanzi ( Italy).. Before joining the ICTR, Judge Fremr (49) was a Judge of the Supreme Court of the Czech Republic (from 2004). Before that, he was a Judge at the High Court in Prague (Penal Section), where he served since 1989 as Judge and in 1992 became Presiding Judge. He was also the Chairman of the Appellate Panel of the High Court (Penal Section). Previously, Judge Fremr was a Judge of the Court of Appeal in Prague (Penal Section) since 1986, and a Judge of the District Court in Prague from 1983 to 1986.. Judge Fremr has also been a teacher of Criminal Law at the Faculty of Law of Charles University in Prague, and a lecturer on Human Rights ...
To prosecute perpetrators of war crimes the International Criminal Court (ICC) must connect the physical actions of the offence and most responsible offenders charged with planning, instigating and intent on carrying out crimes of genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes and crimes of aggression. To date there has been no empirical study of the types of physical actions that make up this offence. There is no baseline knowledge to contextualize the offence and enable the ICC to make links between the actions on the ground and a perpetrators culpability.. The purpose of this study was to produce the first multivariate model of war crime ground action using cases of war crime offences in Cambodia and Rwanda. The aim was to first identify a representative range offence behaviours, and secondly determine if ground actions could be differentiated into distinct forms of offending that indicate culpability, that is, knowledge and intent in carrying out the crime. Lastly, offence behaviours ...
Through the lens of Third World Approaches to International Law (TWAIL), which argue that international law reflects and contributes to the marginalisation and domination of Third World states by the West,[i] the aim of this article is to dissect the ideological and structural anatomy of the international criminal legal system. More than just condemning the International Criminal Court (ICC) for its past prosecutions that have not reached beyond the geographic scope of Africa,[ii] this article shows that the ICC is both structurally and materially biased in favour of the West and instrumentalised by the United Nations Security Council in a continuous attempt to reinforce the existing global imbalance of power.. In a follow-up to Part I of this series, which problematised the development of modern ICL from a TWAIL perspective and showed that the international criminal legal order has been a Eurocentric, hegemonic project since its very beginning, Part II problematises the functioning of the ...
The history of the Manifesto reflects to a great extent the Resistance Army Essay history of the modern working class movement; at present it is undoubtedly the most widespread, the most international production of all socialist literature, the Courtroom 302 by Steve Bogira common platform acknowledged by millions of workingmen from Siberia to California. The Lords Essay! 1 So wrote Frederick Engels towards the end of his life of the impact of The Communist Manifesto. The statement remains as true today, 150 years later. The impact of The Communist Manifesto has been remarkable. This small book has been translated into all the major languages and jackson has remained an inspiration for Resistance Army generations of george, socialists. It has entered into working class consciousness in a way that few other political works have been able to do. It is often the first and perhaps even the only piece of writing by Marx and The Lords Resistance Essay Engels that many workers read. It also has a ...
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The theme of the Erasmus Prize 2009 was International prosecution and trial of war crimes and crimes against humanity. The prize was shared by two eminent jurists: Antonio Cassese and Benjamin Ferencz. Together these men - the prosecutor and the judge - personify the efforts to punish, prevent and eliminate international war crimes.. Antonio Cassese (1937-2011) was professor of international law at the University of Florence. He has made both scholarly and practical contributions to this field of study. As first president (1993) of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague, he has been of great significance for the functioning of this tribunal and for the establishment of the authority of other tribunals. Cassese headed the Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and the Commission of Inquiry on Darfur, and he was President of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon. In his role as a judge, teacher, scholar and critic, Antonio Cassese has ...
Abstract In December 2003, President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda referred the situation of northern Uganda in respect to the Lords Resistance Army (LRA) to the International Criminal Court (ICC). The LRA had been wreaking havoc on the civilian population since the beginning of 1987. The LRA actions included abductions, forced conscription of child soldiers, sex slavery, rape, mutilation, torture, looting and destruction of property, among other crimes. These actions fell within the ambit of war crimes and crimes against humanity punishable under international law. In response to the referral, the ICC Chief Prosecutor, Luis Moreno-Ocampo intervened to bring the LRA top leadership to justice. The referral was an opportunity to punish the LRA for their atrocities and to bring an end to the protracted conflict which had caused so much suffering to the people living in northern Uganda. The referral was also an opportunity for the ICC to put its capacity to the test as the referral was the first for ...
Asked if there was any indication that the completion strategy requirement that first instance trials to be completed by the end of 2008 would be extended by a few months, Hodžić said that there were no new Security Council resolutions with any new timeline. In his last address before the Security Council, President Pocar had indicated that the trials could run into 2009 and that the appeals would take two years from the completion of first instance trials. Hodžić said that the Tribunal was committed to meeting these deadlines while securing the rights of the accused to a fair and expeditious trial. Further, he stated he could not imagine a scenario where the international community, with the Security Council as its highest body, would jeopardize the investment in the international justice that was Tribunals by bringing into question the trials to be held.. ...
Human Rights Watch is writing to urge you to maintain your principled approach towards Serbia as regards its cooperation with the International Criminal Tribunal for Yugoslavia (ICTY). The European Union (EU) should use the meetings with Serbian Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica scheduled for September 12 to reiterate that full cooperation with the ICTY, including the arrest and transfer of Ratko Mladic, remains a non-negotiable precondition for the signing of a Stabilization and Association Agreement (SAA) between the EU and Serbia.. Human Rights Watch is writing to urge you to maintain your principled approach towards Serbia as regards its cooperation with the International Criminal Tribunal for Yugoslavia (ICTY). The European Union (EU) should use the meetings with Serbian Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica scheduled for September 12 to reiterate that full cooperation with the ICTY, including the arrest and transfer of Ratko Mladic, remains a non-negotiable precondition for the signing of a ...
