A month in Amsterdam as an academic

By Jenny Domino – I am very happy for being this year’s CICJ Global Diversity Fellow. This experience was special to me in many respects. The first is the most straightforward. I began my fellowship in the middle of revising an academic paper that I have been intending to submit for publication. The paper was…

Public lecture on the cosmological order of the LRA 15 May

CICJ and NSCR welcome dr. Kristof Titeca from the University of Antwerp for a public lecture entitled ‘The cosmological order of the Lord’s Resistance Army. Relevance for the Ongwen trial at the International Criminal Court’. The Dominic Ongwen case at the International Criminal Court is much discussed for the victim/ perpetrator discussion: abducted as a child,…

Report Expert Meeting ‘Punishing International Crimes in Domestic Courts’

On 12 June, CICJ and NSCR organised an Expert Meeting entitled ‘Punishing International Crimes in Domestic Courts: Sentencing, Incarceration and Reintegration’. Here you can find a report of this seminar. By Adina-Loredana Nistor. Previously published in the December 2017 issue of the Newsletter Criminology and International Crimes.   “Time is the longest distance between two places.”…

Two Global Diversity Fellows selected

The CICJ is happy to announce that Jenny Domino and Abraham Joseph have been selected as the two Global Diversity Fellows for the early summer of 2018. About fifteen applications from promising young scholars and professionals from all across the globe were received. Given the high number of suitable candidates, we are happy that we will be…