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Liesbeth Zegveld

* The author is grateful to Nataša Nedeski for her contribution to this article. 1 ‘For the Sake of Doing Justice for the Victims’ One day before the trial against the former president of Ivory Coast, Gbagbo, started at the International Criminal Court, in January 2016, the prosecutor Fatou

Luke Moffett

1. Introduction The International Criminal Court (ICC) established in 1998 represents the supposed pinnacle of international criminal justice with its global jurisdictional reach and innovative provisions. One of the key advances at the ICC has been its provisions for victims to be

Benjamin Perrin

1 Introduction Only a fraction of the millions of contemporary victims of genocide, crimes against humanity, and war crimes have had their perpetrators held accountable. Prior to the creation of the International Criminal Court ( icc ), victims played a limited role in international criminal

Nessa Lynch

offender (see e.g. Kilkelly, 2008; Cunneen et al ., 2017 ). There is, rightly, much discussion of how such children may often be more appropriately categorised as victims themselves, because of parental or state abuse and neglect, mental and physical health problems, lack of educational opportunities

Stathis N. Palassis

prosecutions establishing individual criminal responsibility for the international crimes committed during the Yugoslav Wars. These international initiatives have not, however, focused on other functions of international criminal justice. In particular, they have not provided the victims with financial

Amissi M. Manirabona and Jo-Anne Wemmers

victimization, when compared with other forms of criminal victimization, is well-known among those interested in international humanitarian law. This can be seen by its recognition in the Basic Principles and Guidelines on the Right to a Remedy and Reparation for Victims of Gross Violations of International

Thi Nga Le

victims of crime, one purpose of the law must be to ensure the legitimate rights and interests of children are protected. Helping children avoid unfavourable consequences in the future is particularly important in protecting children’s rights. The principal objectives of criminal justice for children

Luke Moffett

legislation, the creation of the International Crimes Division and the first international crimes trial of Thomas Kwoyelo. 1 The emphasis of this article is on a more victim-orientated perspective, as the icc is often extolled for its ‘innovative’ victim provisions of participation, protection and

Dianne Scullion

or whether a paternalistic approach is taken and children are viewed only as victims when they are discovered in domestic work. If the approach is geared toward protection of the child at the expense of the child’s autonomy, it must be asked whether this approach is necessary as an either/or choice

Polina Smiragina

This chapter forms part of research on the invisibility of male victims of human trafficking, which will form the basis for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy at the University of Sydney. This research addresses social issues such as alienation, suppression, oppression, gender discrimination and gender inequality towards male victims of Human Trafficking who have been exploited for different purposes and by different means; who in accordance with the Trafficking Protocol fall under the definition of victims of human trafficking but are facing discriminative conduct on the part of the law enforcement, assistance and aid organizations and, thus, may not have access to support services. This chapter will look at a case of misidentification of a male victim of human trafficking and offer a review of literature that looks at trafficking of men. This chapter establishes a gap in research as well as in the aid sector and demonstrates that male trafficking constitutes a considerable part of the human trafficking flow.