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20 July 2011 by Geraldine Coughlan

One might wonder why it has taken until 17 July 2011 to celebrate International Criminal Justice Day when international criminal courts have been established since 1993. Or whether there is any reason at all to celebrate International Criminal Justice Day, as the ICC has not yet convicted anyone. 

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23 May 2012 by -

One year after the Arab Spring, IJT looks at the state of justice in four key countries touched by the revolution. After Morocco and ahead of the presidential election in Egypt, we turned to Bahrain and conclude our series with Tunisia, where the movement started.

Interview with Habib Nassar, director of the Middle East and North Africa program at the International Centre for Transitional Justice

by Franck Petit, Paris

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23 March 2012 by -

What is unique about Morocco in the Arab world is its use and promotion of ‘transitional justice’ tools. They were introduced under the leadership of King Mohammed VI, in order to deal with the dark years of repression during the cold war. But there is vibrant debate in Morocco about the effectiveness and impact of these tools. Is this a sign of democratic change or just a window-dressing exercise? 

By *Pierre Hazan

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25 April 2012 by -

One year after the Arab Spring, IJT looks at the state of justice in four key countries touched by the revolution wind. After Morocco and Egypt, we now turn to Bahrain.

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25 April 2012

Summary and link to PDF of IJT 150.

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28 March 2012

Summary and link to PDF of IJT 148.

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11 April 2012

Summary and link to PDF of IJT 149.

Arab Spring