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The future of international criminal justice

August 8, 2016

By: Henry Redwood In December 2015 the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) delivered its final verdict with the “Butare” appeals judgement.  The trial had found that 6 defendants, including a mother and son, were responsible for the death, rape and suffering of tens of thousands people throughout Butare prefecture during the Rwandan genocide in … Continue reading “The future of international criminal justice”

Transitional justice: Reflections on the state of the field

August 4, 2016

By: Henry Redwood Image Credit: Shuttershock   In 1992 Ruti Teitel coined the phrase “Transitional Justice” (TJ) to capture a new project sweeping through Latin America, where mechanisms like Truth Commissions were being used to usher in peaceful democracies after decades of violence.[1] The 1990s saw a proliferation of these types of responses to mass … Continue reading “Transitional justice: Reflections on the state of the field”


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