Torture is a global phenomenon, and REDRESS is active in many different parts of the world. We currently have over 60 active cases and projects in 38 countries worldwide including in Sub-Saharan Africa, the MENA region, Europe, Asia and the Americas: In the Americas, we work in the Inter-American human… Read More
By Valérie Paulet, TRIAL International Project Coordinator; Noemi Manco, TRIAL International Communications Officer * Read UNIVERSAL JURISDICTION ANNUAL REVIEW 2019 Mass crimes, remote locations, protection of victims and witnesses, procedural obstacles, outreach. Those are just some of the challenges inherent to universal jurisdiction cases. From gathering evidence to… Read More
Today we are excited to announce the launch of a new edition of the Universal Jurisdiction Annual Review (UJAR). With universal jurisdiction on the rise, this year’s review analyses the unique challenges faced when investigating and prosecuting cases remotely. The report was researched and written by TRIAL International, in collaboration… Read More
The fifth edition of the Universal Jurisdiction Annual Review covers universal jurisdiction cases from 16 countries, including France, Germany, Sweden, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Ghana and Argentina. It aims to highlight the solutions and good practices that have emerged in 2018. The report has been researched and written by TRIAL International,… Read More
No time to wait: Realising Reparations for Victims before the International Criminal Court highlights the Court’s efforts and challenges in bringing to life the progressive reparations provisions enshrined in its legal texts. The report applauds the progressive steps that the ICC has taken in consolidating its case law on reparations,… Read More
Un nouveau rapport de REDRESS qui indique que le système d’octroi des réparations devant la CPI doit être plus rapide dans l’octroi de réparations aux victimes. Read it in English here Suite à l’octroi de réparations dans trois cas devant la Cour pénale internationale (CPI) (Lubanga, Katanga… Read More
A new REDRESS report finds that the ICC reparation system needs to move more quickly to deliver reparations to victims En Français ici With reparations awards made in three cases before the International Criminal Court (ICC) (Lubanga, Katanga and Al Mahdi) and submissions on reparations in the… Read More
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 either London or The Hague.