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ICC Appeals Chamber confirms Lubanga’s liability for US$ 10 million in reparations to war victims

ICC Appeals Chamber confirms Lubanga’s liability for US$ 10 million in reparations to war victims

REDRESS welcomes today’s decision of the International Criminal Court (ICC) Appeals Chamber on reparations to victims of Thomas Lubanga Dyilo (Lubanga), settling the question of Lubanga’s liability for US$10 million for reparations for victims in the case. Lubanga, former leader of the Union des PatriotesCongolais/Forces Patriotiques pour la Libération du… Read More

FINANCE OFFICER (Full-Time) – London

REDRESS is an international human rights organisation based in London and The Hague that represents victims of torture to obtain justice and reparation. We bring legal cases on behalf of individual victims of torture, and advocate for better laws to provide effective reparations. Our cases respond to torture as an… Read More

Internship

REDRESS is seeking applications from excellent graduates, postgraduates and individuals in the early stages of their careers with a strong background in international human rights law to contribute to its work in The Hague. We seek to provide REDRESS interns with the experience of working in an NGO, and so… Read More

UK Supreme Court hears appeal in case of Agnes Reeves Taylor

UK Supreme Court hears appeal in case of Agnes Reeves Taylor

The UK Supreme Court is today and tomorrow hearing an appeal in the case of R v Agnes Reeves Taylor. Ms Taylor is charged with seven counts of torture and one count of conspiracy to commit torture, allegedly committed during the first Liberian Civil War in 1990. Redress is participating… Read More

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