00 K5301 This book-length essay examines standards in international criminal sentencing, specifically by looking at the practices of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia and the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda.
What does ICT stand for?
ICT stands for International Criminal Tribunal (United Nations)
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- Internal Consultation Team (healthcare)
- International Campaign for Tibet (Washington, DC)
- International Catalyst Technology, Inc.
- International City Theatre (California)
- International Commission on Tracers
- International Communication Technology
- International Conference on Telecommunications
- International Conference on Thermoelectrics
- International Container Terminal Service (Philippines)
- International Cooperative Team
- International Critical Tables
- Internet and Communication Technology
- Internet Computer Technology
- Interoperability Compliance Statement
- Intramolecular Charge Transfer
- Introduction to Cisco Technology (course)
- Inverness Caledonian Thistle (UK football club)
- Ionic Contamination Tester
- Irving Community Theater (Irving, TX)
- Islamabad Capital Territory (Pakistan)
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The Hague-based court, founded in 2002, is the first permanent international criminal tribunal to prosecute perpetrators of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes.
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR, was established to try the key perpetrators of the genocide which claimed some 800,000 lives, mainly minority Tutsis, in a span of 100 days.
Arusha -- On December 13, the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda found Athanase Seromba, a former priest of Nyange parish, Kivumu commune, guilty of genocide and extermination as crimes against humanity.
Content is divided into three main sections with one chapter covering the development and understanding of human rights, five chapters covering international criminal law issues in the context of the UN's International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) proceedings, and two chapters focusing on substantive aspects of international law.
Secretary General Kofi Annan, petitioners urged the secretary general to ''open the way for the establishment of an International Criminal Tribunal for East Timor'' since they say an internal tribunal already in place is ineffective.
He worked diligently to undermine President Kostunica and to assist Carla del Ponte, chief prosecutor for the UN international criminal tribunal in The Hague (presently trying former Yugoslav ruler Slobodan Milosevic).
The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: Challenges, Triumphs, and Future Implications.