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We are pleased to welcome back International Justice Tribune (IJT), the online magazine previously published by Radio Netherlands Worldwide.
IJT is being published by a new organisation based in The Hague, the Justice Tribune Foundation, which shares its new offices with the Institute for War and Peace Reporting in The Hague. By sharing our expertise and networks, IWPR-Netherlands and IJT will be able to bring you high-quality, independent news from the sector and drive the debate on international justice.
Created ten years ago by an international team of journalists, IJT will deliver:
- Reliable information, by expert correspondents and analysts, in a condensed four-page format, keeping you abreast of events at the international courts, national courts, truth commissions and universal jurisdiction trials;
- A unique database of over 1,000 articles chronicling 15 years of developments in international justice. This is a unique, well-organised archive for researchers, legal professionals, politicians and journalists.
The online magazine will rely on the support of its readers to become self-sustaining. As before, it will be funded by subscriptions. Please register here to express your support and to ensure you receive the first issue of IJT free of charge in March.
IJT has been founded with initial support from the Open Society Foundation, the Dutch Foundation for Democracy and Media, and the Institute for War & Peace Reporting.
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