Duress as a defence in international criminal law: from Nuremberg to article 31(1) (d) of the Rome statute of the international criminal court
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Redressing female victims of sexual violence: possibilities for gender-specific reparations at the International Criminal Court Pia, Christina Kalus (University of the Western Cape, 2011)This paper is about the reparations regime of the International Criminal Court and reparations possibilities for victims of sexual violence. It will contain a legal analysis of the reparations system of the Court, including ...
Exploring the differences and similarities in sexual violence as forms of genocide and crimes against humanity Wakefield, Lorenzo Mark (2009)Even though sexual violence has always been a part and parcel of conflicts and atrocities throughout the ages, it never found any interpretation by subsequent tribunals who were responsible for prosecuting offenders.The ...
A critical appraisal of the criminalisation and prosecution of sexual violence under international criminal law Akia, Brenda (University of the Western Cape, 2011)Sexual violence leaves the victims psychologically traumatised and stigmatised in the eyes of its community. Used on a large scale, sexual violence can destabilise a society as a whole and when used during armed conflicts, ...