Human Rights and Humanitarian Law E-Books Online, Collection 2020, ISBN: 9789004419063.
The International Criminal Court: Contemporary Challenges and Reform Proposals is a collection of essays by prominent international criminal law commentators, responsive to questions of interest to the Office of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court. Topics include: - Sexual and Gender-Based Violence: Obtaining Evidence - Outreach: Challenges Communicating with Victims, Witnesses, and Others - ICC State Party Withdrawals - Measuring the ICC's Performance - The Crime of Aggression: Scope and Anticipated Difficulties - The Rome Statute at Twenty: Reform Proposals.
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Acknowledgements Foreword Fatou B. Bensouda Preface Richard H. Steinberg Notes on Contributors List of Abbreviations Part 1: Sexual and Gender-Based Violence: Cooperation in Obtaining Evidence Introduction to Part 1: The Challenge of Obtaining Evidence in SGBV Cases Richard H. Steinberg 1 New Institutions to Support First Responders Alex Whiting 2 Securing Cooperation by Redefining It Christian De Vos and Betsy Apple 3 Improving NGO and IGO Capacity to Gather Evidence Susana SaCouto 4 Securing Improved Cooperation Kim Thuy Seelinger Part 2: Outreach: Challenges Communicating with Victims, Witnesses, and Other Stakeholders Introduction to Part 2: The Outreach Challenge Richard H. Steinberg 5 States Must Support the ICC's Use of Technology for Outreach Alison Cole 6 Formal and Informal Human Rights Communication and Teaching Francisco O. Ramirez 7 Localizing Outreach Patrick Vinck and Phuong N. Pham 8 Practical Strategies Christopher and Olga Werby Part 3:The ICC Withdrawal Issue Introduction to Part 3: The Issue of State Party Withdrawal Richard H. Steinberg 9 Concerning the ICC Withdrawal Problem M. Cherif Bassiouni 10 African Withdrawals and Structural Inequities Kamari Maxine Clarke 11 A Court Worth Having: Defending the Integrity of the Rome Statute Richard Dicker 12 Three Realities about the Africa Situation at the ICC David Scheffer Part 4: Measuring Success: The Performance Issue Introduction to Part 4: The Performance Issue and Metrics of Success Richard H. Steinberg 13 Methodologies and Design of Performance Indicators Geoff Dancy 14 Empirical Analysis of the Tradeoff Between Conflict Termination and Atrocity Deterrence Daniel Krcmaric 15 Assessing Performance in Context Gabrielle Louise McIntyre 16 The Limited Utility of the ICC's Performance Indicators Yuval Shany 17 Performance Indicators: A Double-Edged Sword Carsten Stahn Part 5: The Crime of Aggression Issue Introduction to Part 5: The Crime of Aggression Issue Richard H. Steinberg 18 Understanding the Aggression Amendments Dapo Akande 19 Difficulties Not to be Underestimated Benoit D'Aboville 20 Three Difficult Problems Yoram Dinstein 21 The Crime of Aggression: Definition, Jurisdiction, and Scope of Application Donald M. Ferencz 22 Not Undermining the Use of Force Legal Framework Tom Ruys 23 The Crime of Aggression and the Responsibility to Protect Sarah Sewall Part 6: The Rome Statute 20th Anniversary Issue: Imagining The ICC's Future Introduction to Part 6: Reform Proposals Richard H. Steinberg 24 Reforms to Reduce Costs and Increase Efficiency William Schabas 25 Building Support Through Enhanced Cooperation, Outreach, and Knowledge-Sharing Adama Dieng 26 Returning to Customary Law Fausto Pocar 27 Reforms to Enhance State Cooperation and Address Witness Interference Goran Sluiter 28 Improving Investigative, Arrest, and Prosecution Strategies Richard Dicker 29 Meeting Challenges: Politics, Trial Processes, and Early Judicial Work Leila Sadat 30 Focusing on Core Messages and Human Rights Carla Ferstman 31 Peace Negotiations as "Interests of Justice" Dapo Akande and Talita de Souza Dias 32 Reflections on the ICC's Relationship with the United Nations and Regional Courts Bing Bing Jia 33 Improving Communication with Non-states Parties David Scheffer Index.
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Print version: The International Criminal Court: Contemporary Challenges and Reform Proposals, Leiden Boston : Brill | Nijhoff, 2020