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Civil society organisations call on Ukraine to Fully Align its Domestic Legislation with International Criminal Law and International Humanitarian Law

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Fifth EU Day Against Impunity for genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes: An opportunity to boost states’ commitment to fighting impunity and justice for victims

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The process of selection of judge for nomination to ICC lacks transparency and includes flaws says the Georgian national Coalition for the ICC

UNIVERSAL JURISDICTION LAW AND PRACTICE IN FINLAND

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Open Society Justice Initiative in partnership with TRIAL International

Report: Universal Jurisdiction Annual Review 2020

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TRIAL International in collaboration with REDRESS, the European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights and the International Federation for Human Rights.
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Universal Jurisdiction Annual Review 2020

Universal Jurisdiction Law and Practice in Norway

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Open Society Justice Initiative in partnership with TRIAL International.

AFPCU: Recommendations for the ASP18

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Association Française pour la promotion de la compétence universelle
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Meet our Members: Civil Society's role in Georgia: Interview with Ms. Nino Tsagareshvili

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Creeping Borders and Abductions: "The Actions of Occupying Forces in Georgia Constitute Gross Human Rights Violations," Says Civil Society Organizations

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10 Years after the August War: Victims of the Situation in Georgia

Role of International Community in Ratification of the Rome Statute by Ukraine

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ULAG, HRA, CCL

Ratification of the Rome Statute or Declaration under Article 12(3)?

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ULAG, IRF, GRC

VICTIMS OF THE SITUATION IN GEORGIA

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Georgian Young Lawyers’ Association,Article 42 of the Constitution, Human Rights Center, Justice International, The Georgian Center for Psychosocial and Medical Rehabilitation of Torture Victims (GCRT)
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8TH MARCH: INSPIRING WOMEN GLOBALLY

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In January 2016, the ICC opened an investigation into war crimes and crimes against humanity allegedly committed between 1 July and 10 October 2008 by all parties to the South Ossetia conflict, including Georgia, Russia and South Ossetian separatist rebel
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