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The Anti Human Rights initiative: What are we talking about?
In less than a week, the Swiss people will have decided. But what exactly? “Swiss law instead of foreign judges...
Sexual violence: the hidden face of the Burundian crisis
Uta Simon recently served as gender advisor and investigator of sexual and gender-based violence on the UN Commission of...
Between discrimination and empowerment: testimony of a human rights defender in DRC
Democratic Republic of the Congo
What does it mean to be a woman in the Democratic Republic of Congo? What does everyday life of a human rights defender...
Prosecutors on the Front Line: A Q&A with Terry Beitner of the Canadian War Crimes Unit
In partnership with the Philip Kirsch Institute and the Canadian Centre for International Justice. Joseph Rikhof is the...
Commission of Inquiry on Burundi: 4 questions to understand its conclusions
13.09.2018 - (Last modified: 14.09.2018)
On 5 September 2018, the UN Commission of Inquiry on Burundi (CoI) released its second – and possibly final –...
Dare to dream: how NGOs inspire the fight against impunity
Thomas Unger joined the Board of TRIAL International in May 2018. A lecturer at the Geneva Academy, he has over 15 years...
Sarita Sharma: a family torn by war
In April 2018, the United Nations recognized the arbitrary detention of Nepali citizen Sarita Sharma. Helena Rodríguez-B...
“Resistance vis-à-vis transitional justice is normal”
Dr. Briony Jones is an Associate Professor in International Development at the University of Warwick (United Kingdom), a...
Civil society is the cornerstone of international justice
Today marks 20 years since the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC) was adopted. The ICC receives sign...
International justice: a last resort for some, troubles for others
The conviction of Eshetu Alemu last December for war crimes has brought to light the opportunities offered to victims of...
Gathering expertise to fight sexual violence
On 19 June, on the occasion of the International Day for the Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict, TRIAL In...
Sexual violence against males: still taboo
Bosnia & Herzegovina
Over the past several years, sexual violence against males has periodically reached the headlines (Guantánamo, Sri Lanka...
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