o Why are Sierra Leonean war criminals imprisoned in Rwanda?
o How to rehabilitate a convicted Rwandan genocidaire?
o What are Serbian war criminals doing in Northern Norway?
o Why are acquitted Rwandans not free?
o Where will the International Criminal Court incarcerate future convicts?
Up till now, the international criminal tribunals such as the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY), the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, the Special Court for Sierra Leone (SCSL) or the permanent International Criminal Court (ICC) have together convicted and sentenced over 150 perpetrators of international crimes. Dozens of individuals have been acquitted.
What happens to these individuals afterwards? The project When Justice Is Done, conducted at the Center for International Criminal Justice, aims to answer this so far neglected question by empirically analyzing the lives of convicted and acquitted persons who stood trial before international criminal courts and tribunals.
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