Findings from its research reflect the number of correspondent banking relationships transacting in particular currencies rather than the volume of currency transactions. Accuitys research shows a steady decline in the number of USD correspondent banking relationships globally since 2014. The USD was the currency of choice as the global economy recovered from the global financial crisis in 2008. While USD continues to be the currency of choice, the rate of decline in the number of USD relationships further accelerated with a drop of 13% between 2015 and 2016 from a decline of 2% between 2014 and 2015.. While the 25% drop in global correspondent relationships is greater than the USD correspondents decline, the trend for USD is particularly significant when compared to the contrarian increase in the number of Chinese RMB correspondent banking relationships. Since 2014, research shows an 8% increase and since 2012, the number of the RMB relationships showed a dramatic increase from 3,600 to 8,800 ...
The documentary film has long served as an effective and influential communications tool for speaking truth to power. Activists have used this medium of storytelling for years to mobilize audiences of the general public to take action and demand progressive social change. While this process has been in wide use for quite some time, evidence of its effectiveness is rare. In those few cases where a documentary film is credited with directly influencing change, it is usually when the audience of the film is not the general public, but those with the power to enact the change.. This paper will explore two new approaches to documentary film engagement designed to facilitate and accelerate the activist intentions of the social change documentarian. The first examines a new process of collaboration that involves the changemaker prior to and during production, not only after as is currently the common practice. The second is a form and structure of the documentary film designed with community ...
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On Tuesday Human Rights Watch released a new report finding that Israel apparently committed war crimes during the 11-day conflict in Gaza in May.. The report, Gaza: Apparent war crimes during May fighting, also accused Palestinian militants of apparent war crimes but focused on Israeli action during the fighting in Israel-Palestine in May.. Human Rights Watch reached its conclusions after investigating three Israeli strikes that killed 62 Palestinian civilians in locations where there were no evident military targets in the vicinity. The rights group interviewed 30 Palestinians who witnessed Israeli attacks, were relatives of civilians killed, or were residents of areas targeted.. Three strikes. The report focuses on attacks that occurred in Gaza on 10 May, on 15 May and on 16 May.. On May 10 an Israeli-guided missile struck near four houses of the al-Masri family near the town of Beit Hanoun. The missile killed 8 civilians, including 6 children.. On 15 May a guided bomb destroyed a three-story ...
Delivering her annual report to members of the ICC in The Hague on Monday, chief prosecutor Fatou Bensouda said she would decide imminently whether to ask judges for permission to launch a full-blown investigation as to whether US military forces and CIA operatives may have committed war crimes in Afghanistan through the cruel or violent interrogation of detainees.. Bensouda said the Taliban, Afghan government forces and U.S. troops as well as the CIA all appeared to have carried out war crimes. At least 61 detainees were subjected to torture (and) cruel treatment by US armed forces in Afghanistan between May 1, 2003, and December 31, 2014, according to ICC initial findings.. Since the establishment of the ICC, the war crimes court has been accused of only targeting African leaders.. Last month, Gambia has become the third country after South Africa and Burundi to leave the ICC. The West African nation notified the UN on Monday that its withdrawal would take effect from November next ...
New York) - Human Rights Watch today hailed the 60th ratification of the International Criminal Court (ICC) treaty. At United Nations headquarters in New York, governments supporting the rule of law welcomed the establishment of the first permanent international tribunal to try those accused of genocide, crimes against humanity, and war crimes. The ICC was created because national court systems -- from Guatemala to Sierra Leone to Iraq -- have failed to provide justice to the victims of egregious crimes. The Court will take cases only when the national systems do not work.. The International Criminal Court is potentially the most important human rights institution created in 50 years. It will be the court where the Saddams, Pol Pots and Pinochets of the future are held to account, said Richard Dicker, Director of the International Justice Program at Human Rights Watch.. The Court will have authority to prosecute the most serious international crimes that are committed after July 1, 2002. The ...
Amateur Correspondent is a science fiction and fantasy fanzine edited by Corwin F. Stickney. Amateur Correspondent was published in the 1930s in Belleville, New Jersey, U.S.A. It had evolved from Science-Fantasy Correspondent, edited by Willis Conover, who ceased publishing after the death of H. P. Lovecraft, with whom he has been corresponding. He gave the material he had collected for his fanzine to Stickney for Amateur Correspondent, including the portrait of Lovecraft he had commissioned from Virgil Finlay. The first issue was published in May-June 1937. Contributors included Willis Conover, Robert F. Ennis, Jack E. Fry, H. P. Lovecraft, E. Hoffman Price, and John C. Sidenius. This issue features the first publication of the essay, Notes On Writing Weird Fiction, by H. P. Lovecraft, and an essay on Lovecraft by Price (The Sage of College Street). Issue two appeared in September October 1937. Contributors included Sidney Birchby, Earl and Otto Binder, Robert Bloch, Burton C. Blanchard, ...
The Volunteer Correspondent Program (VCP), based out of Augusta, is doing everything in their power to help better the lives of the intellectually disabled and the autistic.. Our mission is to provide a network of trained volunteers to provide friendship and advocacy for individuals with an intellectual disability or autism who have no one else in their lives to care for them, Pamela Cairnie, Volunteer Coordinator of the program, said. Cairnie has been working with the program for the past six years. VCP is also a statewide program and Cairnie is the only staff in charge of finding the right volunteers.. I manage a lot of people. Im always on my cellphone, Cairnie said.. The program is broken up between volunteers, known as correspondents, who befriend and take care of an intellectually disabled person, known as consumers. The VCP do vigorous background checks on correspondents before marking them eligible to work with a consumer.. Its like a job application. A correspondent will fill it ...
Sudan will hand former president Omar al-Bashir to the International Criminal Court along with other officials wanted over the Darfur conflict, Foreign Minister Mariam al-Mahdi said on Wednesday.. The cabinet decided to hand over wanted officials to the ICC, Mahdi was quoted as saying by state media.. Bashir, who ruled Sudan for three decades before being deposed in 2019, faces charges of genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity in Darfur.. AFP ...
Documentary film : a very short introduction by Patricia Aufderheide ( ) 26 editions published between 2007 and 2016 in English and Undetermined and held by 2,476 WorldCat member libraries worldwide Documentary film: a very short introduction Aufderheide, Patricia Beginning with an overview of the central issues of documentary filmmaking - its definitions and purposes, its forms and founders - Aufderheide focuses on several of its key subgenres, including public affairs films, government propaganda, historical documentaries, and nature films Download booksTechnique - . Ebook library B-OK.org , B-OK. Download books for free. Find books Aufderheide has received numerous journalism and scholarly awards, including the George Stoney award for service to documentary from the University Film and Video Association in 2015, the International Communication Associations 2010 for Communication Research as an Agent of Change Award, Woman of Vision award from Women in Film … Documentary Film A Very Short ...
Legacy website of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. Since the ICTRs closure on 31 December 2015, the Mechanism maintains this website as part of its mission to preserve and promote the legacy of the UN International Criminal Tribunals. Visit the Mechanisms website.. ...
A spokesman from the ICC prosecutors office confirmed that Bensouda and a delegation from her office will be in Khartoum for the next few days to discuss ICC-Sudan cooperation.. A Sudanese government source told AFP that Bensouda would discuss the extradition of Bashir and others to the ICC.. Bashir ruled with an iron fist for 30 years until his overthrow in April 2019, following mass youth-led street demonstrations.. The United Nations estimates 300,000 people were killed and 2.5 million displaced in the Darfur conflict from 2003.. Peace deal. Sudans transitional government has agreed that Bashir would stand trial before the ICC.. However, in a peace deal finalised earlier this month, the government agreed to set up a special court for crimes in Darfur and that Bashir should also face that court.. Hamdok told the Financial Times earlier this month that he had spoken with the ICC about the option of trying Bashir in Sudan, potentially in a hybrid court.. Bashir, 76, is in custody in ...
Representative Publications:. Testini P, Min HK, Bashir A, Lee KH. Deep Brain Stimulation for Tourettes Syndrome: The Case for Targeting the Thalamic Centromedian-Parafascicular Complex. Frontiers in Neurology 2016 Nov 10; 7:193.. Qureshi AI, Qureshi MH, Lobanova I, Bashir A, Khan AA, Bologna SM, Peterson M, Suri MF Histopathological Characteristics of IV Recombinant Tissue Plasminogen -Resistant Thrombi in Patients with Acute Ischemic Stroke. J Vasc Interv Neurol. 2016 Jan; 8(5):38-45.. Dababneh H, Hussain M, Bashir A Mystery case: A case of Oil in the ventricles - Deception for intracerebral hemorrhage. Neurology 2015; 85; e30-e31. Kemp WJ, Bashir A, Dababneh H, Cohen-Gadol AA. Cushings Ulcer: Further Reflections. Asian J Neurosurgery 2015 Apr-Jun; 10(2):87-94.. Uhegwu N, Bashir A, Hussain M, Dababneh H, Misthal S, Cohen-Godal AA. Marijuana induced reversible cerebral vasoconstriction syndrome. J Vasc Interv Neurol. 2015 Feb; 8(1):36-8.. Uhegwu N, Bashir A, Dababneh H, Hussain M, Misthal S, ...
Drawing on research from Northumbria Centre for Evidence and Criminal Justice Studies (NCECJS), this seminar will identify the key mechanisms of international criminal justice cooperation that assist with the policing of cross-border crime, identifying future challenges and potential solutions. This will include: the impact of Brexit on criminal justice cooperation and policing; the ongoing role of supra-national organisations for criminal justice cooperation (including Eurojust and Europol); and the continuing development of new areas of cross border criminality, including the continuing development of cyber-crime as an example of offending which can often involve multiple jurisdictions and investigations.. NCECJS has developed a significant reputation for research on international criminal justice cooperation. The Centres assessment of implications of Brexit for the continued exchange of data with police and judicial authorities within the EU was quoted extensively in a report published ...
It is important that the principles of international criminal justice be recognized and supported. The official Day of International Criminal Justice is held annually on 17 July to mark the annivers...
Cast, crew and more for Correspondent : The first edition Correspondent maps the trail of a woman on the run from Saddam Husseins Iraq. Currently, somewhere in the world, an estimated 30 million people are on a journey with a smuggler as a guide. In a world where there are no visas for as... (click link to read more)
Life is all about playing the hand that is dealt you, he wrote. Actually I would love somebody to deal me another hand right about now - in more ways than one.. OBrien, a native of Detroit, is the science correspondent for the PBS NewsHour, a producer and director of the PBS science documentary series NOVA, a correspondent for the PBS documentary series Frontline and the chief correspondent for the National Science Foundations Science Nation series.. Before his PBS tenure, OBrien spent 16 years at CNN covering science, space, aviation technology and the environment, leaving the cable network in 2008. He had been slated to become the first journalist to fly aboard one of NASAs space shuttles, an assignment that was canceled after the Columbia and its crew were lost.. (Reporting by Steve Gorman; Editing by Ken Wills) ...
