[mili]war crimes and impunity/accountability

On October 14th the International Criminal Court (ICC) announced the issue of arrest warrants for 5 leaders of the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA), the rebel group in Northern Uganda. These are the first arrest warrants issued by the Court.
Women's Initiatives for Gender Justice have recently initiated a collaborative research project with the University of Sydney, Australia on use of the Rome Statute to advance and promote women’s human rights domestically.
Les associations de femmes appellent au rejet de la charte de paix et de réconciliation.
We recently conducted a gender training seminar for the Registry of the ICC, specifically for staff dealing with victims and witnesses, reparations and participation issues, and security personnel.
A personal report back on the vigil of Women in Black in the main square of Belgrade on the anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre.
In June 1995, I was finishing off my book on refugees from former Yugoslavia, "The Suitcase," (University Press of California), interviewing women and men of different nationalities, wherever they came from and wherever they had been displaced.
This paper critically examines how both the US Occupation and Islamic extremism threaten women's rights and lives.
Three days of hearings investigating various issues related to the war on Iraq, such as the legality of the war, the role of the UN, war crimes and the role of the media, as well as the destruction of the cultural sites and the environment.
Last week the ICC held consultations on the draft Regulations of the Registry. These regulations relate to the implementation of the Registry’s mandate and responsibilities as outlined in the Rome Statute.
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