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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Reynaud Theunens, prosecution witness in the Mladic case. (Photo: ICTY)
6 Dec 2013
Expert’s analysis concludes that wartime commander played instrumental role.
A mosque and a church in Pocitelj, Bosnia and Herzegovina. (Photo: Simon Jennings/IWPR)
6 Dec 2013
Politicians rush to claim triumph for their own particular group, even though census data on ethnicity hasn’t come out yet.
Vojislav Seselj in the ICTY courtroom. (Photo: ICTY)
2 Dec 2013
Accused says it is wrong for a new judge to be appointed late in the day.
ICTY 20th anniversary conference in Sarajevo. (Photo: ICTY)
2 Dec 2013
Victims’ groups unhappy with recent rulings.
Milenko Todorovic, witness in the Mladic trial. (Photo: ICTY)
29 Nov 2013
Former officer says detention facilities were readied for 1,000-1,200 Bosniaks, but the plan suddenly changed.
Momcilo Krajisnik, defence witness in the Karadzic trial. (Photo: ICTY)
15 Nov 2013
Bosnian Serb wartime politician Momcilo Krajisnik accuses the other side of seeking conflict.
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