Includes bibliographical references (pages 303-321) and index.
Historical and legal context of reparations for victims of crimes under international law (overview) -- Purpose of reparations in international criminal law -- Reparation principles and determination of the scope and extent of any damage, loss and injury to, or in respect of, victims (Art. 75 (1) ICC statute) -- The ICC reparation order (Art. 75 (2) ICC statute) -- ICC reparations proceedings -- Assistance to victims and their families by the trust fund (Art. 79 ICC statute, rule 98 (5)).
Dedicated to one of the great innovations in the proceedings before the International Criminal Court, this book offers a comprehensive analysis of the Courta (TM)s power to order a convicted person to make reparations to victims, possibilities for its implementation and its potential to bring justice to victims.
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