In an aerial view, rescue workers and forensic police carry exhumed bodies from unidentified makeshift graves at the Pishanske cemetery on September 23, 2022 in Izium, Ukraine. A total of 447 bodies was exhumed from the gravesite, including 22 soldiers and 5 children, and the bodies will be examined by forensic officials for possible war crimes.
In an aerial view, rescue workers and forensic police carry exhumed bodies from unidentified makeshift graves at the Pishanske cemetery on September 23, 2022 in Izium, Ukraine. A total of 447 bodies was exhumed from the gravesite, including 22 soldiers and 5 children, and the bodies will be examined by forensic officials for possible war crimes. © Paula Bronstein/Getty Images

Ukraine Justice Report - Issue 9

27 September 2022

IWPR's Frontline Updates – unique insights from our network of local reporters and updates from our programmes.

IWPR’s weekly Ukraine Justice Report provides an overview of key events and links to essential reading from Ukrainian and international reports alongside dedicated IWPR reporting and analysis.

Rescue workers and forensic police exhume bodies from unidentified makeshift graves at the Pishanske cemetery on September 21, 2022 in Izium, Ukraine.
Rescue workers and forensic police exhume bodies from unidentified makeshift graves at the Pishanske cemetery on September 21, 2022 in Izium, Ukraine. © Paula Bronstein/Getty Images
INTERVIEW

Investigating Izyum’s Mass Graves

Large teams of forensic experts work together with law enforcement officers and criminologists to collect evidence for future trials.
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War torn buildings blight the skyline in Borodianka Ukraine. The towns around the capital were heavily damaged following weeks of brutal war as Russia made its failed bid to take Kyiv.
War torn buildings blight the skyline in Borodianka Ukraine. The towns around the capital were heavily damaged following weeks of brutal war as Russia made its failed bid to take Kyiv. © Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

Can Ukrainians Sue Russia for War Damages?

Legislative solutions sought to help lift long-standing obstacles to pursuing the Russian government in national courts.
UKRAINE JUSTICE BRIEFING

Tuesday, 27 September ‘22

This week’s overview of key events and links to essential reading.

•  UN: “War Crimes Committed in Ukraine”
•  Progress on Genocide Case
•  New ICC Collaboration Law
•  Ukraine Works on Special Tribunal on Aggressio

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