Journalists Janet Anderson and Stephanie van den Berg delve into the world of international justice. We get experts on to talk about their field and ask them what everybody else forgets to ask.
ICC 20th Anniversary with the Coalition for the International Criminal Court
Why do states sign up to the ICC and why not? 20 years down the line, Coalition for the International Criminal Court members talk us through Ukraine Philippines and more.
Episode 60 – Libya and the real EU refugee crisis with Sally Hayden and Marwa Mohamed
Journalist Sally Hayden and Libya human rights defender Marwa Mohamed talk refugee detention centres and crimes against humanity in Libya.
Episode 59 – When Your Beat Becomes a War Zone with Oksana Kovalenko
Ukrainian journalist Oksana Kovalenko explains how her work has changed during war, against the reality of air raids and petrol shortages.
Episode 58 – War reporting with Danny Kemp
Journalist Danny Kemp recalls finding the dead bodies in Bucha, and discusses the role journalists are playing in reporting war crimes in Ukraine.
Episode 57- International Justice Start-Up Junkie with Klaus Rackwitz
Klaus Rackwitz, a self-confessed start-up junkie, looks back at the beginning of the ICC and the Nuremberg legacy in relation to Ukraine.
Justice Update – Prison Life in North Korea
Torture and other crimes amounting to crimes against humanity are being committed in the North Korean penal system, says the NGO Korea Future which documents the alleged abuses
Very much liked Episode High Noon at ICC. Very interesting! Applause.