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Scrutinising the modes of responsibility under the Rome statute : settling the dust
(University of the Western Cape, 2015)
A critical appraisal of the criminalisation and prosecution of sexual violence under international criminal law
(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, ...
The historical path of the crime of aggression and the first ICC review conference
(University of the Western Cape., 2011)
Objective of the study – The primary goal of this research study was to investigate and document the evolution and historical development of the crime of aggression. Design / methodology / approach – The research study ...
Uganda's response to the phenomenon of enforced disappearances and the transitional justice response in Uganda
(University of the Western Cape, 2017)
Enforced disappearances are a heinous violation of numerous human rights enshrined in many international conventions. However, they have not been adequately addressed in many jurisdictions. This crime is very common ...
Is ‘the policy element’ a legal requirement under international criminal law for crimes against humanity?
(University of the Western Cape, 2014)
The precise legal definition of crimes against humanity has always been elusive since their first codification in the IMT Charter in 1945. Jurisprudence applying the definition has reflected the uncertainty especially with ...