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Strengthening National Justice for Core International Crimes

The Hague, 28 June 2016

On 28 June 2016, CILRAP’s department CMN hosted an international conference entitled ‘Strengthening National Justice for Core International Crimes: Laws, Procedures and Practices in an Age of Legal Pluralism’ in The Hague. Speakers from national and international prosecution offices, the United Nations, non-governmental organizations and academia joined more than 75 people in The Hague and 170 people online. Together, they discussed issues of ratification, implementation and co-operation with the International Criminal Court; case-mapping, -selection and -prioritisation; and investigation, fact-finding and documentation. The conference exposed concerns faced by justice actors in Colombia, the Democratic Republic of Congo, El Salvador, Georgia, Indonesia, Mexico and Sierra Leone, as well as before the International Criminal Court.

Please go to the CMN blog for a detailed report and resources related to this event.

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