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ROLL (Rule of Law for Lawyers) Project on judicial independence in the EU

The ICJ-EI launches a project on Judicial Independence and the Rule of Law in the EU (the ROLL project). The Rule Of Law for Lawyers (ROLL) project aims to promote independent and effective judicial systems that protect human rights by strengthening the knowledge and ability of lawyers and civil society organizations (CSOs) in national and […]

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Myanmar: ICJ calls for the protection of human rights of Rohingya Muslims and other minorities and end to prosecution by the ruling junta

The ICJ today denounced before the UN Human Rights Council the systematic impunity enjoyed by the military junta and other members of the military for gross human rights violations against many of Myanmar’s ethnic and religious minorities. The oral statement of the ICJ at the interactive dialogue on the report of the High Commissioner for […]

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Tunisia: New practical guide on modes of individual criminal liability before the Specialized Criminal Chambers

Today, the ICJ released Practical Guide 4 on Modes of individual criminal liability under Tunisian and international law, the last guide in a four-part series aimed to assist practitioners to ensure that the Specialized Criminal Chambers (SCC) fulfil their role in delivering justice in Tunisia in a manner consistent with the country’s obligations under international […]

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Thailand: Human rights must be mainstreamed in the Deep South

“The realization of human rights is not only essential end in itself, but must play a central role in developing security and development policies in the southern border provinces of Thailand, and recognize as a tool in shaping effective peace process and the free and fair general election” participants concluded at a public dialogue hosted […]

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