1. Those keen to promote accountability in conflicts around the world are increasingly relying on fact finding bodies to provide necessary documentation which will ensure that those responsible for human rights abuses are brought to justice. The ‘Guidelines’, developed from inputs by more than 80 experts, provide a thorough and welcome framework to ensure clarity and consistency throughout the processes of creating, investigating, reporting and f...
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  2. In 2009, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights gave a new impetus to the ongoing discussions on the reform of the UN treaty bodies and the modernization of the UN human rights system. This impressive collection of essays is a response to the High Commissioner’s call, which joins initiatives by other stakeholders, from an academic perspective. The book has two parts: one presents reflections on the Treaty Body System and the second on the...
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  3. The United States of America has historically been regarded as a moral leader opening the pathway for human rights. The country which has long struggled for the establishment of the rule of law – as well as to be a model for other nations in observing it – has, since 11 September 2001 committed abhorrent practices of torture against which it has fought when committed by others. What seems astonishing is that such practices took place in the U....
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  4. This publication includes a survey of world conflicts that occurred between 1945 and 2008, the level of victimization they produced, and the subsequent post-conflict justice (ICJ) mechanisms which were applied. It is intended to show the scope of the problem faced by international criminal justice, and how the International Criminal Court needs to shape its mission and approach to address ICJ needs and expectations.
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