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DRC: TRIAL intervenes as expert in reparations case
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Could the ordeal of Lemera’s victims finally end? An unrelated case before African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Righ...
No, Mr. Trump: torture can never be legal
President Trump’s support for torture goes against everything TRIAL International fights for. In a recent television in...
Burundi: a “standardised crisis”?
The country showed no sign of improvement in 2016, perpetuating a detrimental situation for human rights. By definition,...
From ICC to Universal Jurisdiction: the battle against impunity for sexual crimes
The relevance of universal jurisdiction for torture or genocide has been widely acknowledged in the last few years. Time...
International Day for Human Rights: persisting and persevering
We celebrate the International Day for Human Rights at the close of a rough year for international justice. In spite of...
Call it for what it is: why rejecting the term “genocide” is not merely a legal debate
Bosnia & Herzegovina
On the 68th anniversary of the Convention against Genocide, Bosnia and Herzegovina is still struggling to come to terms...
France convicts Rwandan national for genocide, other States should follow its example
The District Court of Bobigny (France) upheld a guilty verdict against Pascal Simbikangwa for genocide and crimes agains...
ICC withdrawals: international justice needs our unbending support
South Africa’s withdrawal from the International Criminal Court (ICC), followed closely by Gambia and Burundi, has made...
Enforced Disappearances: didn't we say ‘never again’?
40 years of struggle against enforced disappearances have resulted in meaningful progress, but the phenomenon remains on...
The case of Kumar Lama is actually good news for international justice
Despite his acquittal, the trial of Colonel Kumar Lama in the United Kingdom goes to proving the relevance of universal...
Nepal: the shapes of impunity
“It is forbidden to kill; therefore all murderers are punished unless they kill in large numbers and to the sound of tru...
Burundi’s missed opportunity risks closing off dialogue
Burundi deserted its examination before the United Nations Committee against Torture (CAT) midway. One can only regret t...
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