Other resources

Useful links and other sources: 

Independent International Commission of Inquiry on Ukraine, 'Conference room paper of the Independent International Commission of Inquiry on Ukraine' (2023) [English]

- Report analyzing violations of international human rights law and international humanitarian law, as well as international crimes committed in Ukraine since the creation of the commission in March 2022. 

Ukrainian Legal Advisory Group (ULAG), 'Principle of Complementarity: International Justice in Ukraine' (2019) [English]

- Report outlining the principle of complementarity and current approaches to pre-trial investigations by Ukrainian authorities into international crimes committed in Ukraine.

Coalition for the International Criminal Court, 'Civil society calls on Ukraine to join the ICC now' (15 October 2019) [English]

- Article by the Coalition for the International Criminal Court (CICC) on civil society developments regarding Ukraine’s ratification of the Rome Statute.

International Criminal Court Office of the Prosecutor, 'Report on Preliminary Examination Activities 2020' (14 December 2020) - Ukraine (pp. 68-72) [English

- Report by the International Criminal Court (ICC) Office of the Prosecutor (OTP) including the procedural history, preliminary jurisdictional issues, contextual background, subject-matter jurisdiction, admissibility, OTP activities and next steps concerning the concluded preliminary examination of the situation in Ukraine opened on 25 April 2014.

International Criminal Court, ‘Statement of ICC Prosecutor, Karim A. A. Khan QC, on the Situation in Ukraine: “I have decided to proceed with opening an investigation"' (28 February 2022) [English

- Statement of the International Criminal Court (ICC) Prosecutor declaring the opening of an investigation into the Situation in Ukraine.

Institute for International Criminal Investigations, ‘IICI Guidelines on Remote Interviewing’ (August 2021) [English]

- Set of guidelines for remote interviewing in investigations into international crimes or grave human rights violations taking place in resource-constrained, conflict-affected, or similarly challenging contexts.

Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) and the Human Rights Center at the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law, ‘Berkeley Protocol on Digital Open Source Investigations’ (2022) [English]

- Protocol providing professional standards to be applied in the identification, collection, preservation, analysis and presentation of digital open source information and its use in international criminal and human rights investigations.