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Slides: Meeting The Needs Of Women Through Clean Cooking Solutions, Corinne Hart Sep 2012

Slides: Meeting The Needs Of Women Through Clean Cooking Solutions, Corinne Hart

2012 Energy Justice Conference and Technology Exposition (September 17-18)

Presenter: Corinne Hart, Program Manager, Gender and Markets, Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves

20 slides


How Puppet Masters Create Genocide: A Study In The State-Sponsored Killings In Rwanda And Cambodia, Joel H. Feigenbaum Jul 2012

How Puppet Masters Create Genocide: A Study In The State-Sponsored Killings In Rwanda And Cambodia, Joel H. Feigenbaum

University of Miami National Security & Armed Conflict Law Review

This paper calls on the United States to assess where its true interests lie in evaluating genocide and mass killings. Through an examination of the social and political factors which were paramount in bringing about the atrocities in Cambodia in the late 1970s and Rwanda in the mid-1990s, the U.S. is urged to take heed of the tried-and-true methods used by ruthless regimes throughout history in bringing about the destruction of their own citizenry. Consideration of the psychological imperatives necessary for ordinary men or women to depart from the standard boundaries of civilized society and butcher their neighbors and ...


Victim Participation At The International Criminal Court And The Extraordinary Chambers In The Courts Of Cambodia: A Feminist Project, Susana Sacouto Jan 2012

Victim Participation At The International Criminal Court And The Extraordinary Chambers In The Courts Of Cambodia: A Feminist Project, Susana Sacouto

Michigan Journal of Gender & Law

The question this Article poses is whether victim participation--one of the most recent developments in international criminal law--has increased the visibility of the actual lived experience of survivors of sexual and gender-based violence in the context of war, mass violence, or repression. Under the Rome Statute, victims of the world's most serious crimes were given unprecedented rights to participate in proceedings before the Court. Nearly a decade later, a similar scheme was established to allow victims to participate as civil parties in the proceedings before the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC or Extraordinary Chambers), a court ...


Prosecuting Mass Atrocities At The Extraordinary Chambers In The Courts Of Cambodia (Eccc), Andrew T. Cayley Jan 2012

Prosecuting Mass Atrocities At The Extraordinary Chambers In The Courts Of Cambodia (Eccc), Andrew T. Cayley

Washington University Global Studies Law Review

After a lapse of nearly a quarter century, the United Nations and the Cambodian government agreed in 2003 to establish a hybrid internationalised domestic tribunal in an effort to address the legacy of impunity left in the wake of the Khmer Rouge regime. Several features make the Khmer Rouge Tribunal a unique experiment in international justice. It is the first internationalised court to seat a majority of judges from the affected nation. It is the first hybrid court to be established using a primarily civil law framework. Consequently, it was also the first to accord a central role to victims ...