Category Archives: Funding

The Awful Truth About Holocaust Reporting – And Its Legacy

The history of genocide reporting is both fascinating and frustrating. There are few things more difficult to accurately portray – through film, newspapers, blogs or photography – than the so-called “crime of crimes“. Acts of mass violence are complicated and … Continue reading

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JiC’s 2011 International Criminal Justice Awards!

For the pursuit and project of international criminal justice, 2011 has been nothing short of extraordinary. We will almost surely still be talking about 2011 in 2031. This past year has brought an unprecedented – and even surprising – level … Continue reading

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Final thoughts from the ASP – Austerity and the ICC

Teddy Nicholson gives his final thoughts on the Assembly of the States Parties to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court. His focus is on the controversial negotiations which resulted in a smaller than hoped for budget for the … Continue reading

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The ICC, Funding, and Bensouda: A Response from, and to, Dov Jacobs

Dov Jacobs, one of the sharpest and most thoughtful commentators on issues of international criminal law and justice, has a few new posts up at his must-read blog, Spreading the Jam. In his latest piece, Dov considers and takes aim … Continue reading

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$ome (Potentially Very) Bad News for the ICC

Over the last week, member states of the International Criminal Court have gathered in New York City. They had a lot on their plate: select a new Prosecutor, select a new set of judges and decide on the Court’s budget. … Continue reading

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Justice in Syria: Underground Funding of the ICC

According to Borzou Daragahi of the LA Times, at least one unnamed Western government is funding a fact-finding operation in Syria in order to gather evidence which may eventually be used against Syrian President Bashar Assad in a case before the … Continue reading

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International Justice Day: Some Thoughts on The Year Ahead for the ICC

Greetings from Gulu, northern Uganda and happy International Justice Day to readers of Justice in Conflict! Predicting which issues the Court will face in the next year may be a futile effort. Who, at this time last year, would have … Continue reading

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