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Informational documentation

Here you will find a list of informational documents in the field of criminal law.

General principles of international criminal law

The General principles of international criminal law is an informational document developed by the Advisory Service on International Humanitarian Law of the International Committee of the Red Cross. It outlines the basic principles of the said law, describing its base and form of responsibility.

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Understanding the International Criminal Court

Understanding the International Criminal Court is a document by the International Criminal Court, outlining the history of the institution, its core principles, jurisdiction, operation principles and protection programmes.

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International Humanitarian Law and International Criminal Justice: An Introductory Handbook

International Humanitarian Law and International Criminal Justice: An Introductory Handbook is an informational material by The Commonwealth (a voluntary association of 53 independent and equal sovereign states). It is dedicated to two of the most important areas of international law directed at ameliorating the horrors of war and securing human dignity: international humanitarian law and international criminal law.

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The Enforcement of International Criminal Law

The Enforcement of International Criminal Law is a collection of essays by Aegis Trust in association with the EU. It covers the last 15 years of international criminal court practice, and focuses on the implementation of the law, including case studies from specific jurisdictions in its analysis.

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The Fundamental Concept of Crime in International Criminal Law A Comparative Law Analysis

The Fundamental Concept of Crime in International Criminal Law A Comparative Law Analysis is a comparative study of the theory of international criminal law, overviewing different legal systems, as well as looking at the history of the studied concepts.

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Demand Fair Lobbying!

Demand Fair Lobbying! is a handbook on citizen initiatives published by Delna - the Latvian Chapter of the global anticorruption NGO Transparency International. It concentrates on the issues of promoting lobbying transparency, lobbying integrity and equality of access.

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