• Countries are Legally Bound to Punish Burma's Genocide

    Read GJC Deputy Legal Director Grant Shubin's letter in the Washington Post reminding readers that western nations like the US are also failing their obligations to prevent and punish genocide — not just Burma.

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  • "That's Illegal" Episode 11: Justice and the Genocide of the Rohingya

    Simon Adams, an expert on mass atrocity crimes and director of the Global Center for the Responsibility to Protect, joins That's Illegal to discuss worldwide efforts to get justice for the Rohingya. Akila Radhakrishnan, director of the Global Justice Center, also joins the program.

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  • Five Years After Genocide, Yazidis are Still Waiting for Justice

    August 3rd marks five years since Daesh's genocide of the Yazidi people. The international community has failed them.

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  • Ending Impunity for Gender-Based Violence in Genocide

    The ICC has a major opportunity to reform how the international justice system addresses sexual violence.

    Read GJC's Katherine Comly on why gender must be a central element in the ICC prosecutor's investigation into crimes against the Rohingya.

    Read the Op-Ed

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