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Gacaca courts versus the international criminal tribunal for Rwanda and national courts: lessons to learn from the Rwandan justice approaches to genocide
The 20th century witnessed several wars and genocides worldwide. Notable examples include the Armenian and Jews genocides which took place during World War I and World War II respectively. The Rwandan genocide of 1994 is ...
Self-referrals to the international criminal court: legal analysis, case studies and critical evaluation
(University of the Western Cape, 2017)
The main contributor of situations before the International Criminal Court (hereinafter ICC) has been state parties that have referred situations on their own territory to the ICC through “self-referral”. This study examines ...
Prosecuting the three core crimes: Complementarity in light of Africa’s new international criminal Court.
(University of Western Cape., 2019)
The principle of complementarity forms the basis upon which the International Criminal Court (ICC) exercises its jurisdiction. This principle of international law first appears in the Preamble to the Rome Statute and ...