Filmmaker Lisa Clifford on the trial of Germain Katanga
Journalist Danny Kemp on witnessing war crimes in Ukraine
Experts from Canada discuss the state’s responsibility for crimes against humanity against indigenous children and the efforts to find the truth.
How can the ICC have jurisdiction over wr crimes that happen in places that are not members of the court? Kevin Jon Heller explains in this re-run.
Who are the activists behind the climate cases we are covering? What motivates them?
Ecocide is a concept that has been brought into sharp focus with the destruction of the dam in Ukraine. What is it and how might it work at the ICC?
What next for Felicien Kabuga, unfit to stand trial for the Rwandan genocide, but possibly facing an alternative procedure never before heard of in international criminal tribunals.
What is Vanuatu asking at the ICJ about states obligations to prevent climate change? Margaretha Wewerincke-Singh explains.
Universal Jurisdiction cases for atrocity crimes – are they the new norm?
This week the international justice community has been brought together in mourning by the passing of Benjamin Ferencz. Ferencz served as the chief prosecutor for the United States Army during the Einsatzgruppen trial, one of twelve trials for war crimes and crimes against humanity part of the Nuremberg Trials. Later in his career Ferencz became a champion for the establishment […]