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Author: Ken Gee-kin Ip

rights in practice. 4. VictimsReparation 4.1. Effectiveness of the Collective Reparation at ECCC Rule 23(1)(b) of the ECCC Internal Rules allows victims to seek only ‘collective and moral reparations’, presumably as opposed to individual or material reparations. Also, Internal Rule 23

In: International Criminal Law Review
Reflections on Global Law provides an interesting and vital look into the newly emerging field of global law. It allows the possibility for readers to discover global law from the perspective of various academic experts who stem from a whole range of different legal disciplines.
In a globalised world, it is important that one is able to look beyond the "local", given that there are now a whole host of different types of jurisdictions at work. This book touches upon the interdisciplinary character and complexities of global law and demonstrates the further need, within academia, to delve into this newly emerging field of law.
Written by one of the world's pioneers and leading authorities on international criminal law, this text book covers the history, nature, and sources of international criminal law; the ratione personae; ratione materiae--sources of substantive international criminal law; the indirect enforcement system; the direct enforcement system; the function of the international criminal court; rules of procedure and evidence applicable to international criminal proceedings; and the future of international criminal law.

This textbook is fully updated, comprehensive, easy to read, and ideally suited for classroom use.
Also available as paperback: isbn 9789004186446
Written by one of the world's pioneers and leading authorities on international criminal law, this text book covers the history, nature, and sources of international criminal law; the ratione personae; ratione materiae--sources of substantive international criminal law; the indirect enforcement system; the direct enforcement system; the function of the international criminal court; rules of procedure and evidence applicable to international criminal proceedings; and the future of international criminal law.

This textbook is fully updated, comprehensive, easy to read, and ideally suited for classroom use.
Also available as hardback: isbn 9789004264977
Systems in Place and Systems in the Making. Second Revised Edition
Reparations for Victims of Genocide, War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity: Systems in Place and Systems in the Making provides a rich tapestry of practice in the complex and evolving field of reparations, which cuts across law, politics, psychology and victimology, among other disciplines.
Ferstman and Goetz bring their long experiences with international organizations and civil society groups to bear. This second edition, which comes a decade after the first, contains updated information and many new chapters and reflections from key experts. It considers the challenges for victims to pursue reparations, looking from multiple angles at the Holocaust restitution movement and more recent cases in Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Americas. It also highlights the evolving practice of international courts and tribunals.
First published in a hardbound edition, this second, fully revised and updated edition, is now available in paperback.
Author: Bucher, Andreas

of International Law Volume: 372 Brill | Nijhoff, Leiden | Boston, 2015 ISBN: 9789004289376 © 2015 by Hague Academy of International Law and Koninklijke Brill NV, Mots clefs, Keywords International crimes | International criminal justice | Victims | Reparation for damage | Trials | Universal

Author: Bucher, Andreas

Bucher, Andreas, Keywords: International crimes | International criminal justice | Victims | Reparation for damage | Trials | Universal jurisdiction | Civil jurisdiction | Civil justice | Access to justice |, Mots clefs:, Universal jurisdiction has preoccupied the international community

Author: Sam Garkawe

- men and children, were given special consideration in the rules developed by the ICTY and ICTR. 17 The Ž nal innovation was that for the Ž rst time an international criminal court made an attempt to facilitate victim reparation or compensation. 18 It is perhaps appropriate to ask at this point why was

In: International Criminal Law Review
Author: Gioia Greco

Registrar has developed a standard form, which simplifies the procedure. Similarly, the Registry has submitted a standard application form for victim reparation. Lubanga case , Pre-Trial Chamber decision of 28 August 2006, ICC-01/04-01/06. Likewise, the Registry has submitted a standard application form for

In: International Criminal Law Review