On the basis of the analysis of three cases of gynocide (the systematic elimination of women), which are the subject of several judgments issued by some special International Tribunals and the International Criminal Court, the Author identifies some virtuous practices (aimed at protecting the victims) from which also National Courts could be inspired in order to implement the instruments provided by National and European Law.

From the genocide to the gynocide: starting points for a reflection about the Victims' safeguard before the International Courts.

TRAPELLA F.
2017

Abstract

On the basis of the analysis of three cases of gynocide (the systematic elimination of women), which are the subject of several judgments issued by some special International Tribunals and the International Criminal Court, the Author identifies some virtuous practices (aimed at protecting the victims) from which also National Courts could be inspired in order to implement the instruments provided by National and European Law.
Gynocide; Genocide; Victims; Witnesses' reliability; VWS; International Criminal Justice
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