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5 Mistakes You Don't Know You're Making on Facebook

Yesterday, Facebook notified me that I have been on the site for 8 years, and I think it’s safe to say that my social networking skills have progressed since I first started using it in 2008. 1,116 more words

International Nuremberg Principles Academy Summer School 2016: My Experience

Between August 1 and 12 2016, I had the pleasure of attending the International Nuremberg Principles Academy Summer School for Junior Professionals. A cursory look at the programme schedule which had been sent ahead had made me very expectant, particularly with regards to the calibre of the speakers, their varied backgrounds and the thematic areas to be covered. 1,437 more words

The Lady Lawyer

International Criminal Court Places New Emphasis on Addressing Destruction of the Environment

In what may amount to be another tool in Sea Shepherd Legal’s arsenal, the Office of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) announced on Thursday a… 244 more words

Marine Wildlife

Africans, African Leaders and the ICC.

The International Criminal Court (ICC) was established by the Rome Statute which is an international treaty/agreement binding on countries who are signatories to and ratify the convention. 691 more words

Africa

The Unfortunate Failures of the International Criminal Court

By Matt Walsh, III Form

The Unfortunate Failures of the International Criminal Court

For advocates of human rights, peace, and equality, the International Criminal Court (ICC) seemed to be an ultimate solution to acts of violence, hatred, and greed. 1,058 more words

Season 3

Seeking Justice Over Peace: What Palestine’s Membership in the ICC Really Means for Israel and the United States

The most recent skirmish in the decades-long Arab-Israeli conflict may be transpiring in the legal arena rather than on the battlefield, but it is no less vicious in nature. 1,473 more words

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International justice and the role of the International Criminal Court

Mattia Cacciatori is a Ph.D. Researcher at the University of Bath, UK. His research lies at the crossroads of international relations and international law, and focuses on the role of the International Criminal Court (ICC) as a security agent. 1,458 more words

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