Victims' Rights and Advocacy at the International Criminal Court
OUP Australia & New Zealand
T. Markus Funk
Publication Date :
8 Jun 2015
Since World War II, there have been some 250 conflicts throughout the world, leaving between 70-170 million atrocity crime victims. Unlike diseases or natural disasters, the injuries and tragedies of war are largely self-inflicted. Created in response to such outrages, the International Criminal Court (ICC) stands as the first and only permanent juridical body prosecuting genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity.