Category Archives: Rights of victims

Côte d’Ivoire : Non à l’amnistie pour les crimes les plus graves de la crise de 2010-11

Ligue ivoirienne des droits de l’Homme – LIDHO Mouvement ivoirien des droits humains – MIDH Action pour la protection des droits humains en Côte d’Ivoire – APDH Réseau acteurs ivoiriens des droits humains – RAIDH Coalition ivoirienne des défenseurs des droits humains – CIDDH Club Union Africaine Forum de la société civile ouest-africain Côte d’ivoire […]

Côte d’Ivoire: No Amnesty for Serious Crimes of 2010-11 Crisis

Ligue ivoirienne des droits de l’Homme – LIDHO Mouvement ivoirien des droits humains – MIDH Action pour la protection des droits humains en Côte d’Ivoire – APDH Réseau acteurs ivoiriens des droits humains – RAIDH Coalition ivoirienne des défenseurs des droits humains – CIDDH Club Union Africaine Forum de la société civile ouest-africain Côte d’ivoire […]

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International Justice Trends in Microcosm at the OPCW – Three Observations as States Adopt ‘Attribution Mechanism’

International Justice Trends in Microcosm at the OPCW – Three Observations as States Adopt ‘Attribution Mechanism’ by Matt Cannock   On June 27th 2018, the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons’ (‘OPCW’) Conference of States Parties held a ‘Special Session’ which established an ‘Attribution Mechanism’ at the OPCW. The Special Session was held at […]

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Evidence of sexual violence against men and boys rejected in Ongwen

Guest opinion piece writer Dr. Rosemary Grey, Amnesty’s Legal Adviser Jonathan O’Donohue and International Criminal Justice Clinic student Leonard Krasny reflect on the Trial Chamber’s recent decision to reject requests by victims’ lawyers for three victims to present evidence of sexual violence against boys and men.

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The Philippines: Rome Statute withdrawal illogical and futile

Matt Cannock, Head of Office of Amnesty International’s Centre for International Justice, comments on the Philippines’ withdrawal from the ICC and its consequences for victims of international crimes committed in the country.

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Philippines: ICC must examine ‘war on drugs’ crimes

The International Criminal Court must urgently open a preliminary examination into crimes against humanity committed in the Philippines during Duterte’s murderous “war on drugs”, says Amnesty International.