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A day to remember: Ongwen's trial starts on 6 December

Tomorrow, 6 December, the trial against Dominic Ongwen will start before Trial Chamber IX of the International Criminal Court (ICC). Ongwen’s trial follows the ICC’s… 983 more words


The Office of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court highlights the ‘environment’ in case selection and prioritisation

Once again I have occasion to post to this the Roundtable.  I am working on a short piece for the Australian Environment Review on the recent Policy Paper released by the Office of the Prosecutor the International Criminal Court on case selection and prioritisation.   222 more words

International Environmental Law

What underlies the EU cooperation with Sudan?

Since the migrants’ crisis has erupted, several civil society organisations and associations engaged in the protection of human rights have felt concerned by the EU migration policy. 821 more words

Conflicts & Insecurity

South Africa to Leave International Criminal Court

By Alma Burke

Since reforming its government of apartheid and its election of Nelson Mandela as president in 1994, South Africa has become an international symbol of hope and justice throughout Africa. 612 more words

Editor's Notes

Philippine President Duterte threatens human rights activists

By  Marlon Ramos – Reporter / @MRamosINQ

Philippine Daily Inquirer / 12:02 AM November 30, 2016

President Duterte has threatened to kill human rights activists critical of his war on illegal drugs and called warnings he could be charged in the International Criminal Court (ICC) for the bloody campaign “bullshit.” 1,135 more words

Just Because You're Paranoid......

‘Something interesting landed in my inbox the other day. It’s not unusual to get an email from Microsoft informing you of potential unauthorised activity on your account. 539 more words

Criminals & Other Scum