International Justice - ICTY

A flagship of IWPR programming, and one of our longest continuing initiatives, our International Justice program seeks to extend public understanding of, and support for, international justice processes – with a focus on affected regions. For the Balkans, and the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, IWPR continues to produce weekly reports, while recently launching a weekly radio program, Facing Justice, broadcast across the region. For the International Criminal Court, IWPR is working with African journalists from the target countries of Sudan, DR Congo, and Uganda, producing reporting and radio programming, hosting training exchanges in The Hague and public debates in the regions in association with civil society groups.

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Radovan Karadzic in the ICTY courtroom. (Photo: ICTY)
31 Jan 2014
Defendant wants investigation into his assertion that private conversations were monitored.
Serbian former police chief Vlastimir Djordjevic in the ICTY courtroom. (Photo: ICTY)
31 Jan 2014
Judges reverse a number of former deputy interior minister’s convictions relating to Kosovo conflict.
Ratko Mladic in the ICTY courtroom. (Photo: ICTY)
29 Jan 2014
Former Bosnian Serb army chief declines to give evidence when required to appear at trial of his one-time political superior.
24 Jan 2014
Technical alterations lead to cuts in some sentences for four defendants.
Ljubisa Beara testifing on behalf of wartime Bosnian Serb president Radovan Karadzic at the ICTY. (Photo: ICTY)
24 Jan 2014
Witness tells Karadzic judges he was far away when mass killings took place.
Panelists at an IWPR round table on the Bosnian census, held on December 20 in Sarajevo. (Photo: IWPR)
18 Jan 2014
Experts say the process was manipulated to suit political ends and stir ethnic tensions.
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