Experts from Canada discuss the state’s responsibility for crimes against humanity against indigenous children and the efforts to find the truth.
Brittan Heller, Shirin Anlen, Sarah Zarmsky discuss opportunities and challenges of digital reconstructions in international courts
Conflict related sexual violence and gendered crimes – the basics – discussed by Professors Valerie Oosterveld and Kim-Thuy Seelinger
Janet and Stephanie assemble a panoply of lawyers, activists and on-the-ground observers to talk about the Ongwen appeals decision at the ICC
Reed Brody on his book To Catch a Dictator: how together with victims got justice for former dictator of Chad Hissène Habré
Anya Neistat and Eva Buzo discuss dangers of over-documentation and best practices in contexts like Rohingya refugee camp Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh and Ukraine.
Torture and other crimes amounting to crimes against humanity are being committed in the North Korean penal system, says the NGO Korea Future which documents the alleged abuses
How did Guatemalan indigenous women achieve success in a rape case against former paramilitaries with Marlies Stappers and Brisna Caxaj
How to make sure that local prosecutors are equipped to tackle atrocity crimes? Maxine Marcus, Kathy Roberts and Drita Hajdari explain.
How is Canada facing up evidence of cultural genocide with the discovery of mass graves at former residential schools for indigenous children?
Janet and Stephanie talk to Sarah Kasande about what victim communities in northern Uganda made of Dominic Ongwen’s two hour statement to the ICC ahead of his sentencing
Appeals judgments ar a chance to look at the bigger picture of legal developments at the ICC – Janet and Stephanie discuss Ntaganda sexual and gender-based crimes and modes of liability, and Gbagbo acquittal.
It’s the biggest job in international justice: prosecutor of the ICC. Who will the next one be? Janet and Stephanie talk to the candidate Fergal Gaynor
How gender crimes feature at the trial of a Malian jihadist at the International Criminal Court for war crimes and crimes against humanity.
Janet and Stephanie wrap up the annual meeting of the International Criminal Court – the ASP – with help from Emma Bakkum of PILPG, who has been monitoring discussions about a new strategic review.
There’s plenty to cover at the ICC’s annual meeting. Janet and Stephanie recap the first day.
Janet goes AWOL and interviews another woman with an asymmetrical haircut. Kenyan journalist JJ Wangui who lets victims of sexual violence tell their stories
We discuss the trial of former Chadian dictator Hissene Habre with journalist Celeste Hicks