ACADEMIC WEBSITE ON THE ICTR : Digital platform providing the outcomes of the 2009 Geneva Conference on the ICTR

  • Project

    Academic website on the ICTR

    • From a conference to a website
    • Assessment and legacy of the ICTR
    • International criminal justice: issues and debates
  • News


    Digital platform providing the outcomes of the 2009 Geneva Conference on the ICTR

  • Verbatim

    Full transcripts online

    3 days of debate and opinion, 6 thematic sessions, 70 participants, 150 oral presentations

    • Access to full transcripts by sessions (text and sound)
    • Access to full transcripts by search engine (participant, keyword)
    • Multilingualism: original and translated version

  • Films

    Three documentary films of 30mn each

    Based on the conference but edited in a thematic and contradictory perspective, these documentary films present in a lively way three major issues debated during the conference.

    • The prosecution policies
    • Judicial issues raised by the ICTR
    • Fifteen years later, what assessment?

  • ICTR in figures

    Graphics and figures on 16 years of judicial practice

    • 28% of the accused stemming from the territorial administration, 21% from the armed forces, 20% from the politics
    • Average duration of preventive detention: 4 years (single-accused cases)/7 years (multi-accused cases)
    • Over 2000 witnesses heard at the ICTR
    • 34% of the accused convicted to life sentence; 60% convicted for genocide; 6% for conspiracy

  • Publication



    Crossed perspectives on the ICTR experience

    Articles from practitioners of Arusha:

    • Judges and State representatives
    • Lawyers and Office of the Prosecutor
    • Interpreters and Court reporters
    • Journalists and Academics

      They deliver, on the eve of the closing of the institution, their analyses on the ICTR possible legacy to international criminal justice.