THE HAGUE, Netherlands - A convicted war criminal from Croatia swallowed what he said was poison and died Wednesday after a United Nations court in the Netherlands upheld his 20-year sentence for committing crimes against humanity during the Bosnian war of the 1990s. In a stunning end to the final case at the U.N.s International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, former Croatian general Slobodan Praljak yelled, I am not a war criminal! in a courtroom and appeared to drink
TY - CHAP. T1 - When Justice is Done. T2 - The ICTY and the Post-trial Phase. AU - Wijk, Joris van. AU - Holá, Barbora. PY - 2020/6/11. Y1 - 2020/6/11. N2 - Until 2017 the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) has acquitted eighteen and convicted eighty-two individuals, of whom the vast majority have been given determinate sentences. It was the first tribunal to experiment with establishing sentencing agreements with States in order to enforce these sentences and to develop and adopt early release procedures. This chapter presents an overview of the post-trial dilemmas that the ICTY and enforcement States have faced. Special attention is given to the phase of designating an enforcement State, prison of international prisoners, factors that justify their (early) release, and what happens to the individuals after their release or following their acquittal. The data presented are based on an analysis of case law, academic literature, and interviews with stakeholders at ...
A new Tokyo museum presses the cause of the comfort women of World War II who were used as sex slaves by the Imperial Army. On Friday, Amnesty International renewed appeals to compensate the women and for Japan to issue them a fuller apology.
Osaka, Japan is severing sister city ties with San Francisco, California over a statue commemorating comfort women enslaved in WW2 brothels.
Article 2 of the Convention defines genocide as any act committed with intent to destroy - in whole or in part - a national, ethnic, racial or religious group. That act might include the imposition of measures intended to prevent births within the group. Article 6 of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court refers to imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group. The Statute - discussed in Building the International Criminal Court (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2008) by Benjamin Schiff, The Emerging Practice of the International Criminal Court (Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff 2009) by Carsten Stahn and An Introduction to the International Criminal Court (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2004) by William Schabas - gives the ICC the power to investigate and prosecute international crimes of genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes, and crimes of aggression. Importantly the Statute refers only to groups of religious, ethnic, racial, and national ...
On 14 April 2011, the other three authors of the Goldstone report released a statement regarding Goldstones article in The Washington Post. Hina Jilani, Christine Chinkin and Desmond Travers claimed, in recent days some articles and comments appearing in the press with respect to the report of the United Nations (UN) fact-finding mission on the Gaza conflict of 2008-2009 have misrepresented facts in an attempt to delegitimise the findings of this report and to cast doubts on its credibility. The 3 coauthors of the report wanted to address the aspersions cast on the findings of the report and challenge them. Members of the mission, signatories to this statement, find it necessary to dispel any impression that subsequent developments have rendered any part of the missions report unsubstantiated, erroneous or inaccurate. Hina Jilani, Christine Chinkin and Desmond Travers claimed there is no justification for any demand or expectation for reconsideration of the report as nothing of substance ...
JURIST] Tens of thousands of Sudanese demonstrators Tuesday gathered at UN headquarters and US and UK embassies in Khartoum to protest the recently approved UN resolution [JURIST report] turning Sudanese war crimes trials over to the International Criminal Court. The protesters denounced UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan as a coward and agent of the US. The demonstrations were promoted by the state-run mobile phone service that sent messages to phone users. Protesters called the UN action foreign intervention aimed at exerting control over the country. The UN Security Council approved the resolution last week to refer suspects linked to war crimes in the Darfur region, where millions have been left homeless and tens of thousands killed in fighting between rebel forces and Arab militias. Sudan [government website; JURIST news archive] has vigorously rejected the resolution [text], arguing the war crimes trials can be held in the country. The Sudan Tribune has local coverage. Reuters has more. ...
ZagrebDox is an international documentary film festival taking place in Zagreb every year, in late February / early March. ZagrebDox is a specialized festival that presents the best creative documentary films with an imaginary form and choice of topics th
Check out our new educational material on the use of documentary film in the classroom developed during one of the MEDEAnet workshops this year.. The cinematographic analysis of the documentary film and its use in the classroom are illustrated with the help of Our School - a film that documents the Roma childrens segregation in the Romanian schools.. Before the screening of the film in the classroom the brochure recommends teachers several reflective question points that help them make a first introspection into their own stereotypes and prejudice toward the Roma ethnics and into their own stand towards school segregation.. You may find more details in the English translation of the handbook available for free download HERE.. And have a look at the trailer of the film.. ...
Julian Bashir was born with a substantially subnormal IQ due to a genetic defect, a fact which caused his parents considerable worry. Unable to have the problem treated in the Federation due to the ban on Genetic Engineering, they took Bashir to an alien hospital at an early age and had him artificially enhanced. As a result of this Bashir gained an extremely high level of intelligence.2 The young Bashir was a very keen tennis player, and with the enhanced hand-to-eye co-ordination his genetic engineering had given him he was of professional level. However, he suffered from some degree of guilt concerning his unfair advantage and never really pursued his tennis career3; this subconscious attempt to deny himself success is a theme which would recur several times during his life.4 ...
Julian Bashir was born with a substantially subnormal IQ due to a genetic defect, a fact which caused his parents considerable worry. Unable to have the problem treated in the Federation due to the ban on Genetic Engineering, they took Bashir to an alien hospital at an early age and had him artificially enhanced. As a result of this Bashir gained an extremely high level of intelligence.2 The young Bashir was a very keen tennis player, and with the enhanced hand-to-eye co-ordination his genetic engineering had given him he was of professional level. However, he suffered from some degree of guilt concerning his unfair advantage and never really pursued his tennis career3; this subconscious attempt to deny himself success is a theme which would recur several times during his life.4 ...
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Last month Kim Tae Woo of g.o.d committed a particularly severe atrocity when he said that in a full stadium g.o.ds fans would fill up 60% of it compared to Shinhwas 40%. If g.o.d. is real why would he let such an atrocity happen? Thankfully he has since apologized. But can one apology truly make up for this? This is a 9 ...
