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Rendre justice aux victimes de violations des droits humains dans des contextes fragiles tels que la République centrafricaine (RCA) est difficile pour des raisons liées non seulement à la stabilit

Parce que les processus de justice transitionnelle sont complexes, politiquement contestés et pas nécessairement linéaires, ils présentent des défis théoriques et pratiques uniques pour mesurer leu

Alors que les défenseurs des droits humains et les représentants des États reconnaissent de plus en plus la nécessité d’impliquer les enfants dans les processus de recherche de la vérité, il y a un

Actuellement, Haïti fait face à plusieurs défis concernant la corruption, l’État de droit et la stabilité du pays.

Les excuses publiques officielles constituent un élément important de toute politique de justice transitionnelle.

Selon la loi, la Côte d’Ivoire est tenue de fournir des réparations à la fois aux victimes de la crise qui a secoué le pays après les élections présidentielles de 2010 et celles des diff érents épisod

Selon la loi, la Côte d’Ivoire est tenue de fournir des réparations à la fois aux victimes de la crise qui a secoué le pays après les élections présidentielles de 2010 et celles des diff érents épisod

Le Centre International pour la Justice Transitionnelle (ICTJ) vient de publier un nouveau guide pour les néophytes, les journalistes et les activistes, qui les conduit à travers le dédale de la «

Ce rapport offre une compréhension de la situation actuelle et dresser un état des lieux des poursuites engagées et jugements intervenus dans le traitement judiciaire de la crise postélectorale en Côte d’Ivoire. Il identifie les obstacles juridiques et politiques aux poursuites national...

Le rapport ci-joint, rédigé par l’ICTJ et la Fondation Kofi Annan, explore les postulats courants sur les raisons qui ont conduit à la création des commissions de vérité dans le sillage des conflit

This briefing paper summarizes the findings of an ICTJ report (by the same name) on the judicial response to international crimes in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

This report analyzes the response of Congolese judicial authorities to international crimes committed in the territory of the Democratic Republic of the Congo from 2009 to 2014, with a particular f

This briefing paper analyzes and reflects on the development of the ICC prosecutor’s strategy and application of procedural rules, since operations began at the International Criminal Court more than a decade ago. The mixed results of the court’s first cases, which arise from the situat...

This briefing paper provides an overview of the proceedings against Thomas Lubanga before the International Criminal Court since the start of the prosecutor’s investigation in 2004 until the 2012 decisions of Trial Chamber I concerning the verdict, the sentence, and reparations. It iden...

This paper provides a description of the brief proceedings against Callixte Mbarushimana and Sylvestre Mudacumura before the International Criminal Court.

This briefing paper provides an overview of the proceedings against Germain Katanga and Mathieu Ngudjolo before the International Criminal Court. The conviction and sentence against Katanga signifies first final judgment of the ICC.

This booklet presents information on how and when sexual violence committed in time of conflict becomes an international crime. Employing a simple question-and-answer format and illustrations, it is designed for those working in the field to assist survivors of sexual violence in the De...

This briefing paper focuses on establishing a credible approach to accountability and human rights in a post-conflict Syria.

This publication provides an overview of the essential best practices guiding the main aspects of a truth commission, answering basic questions relating to its goals, powers, operations, framework,

The Special Tribunal for Lebanon is an internationalized court that will sit in the Netherlands and seek accountability for a specific set of crimes in Lebanon.

During a period of ethnic strife in Burundi, several hundred thousand people lost their lives or were displaced. Now political actors must address the issue of security security reform.

Two years after the first election in the Republic Congo (DRC) since independence, the country can at a crossroads.

Two years after the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) held its first elections since independence, the country is at a crossroads.

Seven years have passed since the Democratic Republic of Congo has ratified the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court without satisfying the obligation imposed on States parties to take

Treatment of historical legacies of discrimination against Aboriginal groups in Canada (First Nations, Inuit, Métis) currently focuses on settlement for abuses committed against Aboriginal children

Everywhere worldwide in 2008, part of potential in this area has grown through national courts and international efforts to search for truth, reparation programs and reform of security institutions

Collective reparations are conceived from the perspective of who they are meant to benefit.

Background on the 2004 ICC arrest warrant for Bosco Ntaganda, wanted for war crimes allegedly committed in the DRC including civilian massacres and the recruitment of child soldiers.

Since 1996, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has experienced constant war. The most serious crimes were committed and continue to be committed, particularly in the eastern region.

Situation brief on the International Criminal Court's prosecution against Thomas Lubanga, the former leader of the Union des Patriotes Congolais (UPC) who has been charged with genocide and crimes

Background on the role of amnesty in processes of transitional justice and the 2009 DRC Amnesty Law.

Background on conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and the Central African Republic (CAR) in the context of Jean-Pierre Bemba’s trial at the International Criminal Court (ICC).

ICTJ calls on African states parties to the International Criminal Court to ensure fair and effective justice for serious crimes committed against Africans and others.

Situation brief on the International Criminal Court's pretrial hearings on whether to pursue charges against Jean-Pierre Bemba for crimes his troops allegedly committed in the Central African Repub