A sampling of topics: The British Foreign Office versus the United Nations War Crimes Commission during the Second World War, US policy towards the International Criminal Court, genocide under international law, prosecuting aggression, lessons from Rwanda, and prevention of future atrocities.
What does UNWCC stand for?
UNWCC stands for United Nations War Crimes Commission
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- United Nations Voluntary Fund for Victims of Torture
- United States Mission to International Organizations in Vienna (Vienna, Austria)
- United Nations Volunteers Programme
- Unione Nazionale Veterani Sportivi (Italian: National Sport Veterans Union)
- Ultrasonically Nebulized Distilled Water (chest research)
- Union of Northern Workers (Canada)
- University of North Wales (UK)
- University of Northern Washington
- United Nations World Court
- United Nations World Conference Against Racism
- United Nations World Conference on Women
- Unconventional Nuclear Warfare Defense (integration of unattended sensors & cameras with communication link)
- University of National and World Economy (Bulgaria)
- University of World Economy (various locations)
- United Nations World Food Programme
- United Nations Women's Guild
- United Nations Working Group on Indigenous Peoples
- Ukrainian National Women League of America
- Utility Nuclear Waste Management Group
- Utah Nuclear Waste Repository Task Force
Samples in periodicals archive:
ARENA was founded in 1982 by the late Roberto D'Aubuisson, who was identified by a United Nations war crimes commission as responsible for thousands of death squad murders during the civil war and as the "intellectual author" of the assassination of Archbishop Oscar Romero in 1980.
37) The United Nations War Crimes Commission later observed that "[b]y inclusion of this specific charge the Prosecution attempted to introduce and to establish a new type of international crime.