A VICTIM’S RIGHT TO TRUTH AND THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT (ICC) Summary Project Report

Authors: Davis, H. and Klinkner, M.

Publisher: Bournemouth

Abstract:

This project seeks to identify and explore the practical and jurisprudential difficulties that may follow from attempting to integrate the ‘right to truth’ into the procedures of the ICC. Its main research question is: what are the central problems, practical and theoretical, of giving effect to victims’ rights to truth in the context of the juristic-forensic approach to transitional justice; specifically - the investigation, trial and remedial procedures of the International Criminal Court?

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/21025/

Source: Manual

Preferred by: Melanie Klinkner and Howard Davis

A victim’s right to truth and the International Criminal Court (ICC) Summary Project Report

Authors: Davis, H. and Klinkner, M.J.

Publisher: Bournemouth University

Abstract:

This project seeks to identify and explore the practical and jurisprudential difficulties that may follow from attempting to integrate the ‘right to truth’ into the procedures of the ICC. Its main research question is: what are the central problems, practical and theoretical, of giving effect to victims’ rights to truth in the context of the juristic-forensic approach to transitional justice; specifically - the investigation, trial and remedial procedures of the International Criminal Court?

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/21025/

Source: BURO EPrints