We believe in quality over quantity. To give ourselves a focus, we started out to collect personal stories that relate to our correspondents experiences with six different global topics. However, these topics were selected to increase the likelihood that the stories of different correspondents will cover the same issues and therefore illuminate these issues from different perspectives - and not to exclude any stories. If you have a personal story relating to a global issue thats not covered by our topics, please still reach out to us! We definitely have some blind spots and are happy to revise our focus and introduce new topics at any point in time. ...
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This chapter analyzes the consequences of the same body of law being utilized by different entities for different purposes. It specifically compares the use of international criminal law by international criminal courts and by human rights commissions of inquiry. The chapter first situates modern human rights commissions of inquiry within the broader institutional fact-finding framework of the UN and examines how these make use of international criminal law. The approaches of various commissions are then compared and contrasted with judicial approaches, especially in terms of their interpretation and application of international criminal law. The slightly divergent approaches of commissions of inquiry are justified through the idea of
Please go to the website provided below and request the packets (request from an approved CODIS lab or department) packet can be mailed to any official law officer or agency. Families can submit samples in the requesting agencys jurisdiction no matter where the missing person report generated from or remains listed. When submitted for entry into CODIS, a date will be provided for the case investigators records. Once the missing persons DNA is in CODIS it will automatically be compared against all current entries unidentified persons or human remains and those found in the future. All missing persons DNA should be submitted into CODIS, this is now becoming a common part of data for missing persons investigations. Below you will find other common tools used to locate or identify missing persons ...
A particularly effective strategy for demonizing Germans was the use of atrocity stories. A handy rule for arousing hate, said Lasswell is, if at first they do not enrage, use an atrocity. It has been employed with unvarying success in every conflict known to man. Unlike the pacifist, who argues that all wars are brutal, the atrocity story implies that war is only brutal when practiced by the enemy. Certain members of the CPI were relatively cautious about repeating unsubstantiated allegations, but the committees publications often relied on dubious material. After the war, Edward Bernays, who directed CPI propaganda efforts in Latin America, openly admitted that his colleagues used alleged atrocities to provoke a public outcry against Germany. Some of the atrocity stories which were circulated during the war, such as the one about a tub full of eyeballs or the story of the seven-year old boy who confronted German soldiers with a wooden gun, were actually recycled from previous conflicts. ...
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Venue: Bergen Global, Jekteviksbakken 31. What is the role of the state in the context of human rights and the states other obligations?. Hanne Sophie Greve is a Norwegian judge with a long history of working in the field of human rights. She is a former judge at the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg. She has also worked as a Commissioner in the UN War Crimes Commission for the Former Yugoslavia and as an expert witness with the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia.. Human rights were adopted to protect the individual vis-à-vis the State, and they do not supersede the States obligation to regulate the relationship between individuals. Human rights are an essential part of everyday life, but they are not the sole prerequisite for prosperity and happiness. States must also provide a social climate and an atmosphere that allows humans to feel secure, adopt laws permitting human flourishing and social cohesion. How has state responsibility for human rights evolved ...
The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavias Karadžić verdict, eagerly awaited, was unsurprising. He was found guilty of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes. One part of the judgment was concerned with the Srebrenica events in which much forensic evidence from mass graves featured. Whilst this was to be expected, forensic evidence from the horrific crime scenes continues to be important in determining aspects of the crime base. This paper discusses the evidence and examines how the Chamber came to the conclusion that systematic killing of thousands of Bosnian Muslim men occurred and attempts had been made to conceal the crimes and human remains in secondary graves thus confirming the actus reus of genocide ...
The organisation is concerned at the lack of co-operation with the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (the Tribunal) in the Hague, as well as the rarity of domestic war crimes prosecutions. Amnesty International believes that, in order to create the conditions for the respect and protection of human rights in the FRY, it is imperative that those responsible for these crimes be brought to justice in the course of proceedings which meet international standards of fair trials, and that all victims of these crimes receive adequate reparation. In particular, there is an overwhelming need to resolve the hundreds of cases of enforced disappearances and abductions (2), most of which constitute crimes against humanity. Amnesty International considers that the suffering of relatives of the disappeared, in their attempts to establish what happened to their family members, amounts to a violation of their right to freedom from torture and inhuman or degrading treatment, and urges ...
William A. Schabas is professor of international law at Middlesex University in London. He is also professor of international criminal law and human rights at Leiden University, emeritus professor human rights law at the Irish Centre for Human Rights of the National University of Ireland Galway, and an honorary professor at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, in Beijing and Wuhan University. He is the author of more than 20 books and 300 journal articles, on such subjects as the abolition of capital punishment, genocide and the international criminal tribunals. Professor Schabas was a member of the Sierra Leone Truth and Reconciliation Commission. He was a member of the Board of Trustees of the United Nations Voluntary Fund for Technical Cooperation in Human Rights and president of the International Association of Genocide Scholars. He serves as president of the Irish Branch of the International Law Association chair of the Institute for International Criminal Investigation. He is an Officer ...
William A. Schabas is professor of international law at Middlesex University in London. He is also professor of international criminal law and human rights at Leiden University, emeritus professor human rights law at the Irish Centre for Human Rights of the National University of Ireland Galway, and an honorary professor at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, in Beijing and Wuhan University. He is the author of more than 20 books and 300 journal articles, on such subjects as the abolition of capital punishment, genocide and the international criminal tribunals. Professor Schabas was a member of the Sierra Leone Truth and Reconciliation Commission. He was a member of the Board of Trustees of the United Nations Voluntary Fund for Technical Cooperation in Human Rights and president of the International Association of Genocide Scholars. He serves as president of the Irish Branch of the International Law Association chair of the Institute for International Criminal Investigation. He is an Officer ...
