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Corruption that Kills: Why Mexico Needs an International Mechanism to Combat Impunity

This report argues Mexico needs an international response to investigate and prosecute atrocity crimes.

May 2018
First page of PDF with filename: corruption-that-kills-en-20180502.pdf
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Options for Justice: A Handbook for Designing Accountability Mechanisms for Grave Crimes

Options for Justice assesses the record of different approaches to delivering accountability in the aftermath of conflict—and draws lessons for the design of future mechanisms.

May 2018
First page of PDF with filename: options-for-justice-20180918.pdf
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Undeniable Atrocities: Confronting Crimes against Humanity in Mexico

This report argues there is a “reasonable basis” to believe that crimes against humanity have been committed against civilians in Mexico over the past decade.

June 2016
First page of PDF with filename: undenialble-atrocities-2nd-edition-20160808.pdf
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Performance and Perception: The Impact of the Extraordinary Chambers in the Court of Cambodia

The Khmer Rouge tribunal in Cambodia is conducting the most ambitious prosecution for mass atrocity crimes since 1949. This report examines its achievements and its shortcomings.

February 2016
First page of PDF with filename: performance-perception-eccc-20160211.pdf
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Recent Developments at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia: October 2015

Cambodia's UN-backed tribunal is continuing the second trial of two surviving Khmer Rouge officials, but uncertainties remain over the course of two additional cases.

October 2015
First page of PDF with filename: recent-developments-eccc-20151014.pdf
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Recent Developments at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia: March 2015

This review covers developments in the second trial of two surviving Khmer Rouge senior leaders, Nuon Chea and Khieu Samphan, as well as moves by the Cambodian government to obstruct two new prosecutions.

March 2015
First page of PDF with filename: eccc-march-2015-20150323.pdf
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Recent Developments at the Extraordinary Chambers of the Courts of Cambodia: March 2013

It remains doubtful that Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge tribunal will successfully complete its current caseload and make a positive contribution to ending impunity and increasing respect for the rule of law.

March 22, 2013
First page of PDF with filename: eccc-report-20130322_0.pdf
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Legacy: Completing the Work of the The Special Court for Sierra Leone

As the Special Court for Sierra Leone moves towards completing its mandate, this report highlights issues that require urgent attention to safeguard its achievements so far.

November 1, 2011
First page of PDF with filename: legacy-scsl-20111101.pdf
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