Ukraine: International Justice Response
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A resident looks at an apartment building damaged during heavy fighting near the Illich Iron and Steel Works Metallurgical Plant in Mariupol, Ukraine, April 16, 2022.
© 2022 AP Photo/Alexei Alexandrov
(The Hague) – Governments and international bodies that have made unprecedented efforts to promote justice for crimes committed since Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine demonstrate the ability to deliver on victims’ rights when political will is high. Human Rights Watch issued a question-and-answer document on the international justice response to the Russia-Ukraine war.
On March 17, 2023, International Criminal Court (ICC) judges issued arrest warrants for Russian President Vladimir Putin and the children’s rights commissioner in his office, Maria Lvova-Belova. The …read more
Source:: Human Rights Watch