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Nyala, Sudan , AFP , Sudanese civilians displaced during the devastating conflict in Darfur have welcomed news that a top militia leader accused of atrocities there has surrendered himself to the International Criminal Court.. Ali Kushayb, also known as Ali Muhammad Abdelrahman, was wanted on more than 50 counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity in the western region.. He turned himself in earlier this week in the Central African Republic, ending 13 years on the run.. I couldnt believe it at first, said Badria Saleh, who lives in a refugee camp of mud houses with grass and plastic roofs in the South Darfur region.. Kushayb killed my husband and my brother as they were burying a relative in 2013, she told AFP.. We fled our village, she added, bursting into tears.. The Darfur conflict broke out in 2003 when ethnic African rebels, complaining of systematic discrimination, took up arms against the government of longtime dictator Omar al-Bashir.. The state hit back with violence by the ...
Investigating missing persons cases is a complex field. There is no single service responsible for the investigation or the provision of support to those who are found, or to the family and friends of missing persons. Police services across Australia play a crucial role in responding to reports of missing people, complemented by non-government search agencies such as The Salvation Army and the Australian Red Cross. Since national research on missing persons was conducted ten years ago, there have been a range of initiatives to improve the response to reports of missing people, particularly in the promotion of a national approach. However, police data suggest there may be more people going missing than ever before, but until there are better data this cannot be clarified with any confidence. Similarly, risk factors amongst different groups of missing persons cannot be properly identified. The potential role of the non-government sector to assist searches and prevent people from going missing seems
A missing person is a person who has disappeared and whose status as alive or dead cannot be confirmed as their location and condition are not known. A person may go missing through a voluntary disappearance, or else due to an accident, crime, death in a location where they cannot be found (such as at sea), or many other reasons. In most parts of the world, a missing person will usually be found quickly. While criminal abductions are some of the most widely reported missing person cases, these account for only 2 5% of missing children in Europe. By contrast, some missing person cases remain unresolved for many years. Laws related to these cases are often complex since, in many jurisdictions, relatives and third parties may not deal with a persons assets until their death is considered proven by law and a formal death certificate issued. The situation, uncertainties, and lack of closure or a funeral resulting when a person goes missing may be extremely painful with long-lasting effects on family ...
A missing person is a person who has disappeared and whose status as alive or dead cannot be confirmed as their location and condition are not known. A person may go missing through a voluntary disappearance, or else due to an accident, crime, death in a location where they cannot be found (such as at sea), or many other reasons. In most parts of the world, a missing person will usually be found quickly. While criminal abductions are some of the most widely reported missing person cases, these account for only 2 5% of missing children in Europe. By contrast, some missing person cases remain unresolved for many years. Laws related to these cases are often complex since, in many jurisdictions, relatives and third parties may not deal with a persons assets until their death is considered proven by law and a formal death certificate issued. The situation, uncertainties, and lack of closure or a funeral resulting when a person goes missing may be extremely painful with long-lasting effects on family ...
The recent high profile visit of British Foreign Secretary William Hague and actress Angelina Jolie to Gisozi genocide memorial briefly drew the attention of the international media back to Rwanda and to the 19th anniversary of the start of the Rwandan genocide on 7 April. The photographs of the visitors in the memorials beautiful garden in Kigali provided a striking image as both figures paid tribute not only to those who were lost in 1994 but also to the victims and survivors.. The abiding slogan never again is often repeated at events such as these, but part of the commitment to ensuring that such events are never repeated is guaranteeing accountability for the atrocities of the past. To what extent do these words merely comprise useful phrases for formal occasions?. Efforts to address impunity for atrocities committed during the genocide have been multifaceted. In addition to the work of the UN International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR), Rwanda has made efforts towards justice in ...
Pristina, 9 March 1998 (RFE/RL) - Tens of thousands of ethnic Albanians today held one of their biggest demonstrations in a decade in Pristina -- capital of Kosovo province -- to protest the killin...
8. Healing Wounded People The following is excerpted from a lecture South African Justice Richard J. Goldstone delivered at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum on Jan. 27 1997. Goldstone was Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunals for the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda. He now sits on South Africas Constitutional Court. Judge Goldstone entitled his lecture Healing Wounded People, noting that too infrequently is justice looked at as a form of therapy for victims who cannot really begin their healing process until there has been some public acknowledgment of what has befallen them. Judge Goldstone has given his express permission to reproduce this article here. The one thing I have learned in my travels to the former Yugoslavia and in Rwanda and in my own country is that where there have been egregious human rights violations that have been unaccounted for, where there has been no justice, where the victims have not received any acknowledgment, where they have been forgotten, ...
TOTAL POLITICS, the magazine I am launching in June is looking for correspondents in Brussels, Australia, Berlin, Paris, Rome, Africa, the Middle East and Asia. Wed be looking for occasional freelance features on elections and political campaigning developments in each country or region, with the possibility of interviews and commissioned profiles. We already have a correspondent in Washington, and hopefully Moscow and New Zealand. If you are interested, or know someone who is, please send me an email ...
Allen & Overys Human Rights Working Group is pleased to publish the second issue of The Business and Human Rights Review…[It] includes a foreword by Justice Richard Goldstone (former Justice of the Constitutional Court of South Africa and chief prosecutor of the UN International Criminal Tribunals for the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda), articles by Sir Mark Moody-Stuart (Vice Chair of the UN Global Compact and former Chairman of the Royal Dutch/Shell Group), Dr. Puvan Selvanathan (member of the UN Working Group on human rights and transnational corporations) and Dr. Youseph Farah (University of Essex), and contributions from the Institute for Human Rights and Business and UNICEF, as well as from our own lawyers. Topics covered in this issue include, among others, the human rights considerations for businesses investing in Myanmar, the importance of Global Compact Local Networks in implementing the UN Guiding Principles, the experiences of companies implementing the Principles on Childrens ...
