Opinion

  • Burundi: ICC withdrawal will not derail wheels of justice

    Amnesty International’s International Justice Team consider Burundi's withdrawal from the ICC and its consequences for victims of international crimes committed in…

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  • Laurent Gbagbo, interim release, and the ‘interests of justice’

    Chiara Loiero, Legal Assistant at Amnesty International’s Centre for International Justice, considers the ICC Appeals Chamber’s recent decision to reject…

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  • Al Mahdi case: women and girls must not be excluded from reparation

    Adrienne Ringin, a student of University of Melbourne Law School’s International Criminal Justice Clinic, highlights important gender concerns arising in…

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  • Time for the ICC to Rethink Its Approach to Victims’ Legal Representation

    In this first guest opinion piece, Michael Adams and Liz Evenson discuss the key findings of Human Rights Watch’s recent…

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  • The Special Criminal Court in the Central African Republic (ENG/FR)

    Senior Legal Advisor Erica Bussey reports on recent progress in establishing the Special Criminal Court for Central African Republic and…

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  • Justice Delayed in Afghanistan: A failure of OTP preliminary examination?

    As we launch our Human Rights in International Justice Project, Solomon Sacco, Deputy Director of Law and Policy, asks: will…

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