Inside the International Criminal Court - for iPod/iPhone
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What is the role of the International Criminal Court (ICC)? How will the ICC develop in the 21st century? The ICC was created in 2002 as a permanent tribunal to prosecute individuals for crimes against humanity, war crimes, genocide and crimes of aggression. This collection of five videos looks at the history and structure of the International Criminal Court and asks what the future holds for international justice and cooperation between states to bring criminals to account.
This material forms part of the Open University course W821 Exploring the boundaries of international law
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