Molly Quell gives us the lowdown on Advisory Opinions at the International Court of Justice.
How have female jihadis returned from Islamic State been prosecuted across Europe.
French cement company LaFarge faces charges of complicity in crimes against humanity. What’s chnaging in corporate responsibility for human rights violations?
We discuss the lengthy legal case and conviction of Suriname’s ex-president with Reed Brody.
All you need to know about this week’s blockbuster ICJ hearings, on South Africa’s case accusing Israel of genocide in the Gaza war.
We look back at some of our most thought provoking episodes from 2023 and play you some of the highlights.
Justice for victims of the Jammeh dictatorship in the Gambia is happening, but not in Banjul. We look at three universal jurisdiction cases.
New developments across Europe with investigations resulting in court cases about atrocities committed during Syria’s civil war.
We preview the hot topics to be addressed at the ICC annual meeting.
We discuss how to prove and prosecute alleged war crimes committed during military campaigns in a court of law.
The latest in our Eco Files series examines the issue of climate change at the International Tribunal of the Law of the Sea.
We explore how International Humanitarian Law can be applied to the current Israel Hamas conflict.
We speak with Immi Tallgren about her book ‘Portraits of Women in International Law’.
Are Russian hacking attacks on Ukraine infrastructure war crimes and could they be charged at the ICC? Lindsay Freeman talks us through the issues.
Dr. Melanie O’Brien discusses Armenia’s judicial moves to stop alleged genocide in Nagorno-Karabakh.
A rare case of corporate responsibility for war crimes in Sudan, prosecuted in Sweden against Lundin oil executives.
A new treaty – MLA – has been agreed to get states to investigate and try alleged war criminals