The International Criminal Court: Recommendations on Policy and Practice

Financing, Victims, Judges, and Immunities

The papers presented in this volume deal with important aspects of how the ICC will consider significant areas of concern such as the participation of victims and witnesses, the financing of the Court, election of judges, and the immunity of the United Nations and its officials.

All those concerned with how the new International Criminal Court will establish itself as a credible forum for dealing with a difficult docket of cases involving genocide, torture, mass displacement of peoples, and other crimes against humanity will find this volume of interest.

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Thordis Ingadottir is a research associate with the Project on International Courts and Tribunals, Center on International Cooperation, New York University.