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Uganda conflict survivor helps communities find ‘ways forward’
New Government Should Investigate Massacres: Niger
Israel demolished 58 Palestinian facilities, built 5,000 settlement units in Jerusalem so far
Reject ‘Political Victimization’ Findings: Sri Lanka
Prioritize Justice for Serious Crimes: DR Congo
ICC and Ewha Womans University, School of Law, sign Memorandum of Understanding
Killings, ‘Disappearances’ in Military Operations: Mali
Ongwen Case: ICC Trial Chamber IX to deliver sentence on 6 May 2021- Practical information
US Should Prioritize Rights, Civilian Protection: Afghanistan
OPCW Charges Syrian Regime with Chemical Weapons Attack
UK armed forces bill would limit war crimes accountability: UN rights chief
UN Rights Chief urges UK Parliament to amend proposed law that limits accountability for torture and other war crimes
Nazi-hunter calls on RSL to stop honouring SS-led Nazi collaborators on ANZAC Day
Charges against journalist and co-defendants still detained after court freed them must be dropped, say UN experts
Denmark’s designation of Syria as ‘safe’ is dangerous, inhumane, and illegal
Integrating defence, development and diplomatic efforts to bring sustainable peace in Mali
Secretary-General welcomes US decision to lift sanctions against ICC officials
Ntaganda case: ICC Appeals Chamber confirms conviction and sentencing decisions
OSCE Head of Mission to Bosnia and Herzegovina UK response
Specialist Local Government Watchdog Appointed
Grim 10-year anniversary of ‘unimaginable violence and indignities’
UN Human Rights Council 46 Interactive Dialogue with UN Commission of Inquiry on Syria
UN Human Rights Council 46 Interactive Dialogue with Group of Eminent Experts on Yemen
UN Human Rights Council 46 Interactive Dialogue with High Commissioner for Human Rights on Sri Lanka
Penn State Behrend to host series of Holocaust-themed talks
Life after conflict in Central African Republic
When UN freezes your assets
New ICC ruling ‘opens door’ for justice in occupied Palestine – Independent UN expert
Welcoming Verdict in Case Against Dominic Ongwen for War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity
Nine-year old Ugandan forced to commit ‘horrendous acts’ as child soldier
Warlord found guilty of crimes against humanity in northern Uganda – ICC
UN rights commission welcomes ‘first steps’ towards transitional justice institutions
Rights expert welcomes transfer of war crimes suspect to ICC
Attorney General appoints Andrew T. Cayley as Chief Inspector of HMCPSI
Two UN peacekeepers killed in an ambush in Central African Republic
Peacekeepers under attack again in Mali, as one Egyptian blue helmet dies, another seriously injured
Assange must be given safe passage home
Doctors welcome Julian Assange Court win
Nuremberg tribunal UK statement
SAS soldiers responsible for war crimes must lose more than their medals
Disturbing and shameful allegations of war crimes must be made public
Syria Sanctions Designations
25th anniversary of Srebrenica genocide UK statement
Libyan nightmare: To be or not to be divided
Statement by Minister of Foreign Affairs on Srebrenica Memorial Day
Foreign Secretary Statement on 25th Anniversary of Srebrenica Genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Fate of journalism and Julian Assange
Prosecutor appointed to District Court