Seven years of war have transformed Syrian monitoring groups into sophisticated investigation centers. But with few options to hold perpetrators of humanitarian law violations accountable, the number of Syrians supplying evidence of human rights violations is dwindling, along with their hope for justice. (More…)
Author: Cristina RocaCristina Roca is a freelance journalist based in Barcelona. Her work has appeared in Maclean’s, the National Post and other publications. She is a fellow at the Munk School of Global Affairs. Follow her on Twitter @crisisfwp.
Lawyers Maite Parejo and Almudena Bernabeu discuss how they built the first criminal case against Syrian officials to be accepted in a foreign court, and the impact it will have on bringing perpetrators of abuse in Syria to justice. (More…)