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On July 8, 2019, a panel of three judges of the International Criminal Court (ICC) is due to deliver its verdict in the case against Bosco Ntaganda for alleged war crimes and crimes against humanity in Ituri, northeastern Democratic Republic of…
Bosco Ntaganda sits in the courtroom of the International Criminal Court
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A child born to a Jordanian mother and a non-Jordanian father is not a citizen in the eyes of the state. In violation of international human rights law, and Jordan’s constitution, Jordanian law discriminates against Jordanian women by not permitting…
A Jordanian woman married to a foreign national carrying her daughter, one of her four children without Jordanian citizenship, on February 9, 2018 in Amman, Jordan.
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The Convention on the Rights of the Child is an international treaty adopted by the United Nations on November 20, 1989, establishing global standards to ensure the protection, survival, and development of all children, without discrimination. Countries…
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The Case of the Prosecutor vs. Thomas Lubanga Dyilo

I.       The Lubanga case 1.      Who is Thomas Lubanga and what are the charges against him? 2.      What happened in Ituri? 3.      Isn’t Lubanga too small a fish for the ICC? 4.      Why was Lubanga only charged with recruiting and using…
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  1. What are the judges in the House of Lords being asked to decide?   A special nine-judge panel of the House of Lords Judicial Committee will convene on October 4 to consider the lawfulness of government powers that allow foreign…