Impact and Legacy of the Special Court for Sierra Leone

October 30th, 2012

The SCSL and NPWJ organise the pre-launch of the Report – Published on No Peace without Justice NPWJ, by Alison Smith and Nicola Giovannini, Oct. 29, 2012.

The Special Court for Sierra Leone and No Peace Without Justice are organising the pre-launch of the survey “Making Justice Count: Assessing the impact and legacy of the Special Court for Sierra Leone in Sierra Leone and Liberia”, on Monday 29 October 2012 at 11:30-12:30, in the premises of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon, The Hague … //

… The results of this survey will be presented during this pre-launch, which will include a video conference joining The Hague with the Special Court for Sierra Leone in Freetown. Participants will include SCSL staff and officials, notably the Registrar, Prosecutor and Principal Defender; Civil Society representatives from Sierra Leone; and NPWJ partners in Sierra Leone and Liberia.

No Peace Without Justice and Sierra Leone:

NPWJ has a long standing commitment to Sierra Leone, including a wide-ranging program in the country from 2000 to 2004 that was designed to contribute to the accountability process for violations of international criminal law. That program contributed to the establishment and functioning of the Special Court and to strengthening Sierra Leonean society’s ability to address violations of human rights and humanitarian law, with a particular focus on outreach and conflict mapping. In recent years, NPWJ has been working in Sierra Leone on ICC issues, including implementing legislation and holding seminars and round table discussions, and on FGM. NPWJ will continue with its involvement in Sierra Leone to facilitate the government and local stakeholders participating in and influencing the processes for maintaining the rule of law, peace and stability. For further information, contact Alison Smith, +32-2-548-3912, or Nicola Giovannini, +32-2-548-3915.
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ETUC: Council of Europe rightly condemns Greek labour law reforms, Oct. 26, 2012;

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A Social Compact for Europe.

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