- Special Issue: Slavery and the Limits of International Criminal Justice
- James Cockayne, Nick Grono, & Kari Panaccione, Introduction
- Harmen van der Wilt, Slavery Prosecutions in International Criminal Jurisdictions
- Karen L. Corrie, Could the International Criminal Court Strategically Prosecute Modern Day Slavery?
- Cécile Aptel, Child Slaves and Child Brides
- Florian Jeßberger, Corporate Involvement in Slavery and Criminal Responsibility under International Law
- Beate Andrees, Defending Rights, Securing Justice: The International Labour Organization’s Work on Forced Labour
- Urmila Bhoola & Kari Panaccione, Slavery Crimes and the Mandate of the United Nations Special Rapporteur on Contemporary Forms of Slavery
- Helen Duffy, Litigating Modern Day Slavery in Regional Courts: A Nascent Contribution
- Nicole Siller, ‘Modern Slavery’: Does International Law Distinguish between Slavery, Enslavement and Trafficking?
- David Tolbert & Laura A. Smith, Complementarity and the Investigation and Prosecution of Slavery Crimes
- Amol Mehra & Katie Shay, Corporate Responsibility and Accountability for Modern Forms of Slavery
- James Cockayne, The Anti-slavery Potential of International Criminal Justice
Thursday, May 19, 2016
New Issue: Journal of International Criminal Justice
The latest issue of the Journal of International Criminal Justice (Vol. 14, no. 2, May 2016) is out. Contents include: