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The Case Law Database (“CLD”) is a gateway to the jurisprudence of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (“ICTR”), the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (“ICTY”) and International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals (“IRMCT”) Appeals Chambers.

It provides direct access to extracts of key judgements and decisions rendered by the ICTR, ICTY, and IRMCT Appeals Chambers since their inception, as well as to full-text versions of the corresponding appeal judgements and decisions.

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The aim of Human Rights Pulse is to build a platform that brings together human rights practitioners, policymakers, thinkers, campaigners, and influencers to raise awareness of current human rights issues around the world and to promote solution-oriented discussion.

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Justice for All is actively engaged in partnership building, interfaith dialogue and advocacy for human rights, peace and justice. Since 2012, their focus has been to raise awareness regarding the persecution of ethnic and religious minorities in Burma. They promote policies that protect religious freedom, address the root causes of mass displacement, and recognize the…

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مواطنة تدافع عن حقوق الإنسان من خلال توثيق الانتهاكات، المساندة القانونية للضحايا، الضغط والمناصرة، رفع الوعي وبناء القدرات.

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The Syrian Legal Development Programme (SDLP) works to promote human rights and the rule of law to minimize the negative humanitarian consequences of the Syrian conflict. SDLP’s projects are specifically tailored in order to meet the needs of both organizations and individuals working on the ground in conflict areas, address wider legal voids and gaps…

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This report provides the most detailed published account to date of criminal investigations into many specific brigades and battalions responsible for large numbers of alleged false positive killings, lays out the now substantial evidence that senior army officers were responsible for many of the killings, and assesses the obstacles that so far have impeded such officers from being held accountable. Based on an extensive review of criminal case files, judicial rulings, and data on prosecutors’ investigations into false positives; witness testimony, much of it previously unpublished; and our interviews with more than 40 prosecutors, witnesses, victims’ family members, and lawyers, among others.

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This paper focuses on citizen security and organized crime in the region and their effects on democratic governance, human rights, and economic development. It represents one of three papers commissioned by the Woodrow Wilson Center on the nature and dynamics of organized crime in Central America and its connections to broader criminal networks in Mexico and the Andean region.

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Provides a detailed description regarding the format and processes involved in the Special Tribunal for Lebanon investigating the circumstances of the death of former Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri in the hopes to inform and therefore engage the public to lend legitimacy to the tribunal.

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Update on the Special Tribunal for Lebanon, acknowledging the Tribunal’s three-year extension as of March 1, 2015, and also broadly detailing the results of the Tribunal so far as well as providing some background on the case in particular and on post-war tensions in Lebanon in general.

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With differing systems in place and a review underway, Mariana Pena – legal officer for international justice with the Open Society Justice Initiative – explores the application process for victims to participate in ICC proceedings in this guest post.

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