Victim Advocates International

Rohingya groups submit amicus curiae brief in Argentinian “universal jurisdiction” appeal
Three Ways to Improve Victim Participation in the Rohingya Context
Beyond Rhetoric: ICC should ensure meaningful victim engagement and participation in the Abd-Al-Rahman, Dafur case
On Facebook’s Commitment to Human Rights, and the Right to a Remedy for the Rohingya
Connecting Victim Groups Across the World to Form a Movement
March 12, 2021

Connecting Victim Groups Across the World to Form a Movement

– Clare Brown, Deputy Director

Reckless Crime Against Humanity: Justice for the Victims of the Beirut Blasts
Rohingya Victims ask the ICC to Consider Moving the Proceedings Closer to the Affected Community
Kenya and Ethiopia’s Culpability for Abuses at their Lebanese Consulates Under International Law
Australia, the Rome Statute and the War Crimes Proceedings: Where are the Victims?
Rohingya victim groups ask Facebook to provide them support, following its role in the violence against them
VAI Condemns Trump Administration’s Measures against the International Criminal Court
Characterisation of Sexual Violence as a Women’s Issue in the Rohingya Crisis: A Response to David Eichert
Capturing a Crisis: What lessons can we learn from the “overdocumentation” of the Rohingya crisis?
Refugee camp joint statement on COVID19
May 29, 2020

Refugee camp joint statement on COVID19

– Clare Brown, Deputy Director