Never Again Rwanda is a human rights and peace-building organization that was founded in response to the 1994 genocide perpetrated against Tutsis. Guided by a vision of a nation where citizens are agents of positive change and work together towards sustainable peace and development, they aim to empower Rwandans with opportunities to become active citizens…
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The unique UPR Info‘s Database of Universal Periodic Review (UPR) recommendations and voluntary pledges allows you to access and search all UPR recommendations and voluntary pledges accross several categories: State under Review, Recommending State, Regional Group, Organisation, Response UPR cycle, Thematic Issues, and Type of Action
This webpage features a history and introduction to international war crimes tribunals, which are courts of law established to try individuals accused of war crimes and crimes against humanity.
Programmes produced by the International Criminal Court concerning the cases, proceedings, informative sessions, press conferences, outreach activities and other events at the Court.
The Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals (the MICT) was established by the United Nations Security Council on 22 December 2010 to carry out a number of essential functions of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) and the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) after the completion of their respective mandates.
A project of the Open Society Justice Initiative, this website is a collaborative effort to provide reporting and analysis of the trial of Efrain Rios Montt and Mauricio Rodriguez Sanchez.
United to End Genocide offers a list of tools to help start campaigns, hold events and build networks. These resources can help with hosting events, film screenings, how to lobby, and how to get media attention.
International criminal law, though not quite as comprehensively codified or as widely ratified by States as international human rights obligations, is relevant to the study and protection of international human rights because it, generally, is aimed at punishing acts which affect fundamental human rights, namely: life, liberty, and security. This factsheet provides definitions and resources for further research.
The International Coalition for the Responsibility to Protect (ICRtoP) was founded on 28 January 2009 by representatives of eight regional and international non-governmental organizations (NGOs).The Coalition brings together NGOs from all regions of the world to strengthen normative consensus for RtoP, further the understanding of the norm, push for strengthened capacities to prevent and halt…
This Human Rights Watch guide explains the structure of the International Criminal Court (ICC) and asserts that NGOs can continue to show support for the ICC by sharing information with the public and the Court, and aiding victims and witnesses.