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Victim Participation in International Criminal Justice - Practitioners’ Guide
Series: International Criminal Justice Series

July 2017 Editor: Dr Kinga Tibori-Szabó , Kosovo Specialist Chambers, The Hague, The Netherlands
Editor: Megan Hirst , Doughty Street Chambers, London, United Kingdom

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  • Published: July 2017
  • Pages: xviii + 479 pp.
  • Publisher: T.M.C. ASSER PRESS
  • Distributor: Springer

With a foreword by the Honourable Judge Ivana Hrdlicková, President of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon

This book is a guide to the law and practice of victims’ roles before the International Criminal Court, the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia and the Special Tribunal for Lebanon. The various chapters focus on the provisions relevant to victim participation at these courts and the case law interpreting and applying those provisions. The book thus informs the reader on the principal ways in which the relevant practice is developing, the distinct avenues taken in the application of similar provisions as well as the ensuing advantages and challenges.

Unlike other volumes focusing on relevant academic literature, this volume is written mainly by practitioners and is addressed to those lawyers, legal advisers and victimologists who work or wish to work in the field of victim participation in international criminal justice.

Kinga Tibori-Szabó is legal officer for the Kosovo Specialist Chambers in the Hague and has previously worked for the Legal Representative of Victims at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon.
Megan Hirst is a barrister at Doughty Street Chambers in London and has worked on victims' participation issues in the Registries of the International Criminal Court and the Special Tribunal for Lebanon, as well as in an LRV team in Prosecutor v. Dominic Ongwen.

Specific to this book:

  • Comprehensively reviews the law and practice of victim participation at the International Criminal Court, the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia and the Special Tribunal for Lebanon
  • Equips (aspiring) practitioners as well as researchers with a practice-oriented understanding of victim participation in international criminal justice
  • Informs the readers of the principal ways in which relevant case law is developing

This is Volume 11 in the International Criminal Justice Series