Published September 26, 1996
by Springer .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||644|
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Reparations are measures intended as far as possible to acknowledge and remedy victims’ harm by a responsible actor. The ICC and other international criminal law bodies (in Cambodia and in Senegal) have allowed victims to claim reparations against a convicted person, but few victims have so far benefited from such measures, since a conviction is needed before they can claim :// 61 L. Gardocki, ‘Double Criminality in Extradition Law’, 27 Israel Law Review () , at –; van den Wyngaert, supra n at 43–44, 49–50; M. Plachta, ‘The Role of Double Criminality in International Cooperation Matters’, in N. Jareborg (ed.), Double Criminality: Studies in International Criminal Law (Iustus Förlag See Convention on the Non-Applicability of Statutory Limitations to War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity, opened for signature Nov. 26, , U.N.T.S. 73 (entered into force Nov. 11, ); International Criminal Law (Christine Van den Wyngaert ed., ). 2 days ago The conference was hosted by the University of Antwerp, and keynote speakers included Bart Weetjens, Director of the Belgian social enterprise APOPO and Christine Van den Wyngaert, a criminal law expert and judge at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. The EAIE anniversary was celebrated in style with ://