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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Milan and Smilja Vidovic, who decided to donate organs of their deceased son to both Bosniaks and Serbs. (Still from New Life documentary by IWPR)
17 Dec 2013
Banja Luka audience moved by IWPR film on parents’ decision to donate son’s organs without regard for ethnic divides.
Ratko Mladic in the ICTY courtroom. (Photo: ICTY)
13 Dec 2013
Former military chief declined to appear voluntarily in Hague tribunal.
Vidoje Blagojevic, defence witness in the Karadzic trial. (Photo: ICTY)
13 Dec 2013
Vidoje Blagojevic served lengthy sentence after being convicted for his role in the massacre.
Reynaud Theunens, prosecution witness in the Mladic case. (Photo: ICTY)
13 Dec 2013
Reynaud Theunens has previously testified numerous times for Hague prosecutors.
Vujadin Popovic, Ljubomir Beara, Drago Nikolic and Vinko Pandurevic in the ICTY courtroom. (Photo: ICTY)
6 Dec 2013
Lawyers claim numerous elements of the judgements were flawed.
Reynaud Theunens, prosecution witness in the Mladic case. (Photo: ICTY)
6 Dec 2013
Expert’s analysis concludes that wartime commander played instrumental role.
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