Understanding and proving international sex crimes
Forfatter(e): Bergsmo, Morten, Alf Butenschøn Skre og Elisabeth J. Woo (red.)
Hvordan få stilt personer til ansvar for internasjonale sexforbrytelser? Denne antologien tar for seg problemet med å følge opp internasjonale standarder i praksis.
Though international sex crimes have been unequivocally condemned and normatively prohibited by the international community, their enforcement remains a serious challenge, and they are widely perceived as particularly difficult to investigate and prosecute.
This volume bridges the gap between norm crystallisation and prosecution. Its authors examine different legal and evidential standards, the challenges of evidence collection and analysis, and common assumptions influencing the prosecution of international sex crimes. It contains a detailed study of ICTY, ICTR and SCSL case law on international sex crimes.
Among the authors are Judge Fausto Pocar, Kai Ambos, Xabier Agirre Aranburu, David Cohen, Elizabeth L. Hillman, Sangkul Kim, Petra Kneuer, Magali Maystre, Inger Skjelsbæk, William H. Wiley and Elisabeth J. Wood.
This anthology will enhance the ability of domestic and international criminal justice actors to prosecute international sex crimes in a considered and realistic way.
Utgiver: Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher