4ème anglaise

For the first time in the history of international criminal justice, a jurisdiction has a real regime of reparations to victims of the worst international crimes : genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes. But how can we “repair” massive human rights violations ? How can we restitute, compensate and rehabilitate the survivors ? Is it even possible ? Repairing the irreparable is one of the most ambitious challenges of the International Criminal Court. In the wake of the ten-year anniversary of the Rome Statute and on the eve of its revision, the time has come to evaluate the justice and efficacy of such a regime. This book has two aims. First, as an overview, it aims to introduce and explain the ICC’s reparation regime in a manner that is both exhaustive and panoramic. Second, it aims to judge and analyze in a normative perspective the efficiency and justice of a system that, like any risky bet, naturally presents some difficulties. Satisfying at the same time the technical requirements of law as well as conceptual, political and philosophical requirements, this book, written in a clear and pedagogical style, intends to be read not only by students, scholars in law, international relations, criminology and in philosophy, but also professionals and the general public.

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