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Research guides and informational websites
On this webpage, the visitor of ICD can find other websites and databases on international crimes that might be of interest to him/her. Some of these sources have also been used, where necessary, to complement the research of the members of the ICD team in the creation of this database. Examples are the sources under the headings 'Additional materials' and 'Social media links' that can be found on the webpages that summarize and analyze the different decisions. On these webpages, the ICD team has also added names and party information to enable comparative research and use by the various visitors of ICD.
**Information provided in order to clarify and introduce some resources**
American Society of International Law (ASIL) Research Guides:
ASIL’s Electronic Information System for International Criminal Law
ASIL’s Electronic Information System for International Human Rights Law
ASIL’s Electronic Information System for International Humanitarian Law
A database with case law on torture and related crimes.
MICT/ICTR/ICTY Case Law Database
UNMICT search tool on the ICTR and ICTY Appeals Chambers' case law.
Central Intelligence Agency: The World Factbook
Coalition for the International Criminal Court (CICC)
Papers, publications and other documentation related to the work of the (C)ICC.
Crimes of War
A part of the Danish Prosecution Service, SICO is responsible for investigating and, if possible, prosecuting serious crimes committed abroad by persons now residing in Denmark.
Duke University School of Law International Criminal Law Research Guide
Dutch National Prosecutor's Office on International Crimes
The Dutch Police's International Crimes Team, in partnership with the National Public Prosecutors' Office, carries out criminal investigations into international crimes committed by or against Dutch nationals or persons in the Netherlands.
Fredrick K. Cox International Law Center War Crimes Research Portal
Gender Jurisprudence and International Criminal Law Project American University Washington College of Law
Aims to raise awareness of and encourage research and debate about the jurisprudence emerging from sexual and gender-based violence committed during times of conflict, mass violence, or repression and to facilitate the investigation and prosecution of these crimes under international law.
Geneva Academy: Rule of Law in Armed Conflicts
International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)
ICRC Database on Customary International Humanitarian Law
ICRC Database on National Implementation of IHL
International Institute of Humanitarian Law in Sanremo Research and Publications
Contains a collection of warfare manuals and other documents on international humanitarian law.
Klamberg's ICL Database and Commentary
Legal Tools Database
LRXX International Criminal Law Research Guide
New York University International Criminal Law Research Guide
This database provides easy access to jurisprudence emanating from the United Nations Treaty Bodies which receive and consider complaints from individuals.
Oxford Reports on International Law
Preparatory documents on the Geneva Conventions
Public International Law and Policy Group: War Crimes Prosecution Watch
University of Maryland’s Global Terrorism Database
University of Minnesota Human Rights Library
A comprehensive database on Dutch case law, including case law on international crimes
The criminology of international crimes and other gross human rights violations.
The World Law Guide
TRIAL: Trial Watch
Trial Watch is an online database which offers the public easy access to numerous procedures concerning international crimes before national or international tribunals.
United States Naval War College Stockton LOAC/IHL Research e-Portal
Universal Jurisdiction Project American University Washington College of Law
Washburn University School of Law Washlaw Database
War Crimes Verdict Map, BIRN
This includes all final, publicly available war crimes verdicts handed down by national courts in Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, Kosovo and Serbia.
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International law blogs
Armed Groups and International Law
Beyond the Hague
International Law Observer
Justice in Conflict
PhD Studies in Human Rights
Spreading the Jam
University of Amsterdam’s SHARES Project (Shared Responsibility in International Law) Blog
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New York Times
NRC (in Dutch)
Redress - Universal Jurisdiction News
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Coursera Introduction to International Criminal Law
ICRC Exploring Humanitarian Law Teaching Module
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Supplementary information and websites
Council on Foreign Relations Report: Justice Beyond the Hague
The Hague: International City of Peace and Justice