Join JRR on Monday, 4 December for a side event at the Sixteenth Session of the Assembly of States Parties: “The Professionalization of the Investigation of International Crimes: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow.”
In this op-ed for Just Security, Andras Vamos-Goldman argues that when evidence collection is increasingly preceding the establishment of specific rules of procedure and evidence, the use of professional expertise is even more critical.
This short documentary features two sexual violence investigators on the Justice Rapid Response-UN Women SGBV Justice Experts Roster who were deployed to the UN’s investigations in Syria and Iraq, and four survivor-witnesses they met during their work.
On 15 May, 2017, the UN Security Council held its annual Open Debate on Sexual Violence in Conflict. The theme of the debate was: “Sexual Violence in Conflict as a Tactic of War and Terrorism,” focusing particularly on the findings of the annual report of the Secretary-General on Conflict-Related Sexual Violence (S/2017/249). The JRR-UN WomenRead More
The Institute for International Criminal Investigations (IICI) and Justice Rapid Response (JRR) will hold an Advanced Course on Investigation of Crimes and Violations Involving Children (AICVIC) on 4-8 December 2017 in The Hague.
The course is a continuation of the JRR-IICI effort to increase Read More
We have the immense pleasure to inform you that Justice Rapid Response (JRR) and UN Women will be holding a course on Investigating Cases of Sexual and Gender-based Violence (SGBV) as International Crimes from the 17th to 27th April 2017 in Seoul, Republic of Korea, together with its partner the Read More