One-sided justice is underway at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR). The ICTRs Chief Prosecutor and the United Nations Security Council must take all necessary measures to correct the current trend and ensure impartial justice applying to crimes against humanity committed by all the parties- winners and losers. Six years after the creation of the ICTR, only those who lost power in Rwanda in 1994 have been indicted and are being prosecuted by the ICTR while the victorious Rwandan Patriotic Front (RPF)s notorious suspected war criminals enjoy total and complete impunity for crimes against humanity committed and still being committed in Rwanda since October 1990 and in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) since 1996. This selective form of justice has encouraged the RPFs military and political leaders to continue the killings of civilians without fear of prosecution. More than 3,000,000 Hutu civilians have already been killed by the RPFs armed wing, the Rwandan Patriotic ...
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On September 7, the Kosovo Liberation War Veterans Organization (OVL) announced that a parcel containing 4000 files from the Kosovo Specialist Chambers had arrived at their offices.. The Specialist Chambers are a special court with a mandate to look into allegations of war crimes committed in Kosovo during the war and immediate aftermath (1998-2000).. OVL said that the documents contained details from investigations into former KLA fighters, including the names of protected witnesses. Additionally, the Organization claimed that the documents proved that the Specialist Chambers is biased against Albanians and the lions share of the files were drafted with the support of or by the Serbian prosecution.. The day after the announcement, Kosovo Specialist Prosecutors Office investigators confiscated copies of the files.. This announcement comes at a time when a judge from the Specialist Court is expected to confirm the ten-count indictment filed against Kosovo president and former KLA leader Hashim ...
This post is based on the SCSL Press Release (Outreach and Public Affairs Office) of 26 April 2012 and includes only minor changes.. Charles Ghankay Taylor, the former President of Liberia, was convicted on 26 April 2012 on all counts of an 11-count indictment which alleged that he was responsible for crimes committed by rebel forces during Sierra Leones decade-long civil war. Trial Chamber II, presided by Justice Richard Lussick, found unanimously that Mr. Taylor aided and abetted RUF and AFRC rebels in the commission of war crimes and crimes against humanity in Sierra Leone. He is the first Head of State to be indicted, tried and convicted by an international tribunal.. Mr. Taylor was convicted on Count 1 for acts of terrorism (a war crime), on Count 2 for murder (a crime against humanity), on Count 3 for murder (a war crime), on Count 4 for rape (a crime against humanity), on Count 5 for sexual slavery (a crime against humanity), on Count 6 for outrages upon personal dignity (a war crime), ...
Until 2017, despite its obligations as an ICC member state, Afghanistan had not updated its 1976 Criminal Code to cover international crimes, which frustrated domestic efforts to deliver justice to victims of gross human rights violations.. In 2017, Afghanistan enacted a new criminal code incorporating provisions on war crimes, crimes against humanity, genocide, and the crime of aggression - the four core international crimes within the subject matter jurisdiction of the ICC. Such implementing legislation, which includes provisions on command responsibility as well as recruitment of soldiers under 18 years of age, will prove crucial to Afghanistans ability to address Rome Statute crimes within the domestic jurisdiction. The Criminal Code will enter into force in 2018.. At the request of the Afghan government, AIHRC charted an Action Plan for Peace, Reconciliation and Justice in Afghanistan, launched by President Hamid Karzai in 2006, to instruct that the commission of war crimes, crimes ...
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Canadian jurist Louise Arbour has been appointed the United Nations special representative of the secretary-general for international migration. Arbour was a justice of the Supreme Court of Canada, the chief prosecutor of the international criminal tribunals for the former Yugoslavia and for Rwanda and the UN high commissioner for human rights. The Canadian government issued…
A former military chaplain who used his position to influence and promote the abduction and killing of Tutsi refugees in Rwanda was found guilty of genocide and sentenced to 25 years in prison by the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda today.. Emmanuel Rukundo, 50, is one of two members of the clergy accused of orchestrating the killing of ethnic minority Tutsis during the Rwandan massacre in 1994 and was convicted by three judges for genocide, murder as a crime against humanity and extermination as a crime.. The tribunal, which prosecutes people accused of being involved in the Rwandan genocide, found that on at least four occasions in April and May 1994, Rukundo played an integral role in kidnapping and killing Tutsi refugees who sought shelter in a seminary.. The court found that Rukundo was present as soldiers in the Rwandan armed forces abducted and killed a woman in 1994 and was guilty of sexually assaulting another woman. The court said Rukundo had kept a list of local Tutsis ...
The complaint being considered by the ICC presents evidence of the systematic use of brutal violence, that at times resulted in the death of detainees, while in the custody of UK Services Personnel. And it claims there is evidence of brutality combined with cruelty and forms of sadism, including sexual abuse, and sexual and religious humiliation. It points to the widespread use of hooding, forcing people to remain in painful stress positions, sleep deprivation, noise bombardment and deprivation of food and water. These interrogation techniques were used by British soldiers in Northern Ireland before being banned in 1972. There are clear patterns of the banned techniques being used in a variety of different UK facilities [in Iraq] ... from 2003 to 2008, says the complaint. And evidence suggests that failures to follow-up on or ensure accountability for ending such practices became a cause of further abuse. The obvious conclusion is that such mistreatment was systematic ...
As a Christian Pacifist Activist, I decry the actions of the US government in enabling Saudi war crimes in Yemen.. But I seriously doubt that the Saudi, or US governments, will allow safe passage for innocent civilians, and this is why.. Do you remember the scene in the film Avatar, and I am paraphasing here, where the General decides to create a crater so deep in the memories of the Navi people, that they will never dare to fight against the mining coalition which is destroying their planet,, ever again?. This is precisely what the US and Saudi Government have, essentially, vowed to do in Yemen. They will create hundreds of killing fields, so that the people of Yemen, will never again fight their rule, and will be pacified into accepting whatever puppet government the Saudis and the US slide into Saana.. There will be no humanitarian aid with which to comfort those left standing; all we will see here, is a slaughter, courtesy of the genocidal Butcher of Yemen, Saudi Arabias Prince ...
