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Protecting humanity : essays in international law and policy in honour of Navanethem Pillay / edited by Chile Eboe-Osuji.

Eboe-Osuji, Chile. 
ISBN 978-90-04-18378-0 (hbk alk paper)
Leiden ; Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2010.
Engelska xxiii, 882 p.
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  • Navi Pillay in her age (Chile Eboe-Osuji) -- Navi Pillay : overcoming the odds (Vinodh Jaichand) -- On the bench with Navi (Erik Mose ) -- Navanethem Pillay : a short Biography (Sugan Naidoo) -- Navi Pillay : up close and personal (Jessica Neuwirth) -- Can the international community meet the challenges ahead of us? (Marti Ahtisaari) -- Hate speech and the Rwanda genocide : ICTR jurisprudence and its implications (Dennis C M Byron) -- The future of global governance and the role of multilateral organizations (Jan Egeland) -- Sixty years of the declaration of human rights : theory and reality in the pursuit of the United Nations agenda (Ibrahim Gambari) -- Do the principles and practice of red cross neutrality meet the necessities of today's humanitarian action? (Sven Mollekleiv) -- Les droits de l'homme dans le processus de la Conference internationale sur la region des Grands Lacs (Mutoy Mubiala) -- Lessons learned in prosecuting gender crimes under International law : experiences from the ICTY (Serge Brammertz and Michelle Jarvis) -- Guerres, femmes et droit : les crimes de guerre, crimes d'agression, crimes de genocide et crimes contre l'humanite (Fatoumata Diarra) -- Rape and superior responsibility : international criminal law in need of adjustment (Chile Eboe-Osuji) --The genocide convention's protected groups : a place for gender? (Katy Grady) -- Prosecuting sexual violence at the ICTR (Alice Leroy-Hajee) --The Nairobi declaration : a gendered paradigm for post-conflict reparations (Amy Senier).
  • Prosecuting gender based and sexual crimes against women : the role of the international courts and criminal tribunals (Ines Weinberg de Roca) -- Why a child is not a soldier (Simon O'Connor) -- Continuing or recommencing proceedings before the ICTR in the absence of a judge : overviews of comparison with ICTY, SCSL and ICC (Koffi Kumelio A Afande) -- A critique of the East African court of justice as a human rights court (Solomy Balungi Bossa) -- The challenge of 'firsts' in international criminal justice : first courts, first judges, and issues of first iImpression (Linda E. Carter) -- The development of international criminal law (Roger S. Clark) -- The 'other' Milosevic case : the prosecutor versus Serbia and Montenegro in re production of documents in prosecutor v. Slobodan Milosevic (Grant Dawson) -- Anatomie des juridictions internationales (Adama Dieng) -- The trusted cause : a reflective legal comment on the development of international legal procedural law in international criminal tribunals (Frederik Harhoff) -- Confronting myths about the international criminal court and its work in Africa (Max du Plessis) -- The international criminal court on trial (Charles Chenor Jalloh) -- The right to a fair trial in international criminal law (Segun Jegede) -- The challenges of relocating persons acquitted by the ICTR (Mame Mandiaye Niang and Chiara Biagioni) -- Development and interpretation of principles of reparation : The case law of the IACHR and its possible contributions to the jurisprudence of the ICC (Elizabeth Odion Benito) -- Reflections on the independence and impartiality of international judges (Fausto Pocar).
  • Judicial independence and the rule of law (Patrick Robinson) -- International justice after closure of the ad hoc tribunals (Stephen J. Rapp) -- Trial in absentia at the international criminal tribunal for Rwanda (Peter Robinson) -- L'outrage au tribunal devant les deux tribunaux ad hoc, le tribunal penal international pour le Rwanda et le tribunal penal international pour l'ex-Yougoslavie (Aurelie Vernichon) -- Gravity and the international criminal court (William A. Schabas) -- Human rights in proceedings before the international criminal tribunals (Wolfgang Schomburg and Matthias Schuster) -- The immunity of heads of state and government in international criminal law (Antoine Kesia-Mbe Mindua) -- Which immunity for human rights atrocities? (Jo Stigen) -- Collateral damage : a dangerous omission in the law of armed conflicts (Alex Obote-Odora) -- An examination of superior responsibility in the statute of the special tribunal for Lebanon (Alison McFarlane) -- Command responsibility and the principle of iIndividual criminal responsibility : a critical analysis of international jurisprudence (Nicholas Tsagourias) -- Nigeria's jurisdiction to prosecute Johnny Paul Koroma for war crimes committed in Sierra Leone (Chile Eboe-Osuji and Angela Nworgu).


Human rights.  (LCSH)
International criminal courts.  (LCSH)
Genocide  -- Rwanda -- History. (LCSH)
droit humanitaire  -- application -- génocide -- Cour internationale de justice -- Rwanda -- études diverses. (rero)
Rwanda  -- History -- Civil War, 1994. (LCSH)


Pillay, Navanethem.


International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda.


K3240 (LCC)
341.4/8 (DDC)
Oc.01 (kssb/8 (machine generated))
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