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New WCRO Publication on ICC Investigations

The War Crimes Research Office’s newest report on early issues faced by the International Criminal Court (ICC) has been released “Investigative Management, Strategies, and Techniques of the International Criminal Court’s Office of the Prosecutor” highlights the challenges faced by the Office of the Prosecutor in its approach to investigating international crimes and makes recommendations for […]

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The Bagosora Judgment: A Prosecutor’s Perspective on the Case Against the Military Masterminds of the Rwandan Genocide

As part of the War Crimes Speaker Series, Barbara Mulvaney, Former Senior Trial Attorney at the United Nations Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, spoke on Tuesday, November 13, about the challenges of leading a trial team to prosecute top military leaders for the genocide in Rwanda. This candid presentation examined issues including how Mulvaney gained witnesses’ […]

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Sexual and Gender-Based Violence Post Arab Spring: Syria’s Challenges to Protection and Accountability

On January 31, 2013, the War Crimes Research Office (WCRO) co-sponsored a panel discussion at the Washington College of Law with the American Red Cross as well as the American Society for International Law’s Women in International Law Interest Group entitled “Sexual and Gender-Based Violence Post Arab Spring: Syria’s Challenges to Protection and Accountability.” Moderated […]

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