Prosecuting Rape in International Criminal Tribunals: The Need to Balance Victim’s Rights with the Due Process Rights of the Accused

Citation:

Beltz, Amanda. 2008. “Prosecuting Rape in International Criminal Tribunals: The Need to Balance Victim’s Rights with the Due Process Rights of the Accused.” Journal of Civil Rights and Economic Development 23 (1): 167–209.

Author: Amanda Beltz

Topics: Gender, Gender-Based Violence, Justice, International Tribunals & Special Courts, Sexual Violence, Rape

Year: 2008

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