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Author: Ken Gee-kin Ip

Court should not adopt a sceptical view towards victims’ participatory rights and sacrifice them easily henceforth. 3.3. The ‘Extent’ of the Victim Population Represented by Civil Party in ECCC Proceedings – The Requirements for Admissibility of Civil Party Application The extent to which the

In: International Criminal Law Review

’, is a difficulty of the definition. See also Aubry/Henao, supra note 69, pp. 10-11; and Rabat Report, supra note 63, pp. 58-59. 72)   Decision on Appeals against Orders of the Co-Investigating Judges on the Admissibility of Civil Party Applications , D404/2/4 of 24 June 2011, para. 86. In

In: International Criminal Law Review

also Ciorciari and Heindel, Hybrid Justice (n 6) 212–215. 52 Case 002 , ‘Decision on Appeals against Orders of the Co-Investigating Judges on the Admissibility of Civil Party Applications’, Pre-Trial Chamber, D404/2/4, 24 June 2011, para. 86 (hereinafter ‘Case 002 PTC Civil Party Admissibility

In: Reparations for Victims of Genocide, War Crimes and Crimes against Humanity

the crimes charged is the only defining and at the same time limiting criterion for the admissibility of civil party applications in proceedings. 229 In the same spirit, the ECtHR’s Practice Direction on Just Satisfaction Claims sets forth the requirement for a clear causal link between the damage and

In: The Standing of Victims in the Procedural Design of the International Criminal Court