© Photo by United Nations Photo via Flickr INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE SECTION INTERNATIONAL PEACE AND SECURITY SECTION INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE SECTION Belgium: Trial of Former Rwandan Officials Accused of War Crimes and Genocide Commences On 9 October 2023, the trial of two former Rwandan officials accused of “war crimes” and “crimes of genocide” commenced in Brussels. SéraphinContinue reading “Weekly News Recap (9-15 October 2023)”
© Photo by Julien Harneis via Flickr INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE SECTION INTERNATIONAL PEACE AND SECURITY SECTION INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE SECTION ECtHR: Court Ruled on Excessive Use of Force Involving Pepper Spray Against Prisoner On 3 October 2023, the Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR), in the case of El-Asmar v. Denmark, ruled that thereContinue reading “Weekly News Recap (2-8 October 2023)”
© Photo by UNICEF Canada via Flickr INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE SECTION INTERNATIONAL PEACE AND SECURITY SECTION INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE SECTION Montenegro: Police Arrested a Former Member of the Serbian Armed Forces Suspected of War Crimes Committed During Kosovo War On 25 September 2023, media outlets reported that Montenegrin Police arrested a Serbian citizen under suspicion that heContinue reading “Weekly News Recap (25 September-1 October 2023)”
Moti Kahana is an Israeli native, who moved to the United States in 1991 to pursue a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from the University of Arizona. Until 2009 he was a businessman in the automotive field when he decided to sell his own company and pursue humanitarian work on a global scale ranging from the United States, Syria and today, Ukraine.
Germany has proven itself to be one of the leading countries when it comes to upholding justice against the Assad regime for the Syrian conflict.
INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE SECTION ICC: Former CAR Militia Leader Mokom Appeared before Pre-Trial Chamber II ECtHR: Resolution on Consequences of Cessation of Membership of the Russian Federation to the Council of Europe Nigeria: Shell Company Acquitted Citing Insufficient Evidence in the Ogoni Nine Trial Montenegro: Russia’s Request to Extradite Far-Right Ukrainian Member Rejected France: Anti-Terror ProsecutorsContinue reading “Weekly News Recap (21-27 March 2022)”
INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE SECTION ECtHR held that Swiss authorities failed to assess risks for gay man’s return to the Gambia IACHR refers case on Ecuador to the IACtHR CJEU held that refusal to perform military service in Syria may give rise to entitlement to recognition as a refugee The Brereton report found Australian Special Forces involvedContinue reading “Weekly News Recap (16-22 Nov 2020)”
INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE SECTION KSC: The Initial Appearance of Jakup Krasniqi, Hashim Thaci, Kadri Veseli and Rexhep Selimi Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China called upon the ICC Prosecutor to accept a complaint alleging genocide against Uyghurs by China ECtHR: Navalnyy subjected to degrading treatment during 2012 opposition protests IRMCT: The Initial Appearance of Félicien Kabuga Australia toContinue reading “Weekly News Recap (9-15 Nov 2020)”
INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE SECTION African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights: Adoption of new Rules of the Court European Court of Human Rights: Adoption of an interim measure in the case of Armenia v. Azerbaijan Kosovo Specialist Chambers: First Appearances of Hysni Gucati and Nasim Haradinaj Three suspects arrested in Belgium for their involvement in theContinue reading “Weekly News Recap (28 Sept-4 Oct 2020)”
Statement by the African Union Commissioner for Political Affairs on the International Day of Democracy This year the African Union celebrated the International Day of Democracy under the theme “COVID-19: A Spotlight on Democracy”. African Union is committed to its Agenda 2063, in which it set to achieve peaceful and secure Africa with good governance,Continue reading “Weekly News Recap (14-20 Sept 2020)”