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Fighting impunity on all fronts 


Dear friends,

This month’s newsletter is testament to the wide scope of actions undertaken by TRIAL International to fight impunity on all fronts: from revealing the problematic trades of companies to representing victims in the courtroom, from documenting mass crimes to addressing the international community at the United Nations.  

Our organization is also dedicated to promoting good practices that can open new avenues for justice. With this intention, TRIAL International is excited to host a roundtable on universal jurisdiction on Friday 5 April. Bringing together experts and practitioners from across Europe, the discussion will focus on evidentiary challenges in universal jurisdiction cases. You are all warmly invited to join us for this event.

Thank you for your support and enjoy the read, 


TRIAL International's team 



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12 year sentence for a wartime rapist


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TRIAL International takes part in the new United Nations Action Plan by documenting alleged crimes and providing legal assistance to victims.  

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