Bringing Justice to Victims? Report on ICTY’s Work in Progress

The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, located in the Hague (Credit: Goldorak / Wikimedia Commons)

The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia believes it will complete its work in 2017, though challenges remain.

Zuzana Pavelková is a former intern of the Post-conflict Research Center in Sarajevo. She holds a BA in International Relations from Dresden University of Technology. She plans to pursue her studies with a Master in International Law.

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