Panel on Crimes of Aggression, Crimes against Humanity and War Crimes in Ukraine - Shared screen with speaker view
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Thank you for joining: "Crimes of Aggression, Crimes against Humanity and War Crimes in Ukraine: Documentation, Investigation and Prosecution Options"
What practical, specific advice would the panelists like to give to journalists and videographers who are already out in the field in Ukraine filming scenes of destruction or interviewing eyewitnesses?
Kaitlyn Wilson, PHR
PHR's Syria map of attacks on health care: http://syriamap.phr.org/#/en
Please feel free to ask your questions here for our panelists.
Please refer to the user generated evidence work from Prof Hamilton: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3124409; https://www.justsecurity.org/62339/hidden-danger-user-generated-evidence-international-criminal-justice/
Model indictment for the crime of aggression: https://www.justsecurity.org/80669/model-indictment-of-the-crime-of-aggression-against-ukraine-vladimir-putin/
Prof. Orentlicher's article on jurisdictional issues: https://www.justsecurity.org/80818/how-states-can-prosecute-russias-aggression-with-or-without-universal-jurisdiction/
Regarding enforcement and taking the long view: Nearly 20 years after atrocities in Darfur began, we will - next week - see the first prosecution of those crimes begin at the ICC with the trial of Janjaweed leader Ali Kushayb.
Christian De Vos (he/him)