Art in the Practice of Reparations at the International Criminal Court and the Inter-American Court of Human Rights
Professor Marina Aksenova will take part in the Workshop ‘Rethinking Reparations in International Law’ at Lauterpracht Centre in Cambridge where she will speak about “Art in the Practice of Reparations at the International Criminal Court and the Inter-American Court of Human Rights”.
The practice of the ICC is currently changing to accommodate alternative ways of delivering the message of international criminal law to the affected communities. The ICC’s recent reparations orders are early examples of this broader vision of justice.
Historically, the UN executive organs, such as the Security Council and the Secretary-General, were the primary promoters of reconciliation through international criminal law. International courts and tribunals largely supported this goal, but with some serious reservations. The recent practice of the ICC clearly demonstrates the link between reparations and the goal of reconciliation. In Lubanga – the case dealing with the recruitment of child soldiers – the judges expressly upheld the value of symbolic reparations.
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