The Journal’s Prize

Journal of International Criminal Justice Prize 2016

The Board of Editors of the Journal of International Criminal Justice awarded the Journal of International Criminal Justice Prize for 2016 to Mr Tilman Rodenhäuser for his essay, ‘Squaring the Circle? Prosecuting Sexual Violence against Child Soldiers by their “Own Forces”’, published in 14 JICJ (2016) 171–193.

A day of celebration with Baltasar Garzón and Antonio Cassese

 On 10 March 2010, a celebration was held at Villa Moynier, at the Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights, to felicitate the winners of the Journal of International Criminal Justice Prize (JICJ) (2010) and the Antonio Cassese Prize for International Criminal Law Studies (2009-2010). The ceremony was attended by members of the […]

Unexplored Outcomes of the ICTY judgment in Tadić… and of life

The paper with which I was awarded the prestigious Journal of International Criminal Justice prize,  ‘Unexplored Outcomes of Tadić: Applicability of the Law of Occupation to War by Proxy’ ,  was based on my LL.M. thesis at the Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights. This paper aims at reviewing what will be […]

Prize-giving ceremony for the 2011 JICJ Prize

The Journal of International Criminal Justice Prize for 2011 was awarded to Valentina Spiga for her article on ‘Non-retroactivity of Criminal Law: A New Chapter in the Hissène Habré Saga‘. In this article, Valentina Spiga puts forward a lucid, meticulously researched reading of a single legal twist in the long attempt to hold the former […]