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Dr Ellie Smith

  • ecsmith at bournemouth dot ac dot uk
  • Researcher On AHRC Funded Project
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Journal Articles

  • Smith, E., 2012. “Investigating Rape at the International Criminal Court and the impact of Trauma”. Issues in International Criminal Justice.
  • Smith, E., 2011. “The impact of trauma on recall, evidence and testimony”. Access Bulletin, Journal of the Victims’ Rights Working Group, Coalition for the International Criminal Court.
  • Smith, E., Granville Chapman, C. and Moloney, N., 2004. “Excessive Force During Removal of Immigration Detainees”. Journal of Clinical Forensic Medicine.

Chapters

  • Smith, E., 2020. “Trauma in the Witness Stand: Effective Evaluation of Trauma-Impacted Testimony at the ICC”, in Viviane Dittrich and Alexander Heinze (eds), ‘The Past, Present and Future of the International Criminal Court’, International Nuremberg Principles Academy (forthcoming, 2020). In: Dittrich, V. and Heinze, A., eds. ‘The Past, Present and Future of the International Criminal Court’. Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher.
  • Smith, E., 2020. Victim Testimony at the ICC: Trauma, Memory and Witness Credibility. In: Jasini, R. and Townsend, G., eds. Advancing the Impact of Victim Participation at the ICC: Bridging the Gap Between Research and Practice. unknown.
  • Smith, E., 2017. “Victims in the Witness Stand: Socio-cultural and Psychological Challenges to the Achievement of Testimony”. In: Szabo, K.T.J. and Hirst, M., eds. '‘Victim Participation in International Criminal Justice’. Springer.
  • Klinkner, M. and Smith, E., 2015. The right to truth, appropriate forum and the international criminal court. Current Issues in Transitional Justice: Towards a More Holistic Approach. 3-29.
  • Smith, E., 2004. “A legal analysis of rape as torture in the international and regional (non-European) fora”. In: Peel, M., ed. ‘Rape as a Method of Torture’. Medical Foundation for the Care of Victims of Torture.
  • Smith, E., 2004. “A legal analysis of rape as torture: Article 3 ECHR and the treatment of rape within the European system”,. In: Peel, M., ed. 'Rape as a Method of Torture'. Medical Foundation for the Care of Victims of Torture.

Conferences

  • Smith, E., 2020. Victim Testimony at the ICC: Trauma, Memory and Witness Credibility. In: Advancing the Impact of Victim Participation at the International Criminal Court: Bridging the Gap Between Research and Practice 4 October 2018 Oxford University.

Reports

  • Smith, E., 2018. Getting the Story: Working with Victims of Conflict, Human Rights Abuses and Trauma. Radio Film. Available from: https://www.radiofilm.co.uk/impact.
  • Smith, E., Mahmood, F. and Ndagire, J., 2017. Cooperation between Civil Society Actors and Judicial Mechanisms in the Prosecution of Conflict Related Sexual Violence: Guiding Principles and Recommendations. International Nuremberg Principles Academy.
  • Smith, E., Patel, N. and MacMillan, L., 2010. A Remedy for Torture Survivors in International Law: Interpreting Rehabilitation. Medical Foundation for the Care of Victims of Torture.
  • Smith, E. and Boyles, J., 2009. Justice Denied: The experiences of 100 torture-surviving women of seeking justice. Medical Foundation for the Cre of Victims of Torture.
  • Smith, E., Granville-Chapman, C. and Moloney, N., 2004. Harm on Removal: Excessive Force against Failed Asylum Seekers. Medical Foundation for the Care of Victims of Torture.
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