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Russian soldiers (including a sniper) in Georgia. A Russian flag flutters in the wind.
Georgia, the ICC's testing ground for Ukraine
For the Kremlin, Georgia was a testing ground for what is being played out today in Ukraine on a larger scale, and for the International…
Drawing of Massamba Gueye
Massamba Gueye: “We need a Truth and Reconciliation Commission on restitutions between Africa and Europe”
JUSTICE INFO IN-DEPTH INTERVIEWS Massamba Gueye Director of the Kër Leyti House of Orality and Heritage "I have no master," claims storyteller and teacher Massamba…
Harouna Daouda Dia is interviewed at his home by 2 people
Restitutions to Senegal: "We must consult the people"
In Senegal, a Fulani violinist is restoring the identity to an instrument collected 175 years ago by abolitionist Victor Schœlcher. The instrument is part of…
laboratoire deberlinisation
Restitutions: Senegal takes the African Union ‘lead’
"The restitution of our stolen heritage will remain at the heart of our agenda," said Senegal's president on Saturday, February 5, as he took the…
Transitional justice
Bernard Ntuyahaga
Major Ntuyahaga’s “perpetual spring”
Bernard Ntuyahaga and his family saw his return to Rwanda, from which he had fled for 24 years, as a path to certain death. The…
Hissène Habré
Habré's death: Final blow or wake-up call for reparations?
Prior to Chadian ex-president Hissène Habré’s death on Tuesday, nothing was moving on the reparations for victims ordered after he was convicted. The seizure of…
War decay in Tskhinvali (South Ossetia / Georgia)
Georgia: Focus on Bensouda’s flagship probe five years on (2/2)
Five years ago, the International Criminal Court opened its first investigation outside the African continent, in Georgia. This is a highly symbolic investigation for Prosecutor…
War in South Ossetia (Georgia)
Georgia: Focus on Bensouda’s flagship probe five years on (1/2)
Five years ago, the International Criminal Court (ICC) opened its first investigation outside the African continent, in Georgia. This investigation is eminently symbolic for Prosecutor…
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ICC Victims Fund: Waiting for Godot in Georgia
ICC TRUST FUND SERIES - EPISODE 6 Georgia was the first place outside the African continent selected by the International Criminal Court for investigation. Twelve…
Eric Emeraux: "Terrorism and hate crimes have made international crimes part of our daily lives"
JUSTICEINFO.NET IN-DEPTH INTERVIEWS Éric Émeraux Former head of the French Central Office for the Fight against Crimes against Humanity For three years, Colonel Eric Emeraux…
Indigenous Peoples: The Norwegian Truth Commission's timid first steps
Truth commissions for indigenous peoples are growing, not copying but inspired by each other. After Canada and Greenland, and as Finland decides to do the…
Justice Info's ASP external event: Ecocide, the ICC and multilevel litigation for a global crisis
ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICEEcocide, the ICC and multilevel litigation for a global crisis A Justice Info debate THE HAGUE, DECEMBER 3, 2019 - 6:30 PM - GRAND…
Françoise Mathe: The traps of universal jurisdiction
JUSTICEINFO.NET IN-DEPTH INTERVIEWS Françoise Mathe Criminal lawyer at the Toulouse Bar and co-founder of Lawyers without Borders (ASF) France This Thursday, November 7, a new…
Jean-Pierre Massias: “The Canadian commission is a new model for transitional justice”
JUSTICEINFO.NET IN-DEPTH INTERVIEWS Jean-Pierre Massias Professor of public law at the University of Pau and president of the Institut francophone pour la justice et la…
Week in Review: Landmark trials and landmark struggles for transitional justice
Transitional justice, the focus of our website, is still a little understood concept, according to Kora Andrieu, an expert in the field. “The problem with…
Week in Review: Transitional Justice Debates from Tunisia to Rwanda
Several hot debates took place this week on transitional justice, a field that is naturally controversial because still developing and often faced with extreme situations…
The Week in Review: Rwanda and France
 France this week started its second trial linked to the 1994 genocide in Rwanda, with two Rwandan mayors in the dock. The two accused are…
CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC WANTS TO LEARN LESSONS FROM HABRE TRIAL
Bangui, May 25, 2015 (FH) – The Central African Republic (CAR) wants to learn lessons from the Extraordinary African Chambers (EAC), set up within the…