• BBC Radio — Myanmar's Crackdown on Rohingya Muslims Under Investigation

    BBC's Weekend World Service program interviewed GJC President Akila Radhakrishnan for a segment on the case against Myanmar at the International Court of Justice.

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  • How the International Criminal Court Has Failed LGBTQ Survivors

    In the backdrop of the Assembly of States Parties to the International Criminal Court, former GJC intern Claire McLeod argues that the court, and international law itself, has continued to fail LGBTQ people.

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  • The Gambia Files Lawsuit Against Myanmar at the International Court of Justice

    The Gambia’s lawsuit is a landmark moment for the global rule of law and for the victims of some of the most severe human rights abuses in recent memory.

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  • Women, Peace, Security Agenda Approaches 20th Year with Shaky Progress

    GJC's Grant Shubin spoke to Devex about the shortcomings of a recent UN resolution calling for implementation of the Women, Peace, and Security Agenda.

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