Saturday, July 15, 2017

Tibori-Szabó & Hirst: Victim Participation in International Criminal Justice: Practitioners’ Guide

Kinga Tibori-Szabó (Kosovo Specialist Chambers) & Megan Hirst (Doughty Street Chambers) have published Victim Participation in International Criminal Justice: Practitioners’ Guide (Asser Press 2017). Contents include:
  • Kinga Tibori-Szabó & Megan Hirst, Introduction: Victim Participation in International Criminal Justice
  • Mélissa Fardel & Nuria Vehils Olarra, The Application Process: Procedure and Players
  • Heloise Dumont, Requirements for Victim Participation
  • Mariana Pena, The Role of Intermediaries and Third Parties in Victim Participation
  • Megan Hirst, Legal Representation of Participating Victims
  • Yaiza Alvarez Reyes, The Protection of Victims Participating in International Criminal Justice
  • Caroline Walter, Victims’ Rights and Obligations as Regards the Case File: Access, Disclosure and Filing Submissions
  • Peter Haynes, Victims’ Lawyers in the Courtroom: Opening and Closing Statements, Questioning Witnesses, Challenging and Presenting Evidence
  • Daniella Rudy & Megan Hirst, Victims Appearing in Person Before a Chamber
  • Ellie Smith, Victims in the Witness Stand: Socio-Cultural and Psychological Challenges in Eliciting Victim Testimony
  • Elizabeth A. Turchi, Victims’ Attendance in the Courtroom to Observe Proceedings
  • Kinga Tibori-Szabó, The Rights of Participating Victims to Appeal and Participate in the Appeal Against Interlocutory Decisions and Trial Judgments
  • Carla Ferstman, Reparations, Assistance and Support
  • Megan Hirst, Termination of Victim Participation
  • Kinga Tibori-Szabó, Barbara Bianchini, Anushka Sehmi, & Silke Studzinsky, Communication Between Victims’ Lawyers and Their Clients
  • Rianne Letschert, International Criminal Proceedings—An Adequate Tool for Victims’ Justice?