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A Rohingya boy watches soldiers patrol his camp in Sittwe, May 13, 2013.
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Human Rights Watch in Myanmar: The Rohingya’s Decade of Detention

The Myanmar authorities have detained over 135,000 Rohingya and Kaman Muslims arbitrarily and indefinitely in Rakhine State for a decade, Human Rights Watch said in a web feature released on 15 of ...

Last update 28 Jun 2022
Gambian defendant Bai Lowe at the Celle Higher Regional Court in Celle, Germany, on Monday, April 25, 2022.
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The First German Trial for Crimes Against Humanity Committed in Gambia

On Wednesday, 25 April 2022, began the main hearing of the first German trial for crimes against humanity allegedly committed in Gambia. The trial is expected to shed light on the political ...

Last update 28 Apr 2022
Ali Muhammad Ali Abd-Al-Rahman (Ali Kosheib)
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The first ICC trial on Darfur crimes

On 5 April 2022, the trial of Ali Muhammad Ali Abd-Al-Rahman (also known as Ali Kosheib) started before the International Criminal Court. It bears a significant value as it is the first ...

Last update 20 Apr 2022
Criminal Tribunals in The Hague
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Bachelet and Nderitu welcome decision to uphold Ratko Mladić convictions and sentence

UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet and Special Adviser of the Secretary-General on Prevention of Genocide Alice Wairimu Nderitu on Tuesday welcomed the decision to uphold the ...

Last update 16 Jun 2021
SET community conversation, May 21. Palestine and Israel, the current affairs under a Human Rights perspective
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Palestine and Israel, the current affairs under a Human Rights perspective -- SET Community Conversation, 21 May

The Student Engagement Team (SET) is organising a community conversation on Zoom, May 21st, at 16:45, on the topic of Palestine and Israel, the current affairs under a Human Rights ...

Last update 20 May 2021
Child in war ruins

The Syrian Conflict and the Role of the International Criminal Court

Catia Florian, holds a master's degree in Human Rights and Multi-level Governance. This In Focus article is excerpt from her master thesis discussed, in November 2018, under the supervision of ...

Last update 23 Sep 2019
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ICC: Prosecutor requests authorization to commence an investigation in Aghanistan and obtains authotization to proceed in Burundi

On 3rd November 2017, the International Criminal Court (ICC) Prosecutor, Fatou Bensouda, asked the ICC to authorize an investigation into potential war crimes in the Islamic Republic of ...

Last update 13 Nov 2017
Human Rights Centre Library
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Human Rights Centre: 9th and 10th May - seminars with Dr. Corinne Lennox and Dr. Damien Short (University of London)

On the 9th and 10th May, 2017, the University of Padova Human Rights Centre will play host to two seminars from the Human Rights Consortium of the University of London. The first is ...

Last update 28 Apr 2017
House of Representatives
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Italy: the Parliament approves a law criminalising negationism

On 8 June 2016, the Italian Parliament approved the draft legislation n. 2874-B that modifies the 1975 legislation on the ratification of the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms ...

Last update 15 Jun 2016
Srebrenica, 20 years after the genocide and justice denied, Human Rights Centre, 29 April 2015
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Srebrenica 20 years after the genocide and the denial of justice

Human Rights Centre of the University of Padua, Wednesday 29 April 2015, at 16.30 Programme  Paolo De Stefani, Professor of international protection of human rights, degree course in ...

Last update 8 Apr 2016

Il genocidio dei Kurdi è un affare interno?

Jasim Tawfik Mustafa (1990)

Articolo / Saggio

Last update 9 Nov 2010

Nozioni e contesti del crimine internazionale di genocidio

Paolo De Stefani (2008)

Articolo / Saggio

Last update 26 Jul 2011