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The Contribution of the Special Court for Sierra Leone to the Development of International Humanitarian Law. - Ousman Njikam

VERÖFFENTLICHUNGSDATUM 02.04.2013
DATEIGRÖSSE 10,27
ISBN 3428139623
SPRACHE DEUTSCH
AUTORIN/AUTORIN Ousman Njikam
FORMAT: PDF EPUB MOBI
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Klappentext zu „The Contribution of the Special Court for Sierra Leone to the Development of International Humanitarian Law. “The Special Court marked a new approach by the international community to violations of international humanitarian law. Its mode of creation i.e. through an agreement between the UN and the Government of Sierra Leone - as compared to the UN ad hoc Tribunals that were established pursuant to Chapter VII of the UN Charter - was a particularity of the Court. It is the only international court that possesses concurrent, primary and complimentary jurisdiction. The objective of this thesis is to provide a comprehensive analysis of the contribution of the Special Court to the development of international humanitarian law. Similar to its predecessors (ad hoc Tribunals), the Special Court consolidated the principle under international law of individual criminal responsibility.Ousman Njikam evaluates the Special Court's mandate to "prosecute those who 'bear the greatest responsibility'" as being in itself a contribution to the development of international humanitarian law since the ICTY and ICTR at the time of their inception did not have this limitation rationae personae / prosecutorial discretion.The author assesses some of the interesting and challenging issues dealt with such as the recruitment of child soldiers, amnesty for international crimes, head of state immunity and the crime of forced marriage. He concludes that the Special Court contributed albeit to a limited extent to the development of international humanitarian law.

...f international humanitarian law ... The Residual Special Court for Sierra Leone Agreement (Ratification) Act, 2011 [No ... "The Contribution of the Special Court for Sierra Leone to the Law on C ... ... . 1 of 2012] Being an Act to ratify the agreement between the United Nations and the Government of Sierra Leone on the Establishment of Residual Court for Sierra Leone signed on the 11th August, 2010 and for other related matters. Julia Sebutinde is a Ugandan judge on the International Court of Justice. She also is the current chancellor of Muteesa I Royal University a university owned by Buganda kingdom. She has been ... The Contribution of the Special Court for Sierra Leone to the ... ... . She also is the current chancellor of Muteesa I Royal University a university owned by Buganda kingdom. She has been a judge on the court since March 2012. She is the first African woman to sit on the ICJ. The Contribution of the Special Court for Sierra Leone to the Development of International Humanitarian Law Njikam, Ousman. - Berlin : Duncker & Humblot, 2013 - Berlin : Duncker & Humblot, 2013 Treffer 1 von 1 the International Criminal Court. Already at the initial stage of the project, it was decided to expand the focus to include prior international criminal tribunals, the ICTY, the ICTR and the Special Court for Sierra Leone, to provide General to negotiate the establishment of an independent Special Court to try persons responsible for war crimes, crimes against humanity, and violations of international humanitarian law, as well as crimes under relevant Sierra Leonean law committed on the territory of Sierra Leone (Resolution 1315)....