The use of white phosphurus munitions in Iraq and Syria amount to war crimes. The US-led coalition must be held accountable for posing a high risk to civilians. Read more.
In a historic ruling, an international court found former Liberian President Charles Taylor guilty Thursday of aiding and abetting war crimes in Sierra Leone.
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On March 24, 1999, the eyes of the world turned to Kosovo as aircraft from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization began to bomb targets in the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. The start of NATOs air war against Yugoslavia was also the beginning of the bloodiest period in Kosovo since the end of the Second World War. In the twelve weeks that followed, Serbian and Yugoslav military, police, and paramilitaries expelled more than 850,000 ethnic Albanians from Kosovo, internally displacing several hundred thousand more.1 Many were robbed and beaten as they were forced from their homes, which were frequently looted and burned. Scores of women were raped. Thousands of adult males were detained, and many of them were executed, in some cases together with women, children, and the elderly, although the total number of civilians executed is still unclear (see section on Death Toll below). In more than a dozen mass killing sites, government forces tried to hide the evidence by destroying or removing bodies. ...
Hate speech is widely considered a precondition for mass atrocity. Since World War II a large body of case law has interpreted the key offenses criminalizing such discourse: (1) incitement to genocide; and (2) persecution as a crime against humanity. But the law has developed in a fragmented manner. Surprisingly, no volume has furnished a comprehensive analysis of the entire jurisprudential output and the relation of each of its parts to one another and to the whole. Atrocity Speech Law fills this gap and provides needed perspective for courts, government officials, and scholars. Part 1,
Youve missed documentaries so much that we ran out of full passes!. But for those who cant imagine the last week of March without Docudays UA, soon we are going to start selling the limited series of online passes for the online cinema on docuspace.org.. docuspace.org is the Docudays UA online cinema. It brings together a creative community of documentary filmmakers, human rights advocates, researchers, and everyone who appreciates documentary films. During the 18 Docudays UA, it will become the festival screening platform for various films and events!. Follow our updates!. ...
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Eltringham, Nigel (2014) Display, concealment and culture: the disposal of bodies in the 1994 Rwandan genocide. In: Dreyfus, Jean-Marc and Anstett, Élisabeth (eds.) Human remains and mass violence: methodological approaches. Manchester University Press, Manchester. ISBN 9780719096501 Eltringham, Nigel (2017) Nordics and Hamites: Joseph Deniker and the rise (and fall) of scientific racism. In: Rupnow, Dirk and Morris-Reich, Amos (eds.) The Concept of Race in the Humanities. Palgrave Macmillan, London, pp. 251-272. ISBN 3319499521 Eltringham, Nigel (2017) The judgement is not made now; the judgement will be made in the future: politically motivated defence lawyers and the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwandas historical record. Humanity. ISSN 2151-4364 ...
Erlinder: Defense lawyers now risk assassination in East Africa Special By Ann Garrison. + 07.15.2010 - Jwani Mwaikusa, law professor at the University of Dar es Salaam and defense lawyer at the International Criminal Tribunal on Rwanda, was gunned down...
The only way that Leopold managed to get away with what he was doing was through portraying his colonisation of Congo as a mission of humanitarian work to improve the lives of the natives. As a rich, affluent European with complete royal and white privilege, he could get away with anything without even an eyebrow being raised.. Once authorities finally figured out what was happening, punishments were justly made and the scandal spread throughout the countries. But the sad truth is, King Leopold II got away with these atrocities for almost 25 years with the deaths of an estimated 10 million+ Congolese nationals. It is generally accepted that more Africans were murdered under the rule of King Leopold II than Europeans murdered by Hitler in WW2. But the genocide of The Congo is not something that is widely known outside of Africa itself. These terrible atrocities may have been avoided if more people in power back in Belgium had questioned Leopold about where the wealth was coming from. ...
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Recalling its resolutions 827 (1993) of 25 May 1993, 1581 (2005) of 18 January 2005, 1597 (2005) of 20 April 2005, 1613 (2005) of 26 July 2005, 1629 (2005) of 30 September 2005, 1660 (2006) of 28 February 2006, 1668 (2006) of 10 April 2006, 1800 (2008) of 20 February 2008, 1837 (2008) of 29 September 2008, 1849 (2008) of 12 December 2008, 1877 (2009) of 7 July 2009, 1900 (2009) of 16 December 2009, and 1931 (2010) of 29 June 2010,. ...
Together with our partners the Grotius Centre (Leiden University Campus Den Haag) and the Coalition for the International Criminal Court (CICC), the Section of International Humanitarian Law and International Criminal Law of the TMC Asser Instituut organises the Supranational Criminal Law Lectures Series. The Supranational Criminal Law Lectures Series is a weekly lecture series (every Wednesday at 7 pm) which spotlights aspects of international criminal law of current interest. The series runs for two seasons each year (Autumn/Winter and Spring/Summer). ...
The victim was located in the Webb Hill area of St.George, Utah, in a cave. His boots had low wear, suggesting he may have traveled by horse, rather than on foot. He had an active pulmonary infection at the time of his death, perhaps contributing to it. No personal possessions were found on his person, or around the site where he located. Local newspapers were combed for missing persons during that time period. None were found.. ...
The hearing examined efforts by governments and their partners in clarifying the fate of persons missing within a number of OSCE participating States and partner countries, especially in the western Balkans and northern Caucasus. The hearing also appraised the adequacy of assistance to governments and other entities engaged in locating missing persons, the obstacles that impede progress in some areas, as well as how rule of law mechanisms help governments fulfill their obligations to the affected families and society in clarifying the fate of missing persons.