10 juin 2016

REVUE : Journal of International Criminal Justice (vol. 14, n°2, May 2016)

Kadidiatou HAMA

The latest issue of the Journal of International Criminal Justice (vol. 14, n°2, May 2016) is out. Contents include a 
special issue about "Slavery and the Limits of International Criminal Justice".

James Cockayne, Nick Grono, & Kari Panaccione, Introduction 
Harmen van der Wilt, Slavery Prosecutions in International Criminal Jurisdictions 
Karen L. Corrie, Could the International Criminal Court Strategically Prosecute Modern Day Slavery? 
Cécile Aptel, Child Slaves and Child Brides 
Florian Jeßberger, Corporate Involvement in Slavery and Criminal Responsibility under International Law 
Beate Andrees, Defending Rights, Securing Justice: The International Labour Organization’s Work on Forced Labour 
Urmila Bhoola & Kari Panaccione, Slavery Crimes and the Mandate of the United Nations Special Rapporteur on Contemporary Forms of Slavery 
Helen Duffy, Litigating Modern Day Slavery in Regional Courts: A Nascent Contribution 
Nicole Siller, ‘Modern Slavery’: Does International Law Distinguish between Slavery, Enslavement and Trafficking? 
David Tolbert & Laura A. Smith, Complementarity and the Investigation and Prosecution of Slavery Crimes 
Amol Mehra & Katie Shay, Corporate Responsibility and Accountability for Modern Forms of Slavery 
James Cockayne, The Anti-slavery Potential of International Criminal Justice

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