Launch of FIDH report “Whose Court is it? Judicial handbook on victims rights at the ICC”
4 June, 2021 @ 2:00 pm
From early outreach to reparations, judges have the highest authority within the Court. They have the duty and privilege to ensure that justice is carried out, not just for the victims, but also with the victims.
Join FIDH for a conversation on how judges can help advance victim participation at the ICC. We will discuss how victims’ rights have been interpreted by Chambers, and which concrete recommendations can be implemented moving forward. We will also hear from practicioners with first-hand experience working with survivors and victims.
Chair: Guissou Jahangiri – FIDH Vice President and Executive Director of Armanshahr/OPEN ASIA
Delphine Carlens – Head of International Justice, FIDH
Joseph Akwenyu Manoba – Legal Representative of Victims in the Ongwen case
Nino Tsagareishvili – Co-director/Project Coordinator, Human Rights Center (HRC), Tbilisi
Marc Dubuisson – Director of Division of Judicial Services in the ICC Registry