Article 68 (3) of the Rome Statute recognizes victims’ participatory rights in the ICC proceedings. It allows victims to participate in the ICC proceedings at appropriate stages as long as its not prejudicial to the rights of the accused person and fair trial.
This minor dissertation examines victim participation at the International Criminal Court in practice, focusing on the Kenya 2 proceedings. Victim participation has always been a significant part of the mandate of the International Criminal Court, however, the actual practice of victim participation is not well expounded upon in the Rome Statute or through the legal texts of the Court. It has.
The application is then usually scrutinized by the Victim Participation and Reparations Section, and the relevant Chamber will be in charge of determining whether the definition of “victim” is met by the applicant. We find here again the notion of suffered harm associated with the word victim.
A commercial edition of this dissertation will be published by Intersentia under ISBN 978-1-78068-020-0 The titles published in this series are listed at the end of this volume. Typesetting: G.J. Wiarda Institute for Legal Research, Utrecht. Procedural Justice? Victim Participation in International Criminal Proceedings Procedurele rechtvaardigheid? Slachtofferparticipatie in internationale.
Dissertation directed by: Professor Sally S. Simpson Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice The discipline of criminology and criminal justice tends to focus on the offender. However, the victim’s cooperation with authorities, which often begins with a.Learn More
Julie is studying the role of victim participation and reparations in international criminal law to align the goals of peace and justice. Julie achieved an LLM in Public International Law at City University London in 2014 with a dissertation on Positivism, Naturalism and the International Criminal Court. Prior to that, she completed an LLB in English Law from Lancaster University in 2003, with.Learn More
Victim participation in the Abd-Al-Rahman case. Mr Abd-Al-Rahman was transferred to the ICC's custody on 9 June 2020, after surrendering himself voluntarily in the Central African Republic. The initial appearance of Mr Abd-Al-Rahman before the ICC took place on 15 June 2020. The opening of the confirmation of charges hearing against Mr. Abd-Al-Rahman is scheduled provisionally for 7 December.Learn More
This dissertation introduces and explains the “Victim Satisfaction Model of the Criminal Justice System.” This model proposes that one of the primary purposes of the criminal justice system is to attempt to achieve victim satisfaction during the course of the prosecution. The utility of the “Victim Satisfaction Model” is then compared to Packer’s traditional Crime Control and Due.Learn More
The final part of my dissertation explored how the criminal justice system understands and treats victims of IPV who commit criminal offences. A recurring theme of my work was that there is a lack of formal support and effective state action for women who experience IPV, and this worsens their experience of victimisation, creates barriers for accessing help, and further drives them to offend.Learn More
Victim Participation Rights is distinctive in that it assesses the implementation of formal processes and procedures concerning victim participation at three different procedural stages: first, investigation and pre-trial; second, trial and sentencing; and third, post-trial with a focus on appeal and parole. In addition, Braun provides an in-depth case study on the general position of victims.Learn More
Victim Support's new research explores similarities and differences in the impact of crime and expressed needs of victims across the main crime types. The report includes a review of existing research, and presents findings from new quantitative and qualitative research with over 400 VS service users (April 2017). VS Report: Meeting the needs of survivors and families bereaved through.Learn More
Objective: This article reports the results of a meta-analytic study of the relationship between participation in victim-offender mediation (VOM) and the prevalence of subsequent delinquent behavior. Method: Analyses were conducted with the results of 15 studies, conducted at 19 different sites, with a sample of 9,307 juveniles. Results: The results suggested that methodological factors.Learn More
Victim participation offers several potential benefits to legal proceedings, not to mention the victims themselves. Participation can promote individual healing and rehabilitation by providing victims with a sense of agency, empowerment, and closure. In other words, by allowing a victim to participate in the proceedings, abstract justice can take on a more personal dimension, permitting.Learn More
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As a child, I had recognised that the verbal and psychological abuse was increasingly more detrimental on the victim’s mental wellbeing than the physical violence; the physical violence is a tactic used by abusers to install fear in the victim. In the early stages of my dissertation, I was gathering literature to aid my understanding on domestic abuse. I came across two essential books, one.Learn More
You’ll also be able to choose from a broader range exploring topics from racism and ethnicity studies to victims and restorative justice. The dissertation you complete in your final year allows you to examine a topic of your choice in depth. Around this module, you’ll choose from social policy modules on topics such as education or childhood studies, as well as selecting from a more.Learn More