Children and the International Criminal Court : analysis of the Rome Statute through a children's rights perspective
Cambridge [etc.] : Intersentia, 2015
XVIII, 273 p. ; 24 cm
Bibliographie : p. 239-247. Index
This study offers an analysis and recommendations for the ICC to fulfil its mandate, particularly vis-à-vis child victims and witnesses of crimes within the ICC’s jurisdiction. It firstly analyses the Rome Statute and other applicable law of the ICC, which give the ICC not only a clear penal mandate, but also require that the ICC respects, as a minimum, the safety and well-being of victims and witnesses, particularly those who are most vulnerable, such as children.
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