ICC - International Criminal Court
Years active: 2005-2015
IWPR is at the forefront of media interventions in situations of human suffering and mass abuses around the world. It gives a voice to the vulnerable and delivers crucial analysis on conflict and impunity to both a local and global audience. As the leading news agency reporting on international justice and human rights, IWPR makes an important contribution to the value and effectiveness of local judicial mechanisms as well as international legal institutions such as the International Criminal Court (ICC).
Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda says there are reasonable grounds to look into crimes allegedly committed during 2008 conflict.
Lord’s Resistance Army commander Dominic Ongwen appears at the Hague court.
High-profile failure exposes weaknesses in the way the court runs investigations, but also a lack of international resolve to make it work.
Multi-ethnic group running a saving and loans network says it has helped mend relationships following the 2008 violence.
Allowing a presidential staffer to sit on the selection board for top police chiefs looks like a reverse for efforts to depoliticise the force.
Government urged not to politicise or oversimplify deep-rooted problems.
Show highlights failings in the justice process and provides vital information on reporting crime.