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The Emerging "System" of International Criminal Justice

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Published on Apr 15, 2010

Is there a system of international criminal justice, with the International Criminal Court now at its center? What might be its component parts, and how do these many institutions and actors best align their work? In this five-minute video, leaders from across the field discuss and debate the role of police organizations, NGOs, regional courts and the ICC within this dynamic infrastructure of actors who are working to advance complementary goals.

Featuring: Patricia O'Brian, United Nations Under-Secretary-General; Christian Wenaweser, Assembly of States Parties; Peter Slort, Amsterdam Police; Christopher Stone, Harvard Kennedy School; William Pace, Coalition for the International Criminal Court; Sergio García Ramírez, Inter-American Court of Human Rights; Patrick Robinson, International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia; Dinah L. Shelton, Inter-American Commission on Human Rights; Erik Fribergh, European Court of Human Rights; Luis Moreno-Ocampo, International Criminal Court; Silvana Arbia, International Criminal Court.

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