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General Assembly 2022 : Useful Information and Documents

24.05.2022 - (Last modified: 02.06.2022)
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The members of TRIAL International are invited to its General Assembly, thereby contributing to shaping the organization's future.  The 2022 General Assembly will take place on Thursday 2 June from 6:30pm until 8:30pm in TRIAL International's office in Geneva. Agenda of the 2022 General Assembly 1. Approval of the agenda and minutes of the 2021 General Assembly...
United Nations recognizes Nepal’s responsibility on the torture and extra-judicial killing of a minor in 2004 Will the...
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Geneva, the 23rd of May 2022 – In the framework of the European day against impunity for crimes of genocide, crimes agai...
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EU: Bolster Justice Efforts Worldwide EU Day Against Impunity Highlights Prospects, Challenges (Brussels, May 23, 202...
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As the Gambian government is working on finalising in the coming weeks the white paper that will provide the roadmap for...
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Geneva, April 21, 2022. On Tuesday, the Kananga garrison military court delivered its verdict in the...
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Berlin, April 21, 2022. The opening of the first German trial  for serious crimes committed in Gambia...
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Respect for international humanitarian law must prevail over the quest for profits! According to information publishe...
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Geneva, 12 April 2022 - A mobile court opens today in Bana Ba Ntumba, Democratic Republic of Congo, to prosecute those a...
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With developments seen in more than 60 cases across 16 jurisdictions, the year 2021 highlights the growing importance of...
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Umm Sayyaf

04.04.2022
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Facts Umm Sayyaf and her husband, Abu Sayyaf al-Iraqi (Abu Sayyaf), a senior ISIL leader, are accused to have enslaved at least seven Yazidi girls and American aid worker Kayla Mueller in their home in Al-Shaddadi, Syria. While enslaved, they were allegedly subjected to torture, rape and sexual violence, beatings, and starvation. Umm Sayyaf allegedly routi...

Ahmad al-Y

04.04.2022
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Facts Ahmad al-Y commanded Ahrar al-Sham fighters and took part in an offensive in the city of Hama in April 2015. During this time, he allegedly subjected persons who were hors de combat to humiliating and degrading treatment by posing with the corpse of an enemy fighter and kicking the body of another. In addition, he appeared in a video, posted on YouTube,...
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