Mariana Casij Peña guides us through the fascinating experiment in transitional justice in Colombia.
How to make sure that local prosecutors are equipped to tackle atrocity crimes? Maxine Marcus, Kathy Roberts and Drita Hajdari explain.
A trial in Sweden for crimes committed in Iran shows the potential of universal jurisdiction in ensuring justice is served.
On the day of Gambia’s historic filing with the ICJ to ask Myanmar to ‘stop the genocide of the Rohingya’ Janet and Stephanie talk to Akila Radhakrishnan of the Global Justice Center
Our first live podcast with Alix Vuillemin and Dieneke de Vos on sexual harassment in international institutions #IWD2020.
Is it possible to get accountability for alleged war crimes in Yemen? Could European arms exporters be held responsible for the damage their bombs have done?
Away from war crimes Janet and Stephanie look at advocacy for justice, truth and reparations in Ireland where thousands of unmarried women were forced into mother and baby homes run by the church or the state.
How is Canada facing up evidence of cultural genocide with the discovery of mass graves at former residential schools for indigenous children?
What the verdict on former Serbian Secret Service officials Stanišić and Simatović can tell us about the future of prosecution of war crimes in Serbia.
What’s the ICC’s state of health as the new prosecutor takes over? Diane Orentlicher and Dire Tladi discuss the big problems facing the court.
Incoming ICC Prosecutor Karim Khan talks about justice for Iraqi minorities after his three-year long position as Head of UNITAD.
Janet and Stephanie discuss Lebanon’s issues with ensuring accountability with Olga Kavran (ex-STL) and Aya Majzoub from Human Rights Watch
We discuss the first ever Darfur trial at the ICC, with the confirmation of hearing of Ali Muhammad Ali Abd-al-Rahman for war crimes and crimes against humanity.
As IJMonitor stops watching the ICC, we ask Taegin Reisman and Jennifer Easterday why should we monitor atrocity crimes trials?