You are invited to attend this live discussion on how human rights defenders can pursue accountability and redress for victims of international crimes and serious human rights violations perpetrated in Yemen through the principle of universal jurisdiction.
Justice Rapid Response recently organized a tailored training for justice experts in Colombia with the aim of bolstering accountability for international crimes by improving the documentation of SGBV and crimes affecting children.
The sentencing of German woman “Omaima A.” in July 2021 by a Hamburg Court marks the latest judicial milestone in the Yazidis’ quest for justice following atrocities carried out by ISIL.
Recent protests and violent crackdowns in Colombia reveal why it is so important to defend the implementation of the 2016 Peace Agreement and to put into practice one of its most innovative elements: the inclusion of a restorative justice approach.
Amid the pandemic, we deployed a record number of 74 experts in 2020 to support justice processes across the world.
Tackling impunity for violations of children’s rights is a crucial element of peace and justice processes that has often been overlooked, agreed webinar panellists.
You are invited to attend a live discussion on 16 March delving into the importance of addressing impunity for crimes affecting children as an investment in peacebuilding.
As the curtain rises on 2021, we find ourselves in a world that has profoundly changed in less than one year. This has subsequently drawn more interest to international accountability and justice processes.
How can the international community obtain accountability for crimes of gender persecution in conflicts? This was among the questions raised by panellists at the webinar on 8 December organized by Justice Rapid Response.
Justice Rapid Response spoke with artist Jaye Ho and transitional justice expert Hernando Caceres to find out where the fields of art and justice intersect.