A weblog for students engaged in doctoral studies in the field of human rights. It is intended to provide information about contemporary developments, references to new publications and material of a practical nature.
Wednesday, 21 May 2008
Prosecutorial Discretion, Judicial Activism at the International Criminal Court
Last week, I presented a paper to a symposium in Florence on prosecutorial discretion and judicial activism at the International Criminal Court. Among other issues, it deals with gravity as the primary criterion for the selection of cases by the Prosecutor: http://www.mediafire.com/?0ivcyjcmdgt